Holborn Scuba dive

DISCOVER SCUBA DIVING IN THE HEART OF LONDON

Holborn Sub-Aqua Club has been going diving and teaching scuba courses over 50 years. Based at the Oasis Sport Centre in central London, Holborn welcomes divers of every qualification, from every agency. Whether you want to try scuba, take a beginner’s course, develop your skills or go diving, Holborn has something for you – find out more

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Try scuba diving
Learn to scuba dive
Dive training develop new skills
Come scuba diving - Dive calendar

UPCOMING TRIPS + EVENTS
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News and Reports

We like to believe that Holborn is central London’s most active scuba diving club. With trips arranged for almost every weekend during the UK season, as well as several visits to foreign shores, our club members do hundreds of scuba dives each year.

But don’t take our word for it, check out our news and reports section for yourself?

Dive news and reports

Discovering Holborn

At Holborn, we aim to offer something for everyone. Our dive calendar includes a variety of diving, from wreck and reef dives to specialist training courses and dive-related events all year round. A friendly and sociable club that welcomes divers from any agency, with any qualification.

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Holborn Scuba London is at Reserva Islas Hormigas.
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Holborn Scuba London added 7 new photos — at Naranjito Buceo.
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After saying goodbye to the dive centre staff, who were amazing, we spent the last day enjoying Alicante’s sights (and tastes). ... See MoreSee Less

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Holborn Scuba London is at Reserva Islas Hormigas.
Holborn Scuba London
The Islas Hormigas marine reserve is absolutely brimming with fish. Currents bring nutrients and food to the area, and riding those currents one can often see large numbers of barracuda. This is one of the batteries of barracuda we saw this last week. (Yep, the collective noun for barracuda is “battery”!) ... See MoreSee Less

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