The project is led by Aberdeen University, with the Welsh Federation of Sea Anglers a voluntary partner along with the Angling Trust, the British Sub-Aqua Club and the Marine Conservation Society.
What does BSAC stand for?
BSAC stands for British Sub-Aqua Club
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He was a member of the British Sub-Aqua Club of Indiana and for a time, taught scuba.
He's helping 10 trainees earn their British Sub-Aqua Club Ocean Diver qualification, and giving them an escape from the pressure of life in the war zone.
Mr King spent five years as a commercial diver, working as an HSE III qualified British Sub-Aqua Club national instructor before becoming an optometrist.
Keith Reay, 57, had been a member of Fell Divers, a branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC), since its founding in 1992.
Chris, a member of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC), has written a book about the tragedy, which happened in October, 1859.
Instructors train members in British Sub-Aqua Club qualifications.
Now members of the Southsea branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC), which discovered the wreck of the landing craft, are hoping to organise a memorial service at sea to remember Albert and those who lost their lives alongside him.