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OUR COMPANY

About ClubSub
Who are we?

Clubsub is the longest running dive centre in Stoke-On-Trent, we have over years experience and provide excellent training and club orientated trips.

We are a PADI 5 star IDC centre and we cover all aspects from training to sales, cylinder fills and diving trips. We have an amazing team of dive professionals that help the centre run smoothly. As a centre we have over 100 years combined dive training experience, and our serviving technicans have been servicing in the industry for over 15 years. 

We offer many different training services ranging from recreational training to professional progression. Whether you're a complete beginner looking to try scuba diving for the first time or a heavily seasoned expert we have something to offer. We also offer another range of services too, such as:

  • Diving cylinder fills and air rifle cylinder fills
  • Scuba gear servicing and maintinance
  • Expert equipment sales
  • Equipment rental
  • Well organised diving trips and excursions

 

Clubsub and our owner:

Clubsub was taken over by David Normington in 2006 and has moved to Stoke-On-Trent from its original home of Northumbria. Since then we have grown and developed a brilliant rapport with the people of the surrounding area and have earned trust from hunderds of loyal customers. We are currently the longest running dive centre in Stoke-On-Trent and are proud dealers of first oceanic, aqualung and now mares to name just a few. 

Our trips:

We run a huge variety of trips across a large spread of national and international locations throughout the year, a quick example of some popular ones are:

  • The farne islands trip, this is annually every october
  • Red sea diving liverboards, these are usually run most summers and late octobers
  • Plymouth and falmouth diving trips that often occur every summer.

 

Our Policy:

We complete all our training to a professional standard following PADI standards and correct training methods. All our gear is well looked after and regularly serviced to HSE guildlines in order to make diving safer and more fun for everyone.