Welcome to the Nautical Archaeology Sub-Aqua Club (NASAC)

NASAC is a volunteer run archaeological dive club affiliated to the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) and is run by NAS members for NAS members. Our purpose is to provide project-based archaeological diving opportunities for NAS members.

The club operates as a branch of the Sub–Aqua Association (SAA Branch 1127) and welcomes divers from all the training agencies. We do not teach diving but we do aim to develop our members’ diving and archaeological skills through involvement in specific projects.

Several club members are licencees of Protected Wreck sites, affording us unique project opportunities. Guest divers with archaeological interests are welcome to join in club activities.

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Club Meetings

The first Thursday of the month

7:00 pm, Fort Cumberland (map)

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Honest Sara, we didn’t notice the sign when when we took the photo.

NASAC Lochaline trip 2013

Well we didn’t get the heatwave until quite late in the week - it started quite cool and grey with lots of rain and mist and fog but the diving was cracking - largely excellent viz, a mix of classic wrecks and squidgey  / scenic stuff  to keep everyone happy, a very fast drift through the Falls of Lora , and more food than anyone could eat. And did I mention the scallops and dolphins?

Photos and videos are on their way.

NASAC , the Nautical Archaeology Society’s Dive Club

run by NAS members for NAS members