Go Freediving Summer Party 2017

12 August at Vobster Quay

Go Freediving Summer Party 2015 Group Photo

It’s the UK freediving event of the summer and tickets are available now!

The Go Freediving Summer Party is legendary. It’s the chance to catch up with old freediving friends and make new ones. The chance to freedive with top of the range DPVs, try out new equipment, win incredible prizes and eat good food!

This year we’re taking it to the next level with the inaugural Go Freediving Games Freediving Tetrathlon!

You’ll create your own team or be put into one, and compete with your team members in DPV relay racing and other events to be crowned the winner of the Go Freediving Games!

Plus there’s our epic treasure hunt where you can win more top prizes, such as a pair of Spierre carbon fins… The event will last all day, and then you can then tuck into a delicious barbeque in the evening.

In previous years we’ve also used the event to raise money for the RNLI and the Reef Ball Foundation. This year we’re raising money for Plastic Oceans, a global network of independent not-for-profits and charitable organisations, united in their aims to change the world’s attitude towards plastic within a generation.

Go Freediving Summer Party 2015 wide shot of John Vickers from Blue Abyss talking

John Vickers, CEO of Blue Abyss talking about the project at the Go Freediving Summer Party whilst James Rogers from RAID and John Kendall from GUE and SUEX look on

Come to the summer party and enjoy:

  • The Go Freediving Games Freediving Tetrathlon
  • Underwater treasure hunt with prizes worth £100s to be won (see below)
  • Scuba Diver Top Trumps
  • Top-of-the-range DPVs
  • Special guest John Vickers of Blue Abyss giving an exclusive update on the 50m deep dive pool planned for the UK
  • Kit demos and workshops
  • BBQ in the evening

At the last summer party the prizes were:

  • Five Aqualung Sphera masks courtesy of Aqualung
  • Three Vobster memberships
  • £200 vouchers for Scuba Travel
  • Five copies of the STAmina Apnea trainer courtesy of Valeriy
  • Signed copy of Dolphin Way courtesy of Author Mark Caney
  • 2 Best Hunter Freediving fin bags courtesy of DeeperBlue
  • I copy of ‘Breathology’ by Stig Severinsen courtesy of DeeperBlue
  • 1 copy of ‘Bob Croft: Navy Diver, Submariner, father of American Freediving’ Courtesy of DeeperBlue
  • Multiple Blue Abyss exclusive and limited edition prizes
  • Marsellaise weight belt courtesy of Go Freediving
  • Go Freediving hoodie courtesy of Go Freediving

Cost: £20 club members and £30 non-members to include BBQ and five free entries to the prize draw. More entries can be won in the treasure hunt or bought if you’re feeling lazy!

(Ticket price does not include entry fee to Vobster Quay. Vobster Quay entry is free for non-divers. Prices can be found at www.vobster.com)

  • BBQ in the evening includes:
    Burgers , sausages, chicken and vegetarian option
    Green salad, pasta salad, coleslaw, Greek style salad and potato salad
    Trifle and pavlova
    Orange juice, apple juice, coke and lemonade and mineral water
  • All dietary requirements catered for!

12 August

9:00am5:00pm freediving fun’n’games

Vobster Quay, Upper Vobster, Radstock, BA3 5SD

6:00pmlate for BBQ

Glebe House, Frome Road, Writhlington, BA3 5UD

Everyone’s welcome to join in the fun at the Go Freediving summer party, but if you want to enter the treasure hunt, Scuba Diver Top Trumps, or try the DPVs, you must be RAID Freediver, SSI Level 1 or AIDA 2 star qualified.

You will be required to complete this self-certifying medical form.

Club members can save £10 on entry

These people loved it!

There was such a relaxed atmosphere on the course. We discussed about other topics and this helped to get a bigger picture of the freediving world!
Simona L
I loved the calmness of the instructors, their good humour, laid back approach and professionalism!
George C
“I don’t think you guys realise how much you give to people. I just want to make sure you know that YOU (you and David and the whole gang) have already made a huge impact on my life.”
Nora G