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Kickstart the season with the GO Diving Show 2021


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The GO Diving Show will be back early next year, returning to the Ricoh Arena over the usual dates of 19-21 February, providing the perfect launch pad for the 2021 season.

COVID-19 meant that the 2020 diving season was a non-starter, with local lockdowns and restrictions on travel curtailing many activities, but now, as the UK diving fraternity is able to get back in the water, and travel corridors are opening up to several diving hotspots further afield, it is time to think to the future and what 2021 holds in store.

The tried-and-tested format will remain in place, with a trade-only day on Friday 19 February, followed by the weekend of 20-21 February open to all, with inspirational talks from guest speakers, major manufacturers displaying their latest products, training agencies offering hints and advice, and travel agents, resorts, liveaboards and tourist boards showcasing destinations near and far.

The popular Ricoh Arena will again be the venue for the third year, and as before, we will be providing complimentary parking, making this an enjoyable – and affordable – day out.

We are still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, although there is light at the end of the tunnel, and like everyone, we will be keeping a close eye on how the worldwide recovery is progressing as we near the end of the year.

We will be strictly following government guidelines that are in place, such as social distancing, hand sanitiser stations and so on.

Keep an eye on the website for future updates! Tickets will now be weekend passes, with keen pricing for a post-COVID-19 world:

1 person – £15 for two days (So £7.50 per day)

2 people – £20 for two days (so £5 per day per person)

10+ – £5 for two days (so £2.50 per day per person)

And remember – we provide complimentary parking! So you have more money to spend on courses, dive kit or holidays!


Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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