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 your 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 7.00 pm
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)

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Big Squid Scuba Diving Centre London

We are back at the pool tonight! 🦑

Big Squids dive centre provides scuba-diving training in Clapham PADI and SSI courses available #BigSquid #clapham #ukdiving #claphamcommon #SSI #paditv
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We are back at the pool tonight! 🦑Big Squids dive centre provides scuba-diving training in Clapham PADI and SSI courses available #BigSquid #Clapham #ukdiving #claphamcommon #ssi #PADITVImage attachment

Our squids team has made a short video bringing together some highlights from the recent Big Squid trip to Wadi Lahmi Diving Village in Egypt. Please enjoy!

✂ Di Xu
📷 Lee Street
📷 Shai Koren

#redsea #redseadiving #furyshoal #coralreefs #wadilahami #scubadiving #tropicaldiving
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What about the search for the computer?

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Happy New Year from Big Squid

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Happy New Year

Have a wonderful day! And a great 2022 to you all x

Happy New year to you John and all you guys at Big Squid. May it be positive and very blue.!!

Happy New Year squids!! Xx

And to you all xx

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🎄Don't look for presents under 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘴 tree.🎁

A common sight in NOAA's Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, these “trees” are actually worms! The colorful “pine needles” of these animals are actually their gills which is why they are so quick to rush back into their holes when approached. We like to think that the fishmas tree worm (𝘚𝘱𝘪𝘳𝘰𝘣𝘳𝘢𝘯𝘤𝘩𝘶𝘴 𝘨𝘪𝘨𝘢𝘯𝘵𝘦𝘶𝘴) is just as excited about today as we are!

Learn more about the colorful animals of your marine sanctuaries here: sanctuaries.noaa.gov

Image: A pair of Christmas tree worms presenting their colorful gills surrounded by star coral. (Steve Miller)
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Merry Christmas to you all I hope you had a great day xxx

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