Beachcomber/Beach Snapper and snorkelling at ScubaFest

Written by Sophie
Aug052014
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Book now! BSAC will be launching its brand new BSAC Beach Snapper short course at the Anglesey ScubaFest, alongside its free BSAC Beachcomber sessions over the weekend (16/17 August).

 

Beach Snapper aims to introduce the basics of compact camera photography soBeach Snapper at ScubaFest youngsters can try their hand at taking great pictures of the beach life they find.

 

It is the perfect companion for BSAC Beachcomber, which introduces children and young people to the wonders of our rock pools and coastal marine life.

 

Beachcomber, followed by Beach Snapper will run between 10.30am and 12.30pm on the Saturday (16th) and between 11.30am and 1.30pm on the Sunday (17th). All sessions are free.

 

You can book your BSAC Beachcomber or Beach Snapper session at the BSAC information tent on the day (subject to availability) or alternatively you can pre-book your slot by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

On the Sunday, we will also have BSAC snorkelling down on Porth Dafarch beach from 11am with the Marine Awareness North Wales Wildlife Trust – please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to book your place or find out more at the BSAC info tent.

 

More information about ScubaFest Anglesey and the diving and accommodation options.

 

rhyl1

Last Updated on Aug052014

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