Welcome to our world!
to open water experience
from pool training
Learn to dive with us...
Superb 3.6m deep pool for training
Enjoy beautiful dive sites...
See amazing Scottish marine life
Learn to Scuba Dive in Scotland with C-Divers
From swimming pool to open water, you learn to dive at your own pace.
Central Scotland Dive Club
(or C-Divers for short) is one of the country’s most active and friendly diving clubs, and we welcome divers over eighteen years of age from complete beginner to advanced levels.
We are based in East Kilbride, but attract members from all over Central Scotland and we dive most weekends – all year round. Did you know that Scotland has one of the best diving environments in the world – and we like to make the most of it!
Joining our club is a great way to learn to dive safely and with friends
Our diving is all about enjoyment and safety too, and C-Divers is an independent member of the UK Sub-Aqua Association, which provides certified diving courses and insurance.
Learn with us in Scotland then dive anywhere in the world
We welcome all divers
Whether you have dive qualifications from any other agency, including: BSAC*, ScotSAC*, PADI*, NAUI*, SSI* and CMAS*, you are invited to join C-Divers. We are fortunate to have a good pool for our training, and because of our facilities and experience, members come from far and wide. You’ll find yourself amongst like-minded friends.
Join C-Divers today!
All our diver training courses are fully-recognised SAA* and CMAS* international courses. We have several Open Water Instructors so you won’t be short of help and advice.
C-Divers courses are tailored to YOUR needs, with safety and experience paramount.
SAA: Sub-Aqua Association
CMAS: Confederation Mondiale des Activites Subaquatiques
PADI: Professional Association of Diving Instructors
BSAC: British Sub-Aqua Club
ScotSAC: Scottish Sub-Aqua Club
NAUI: National Association of Underwater Instructors
SSI: Scuba Schools International
Plumose Anemones: Metridium dianthus
Loch Broom, Scotland
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