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The Rebreather Reunion is a two-day social gathering for like-minded divers from all backgrounds and levels of diving experience taking place on 27-28 April.

Join the team at NDAC (National Diving and Activity Centre) for a weekend of diving and socialising as well as live talks and presentations from guest speakers including Phil Short, Mark Powell and Dave Gration.

On the Saturday evening there will be a selection of delicious meals, and live music from the Cherry Rebels, in the Water View Marquee.

Tickets are £65 per person and include access to the National Diving and Activity Centre for diving, presentations and events throughout the weekend.

 

Special early bird offer

Everyone who purchases their ticket before 1 April 2019 will receive a free limited-edition Rebreather Reunion T-shirt.

To purchase your tickets, pop into the NDAC shop or phone the administration office during normal opening times (01291 630046).

 

Wigwam accommodation

Wigwam accommodation is available at the National Diving and Activity Centre. There are three grades of Wigwam to suit all budgets:

  • VIP Wooden Cabin and Hot Tub (over 18s only)
    • Deluxe Wooden Cabin (over 18s only)
    • Standard Wooden Cabin

Wigwams are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

http://www.ndac.co.uk/wigwam-wooden-cabins/index.htm

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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