A chance to dive two of the UK’s protected wrecks in one day. A morning dive on the Holland 5 submarine (32m) followed by the wreck trail around the cannon on the 17th century Normans' Bay site (12m).

Divers will receive a thorough dive briefing and archaeological site briefing before each dive so that they will know what to look out for and will have an understanding of the underwater site and it's place in history. 

More on Holland 5 submarine - http://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/content/holland-no5-submarine

More on the Normans' Bay Wreck - http://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/content/normans-bay-protected-wreck-site
£80.00 NAS Members
£120.00 Non-Members


Divers who are interested in 'Diving for a Purpose'.
Please note that minimum dive qualifications apply. Divers need to be at least BSAC Sport Diver or PADI Rescue Diver with recently logged dives in the 30 meter range. Divers will also need to use a twin set or pony bottle set up, re-breathers are also welcome.

Five credits will be awarded to NAS members to go towards their NAS Certificate or Award.
The timetable for the day will be released closer to the day and will be based on tides. Please be prepared for an early morning start at Eastbourne.

The NAS reserves the right to cancel courses or events 4 weeks in advance of a course if insufficient bookings have been received. Please do not book non-refundable travel and accommodation until you have been notified by email that the course is definitely going ahead.

Participants are permitted to cancel and receive a refund (minus the transaction fees incurred by the payment provider) up to four weeks in advance of a course  or event date. They are also able to defer their booking to any other NAS course or event instead of receiving a refund. If participants wish to cancel within the four weeks prior to  the course or event, they will forfeit their booking fee unless there are unless circumstances  which the NAS, in its absolute discretion, considers sufficiently mitigating as to warrant a partial or full refund.  

Applications for a refund within the four weeks prior to  the course or event must be submitted in writing (electronic submission is acceptable) and such evidence as the NAS may reasonably require must be provided to support the application.