The present Lowestoft Sub Aqua Club is a recognised branch (No. 0671) of the British Sub Aqua Club which is the governing body for the sport of scuba diving in the United Kingdom. In 1977 the club was re-established under the original branch number and in 2014 we received a certificate of recognition from BSAC commemorating our 40th anniversary since the club was originally formed.
The club is run by committee, which is democratically elected at the Annual General Meeting. Normally held during July. Dry meetings are held at regular intervals throughout the year for all members to attend and the committee also meets once a month. The club has a common renewal date starting on the 1st of June, but membership is accepted all year round on a pro-rata basis.
The club has dived at various locations around the British Isles and many of its members have dived notable locations around the world. During the summer months, we regularly dive off our own coastline (which is some of the harshest yet most rewarding diving for developing individual skills and stamina). Annually we arrange a club holiday to a mutually agreeable location. Weekend diving trips are also a feature of club activities.