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Dive Club

Dive Club

Big Squid Dive Club

The Big Squid dive club is relaxed and friendly. There are no membership fees and there are plenty of social activities and gatherings, not all dive related.

You are welcome to join us regardless of training level or agency.

On the first Tuesday of every month we meet up for our Dive Club Social Night at the Railway Tavern in Clapham at 7.00pm
Just call us on 020 7627 0700 and someone will meet you when you arrive for the first time and introduce you to everyone.

Squid Splash (Club Pool Nights)

Dive with us

Social events

Next Dive Club Social Night

    • At the Railway pub in Clapham North, 6th February 2017 7pm

 

Congratulations Ben on completing your peak performance buoyancy course in a chilly 4-5 degrees c today.
Thanks to Faye and Mark for running the course and Steve and Tony for joining us
#scuba #sidemount #britishdiving
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Congratulations Ben on completing your peak performance buoyancy course in a chilly 4-5 degrees c today.
Thanks to Faye and Mark for running the course and Steve and Tony for joining us
#scuba #sidemount #britishdiving

 

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Great day, thanks everyone, Faye x

4 days ago

Big Squid Scuba Diving Centre London

For any Divers who are anticoagulated:💯📣WE ARE CONDUCTING A SURVEY AND WE NEED YOUR HELP!
ARE YOU A DIVER?
ARE YOU TAKING NEWER ANTICOAGULANT MEDICATIONS?


Currently we have little data on the safety, or not, of diving whilst taking the newer anticoagulant medications (not aspirin, warfarin or clopidogrel.) Diving doctors have been cautious in advising divers on these medications, mainly around the potential increased risks of bleeding, which may aggravate barotrauma or decompression illness. As these medications are increasingly being prescribed we would like to survey divers who have dived whilst taking these medications.

Therefore, if you have dived whilst taking any of these medications (Apixaban, Edoxaban, Fondaparinux, Rivaroxaban or Dabigatran) we would be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the linked survey. Although your answers will be treated confidentially we have asked for contact details if more information would be useful – you do not need to give your contact details if you prefer not to be contacted at a later date. Best guess answers for the number of dives done is acceptable.

This will hopefully give us an insight into the safety of diving whilst taking these medications.

Thank you for your assistance.
The LDC & MDC Teams

Please click the link below to start the survey:

survey.zohopublic.eu/zs/CpCCPn
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For any Divers who are anticoagulated: