Holborough Lakes, Snodland, Kent ME6 5GN

Be Aware

Help protect sharks with Project AWARE

Show support for threatened shark species by encouraging friends, family and colleagues to sign the shark petition.

Thanks for helping AWARE collect signatures to secure a sustainable future for sharks!

If you would like to find out more about Project Aware why not sign up for for one of our Project Aware courses.

Project AWARE Specialty

The underwater world needs heroes. You can be one of them by championing the causes of the world’s most fragile and important aquatic ecosystems.

The Fun Part,  You can make a difference.

Learn about some of the most pressing problems facing these vulnerable environments and everyday actions you can take to help conserve them. It’s informative, interesting and most importantly, you learn how to make a difference.

Napolean fish off the shore of a dive resort in Bonaire

What You Learn

Project AWARE Foundation is the scuba diving industry’s leading nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to conserving the aquatic environment through education, advocacy and action. Besides completing the Project AWARE Specialty course, you can become a partner in the efforts to preserve the underwater environment.

You learn about:

  • The ocean commons and coastal zone issues
  • Fisheries challenges and sustainability
  • Coral environment overview and inhabitants
  • The role of the scuba diver in protecting aquatic environments

Give us a call on 0750 762 4911 to book

Make every dive a Dive for Debris

On our last liveaboard trip to Egypt we conducted a clean up dive around The Barge dive site.  We were pleased to see there wasnt as much rubbish as we have seen on previous trips but our divers still managed to collect several bags of items that dont belong in the oceans!  We even found a bag full of used light bulbs.  It isnt acceptable to dispose of items in the oceans but as divers we can all do our bit and collect anything that shouldnt be there when we dive.

Just some of the rubbish we collected…

Rubbish Clean up March 13 3Clean up March 13

On the same trip we found a large fishing net across a stretch of coral. Luckily our quick thinking divers were able to gently remove it without further damage.  What a shame the fishermen could be so careless, thankfully no creatures had become entangled and we were able to completely remove the whole net.

Net Removal Net Removed

20th & 21st SEPTEMBER 2014

Join us for this years clean up event at Holborough Lakes.  A chance for divers and non-divers to unite and muck in!  A fun and popular weekend recovering the unwanted debris from the lake and surrounding area.  Help us raise money for Project Aware, there will be a raffle and suprise spot prizes throughout the weekend.  Who will find the most unusual item and who will collect the most rubbish?  To take part in this years event call the dive centre on 0750 762 4911

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