Anna Krowczynska
Anna Krowczynska

1953 - 2014
Longtime board member and aquarium volunteer... She will be missed

Upcoming Meetings
Speaker schedule subject to change without notice

Wednesday, Dec. 16th, 2015, 6:30 pm.
Members Share Event
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Every year at the December meeting, your fellow club members are the speakers! If you have something you want to tell the club about, contact Joy at Presentations are typically 5-10 minutes, and can be anything from a video slide show to a simple talk. It's a great chance to share your images from your scuba adventures!

Wednesday, Jan. 20th, 2016, 6:30 pm.
Mike Walsh - Belize: World-Class Reef Diving a Short Flight Away
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General Meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month, at the New England Aquarium Conference Center (located on the first floor of the Harbor Garage). Click here for directions

At each general meeting there will be the monthly drawing for a chance to have a hands on aquarium experience.

For directions and more info about all our meetings, visit our Club Meetings Page

40th Anniversary Party

We had a great time on Friday at the 40th Anniversary party, with over 200 people attending! The photos are up in the club scrapbook and on Facebook

Diving for Shark Teeth

Rick and Dan are planning a Shark Tooth trip to Venice, FL during the last week in April. There will be 8 spaces available.

Venice is known as "The Shark Tooth Capital of the World" and many divers have found spectactular teeth just lying on the sandy bottom. This is one dive trip where you get to come home with outstanding souveniors!

They have done this trip several times in the past, and have learned how to do it on a low budget.

Anyone interested should contact Dan as soon as possible so we can get everything booked. 

Shark Teeth
This is just a sampling of what was found on a previous club trip to Venice, FL!

Raja Ampat and Banda Sea Biodiversity Cruise Pindito liveaboard

Special for NEADC members - contact Joy Marzolf (at for a 25% discount code off the published price of the 12-day Banda Sea to Raja Ampat SCUBA program on the 124-ft Pindito liveaboard.

This program starts off in Sorong and ends up in Ambon - 

  • Explore the pristine and biodiverse marine habitats of Raja Ampat and the Banda Sea and visit the fascinating communities of the spice islands.
  • Stunning landscapes surround us as we cruise through the islands.
  • Enjoy some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world, exploring many habitats and looking for wildlife from whales to seahorses.

A delight for both divers and snorkelers, this 12-day trip aboard the prestigious Pindito will take you to some of the most exciting and renowned snorkel and dive sites in the world. Our experienced crew and guides allow you to “enjoy the ride" as we make our way from Sorong in West Papua through the Dampier Strait, Raja Ampat islands, and into the Banda Sea, while snorkeling and diving, exploring forests, and visiting historic villages along the way.

The diversity of marine life here is second to none, and we may see wildlife ranging from whales, manta rays, and sharks, to pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs, and more. A variety of dive sites from open water habitats to steep walls and shallow coral gardens will keep you amazed on every foray below the surface.

Trip Dates & Cost:

2016: March 28–April 8. From $5,365 per person (when 25% discount applied) + park & harbor fees. 

View the flyer for more information


There are several local scholarship opportunities for high school and college students interested in diving and the marine sciences. The deadlines for most of them are coming up soon! If you know a student who might be interested, please let them know!

Our World Underwater/Rolex Scholarship Deadline December 31

Women Divers Hall of Fame Deadline November 20th

Beneath the Sea Marine Career Scholarships

New England Diving Events calendar

Northeastern University's Marine Science Center Colloquium Speaker Series (11/19)
Dr. Jessica Carilli, University of Massachusetts Boston, presents her seminar "Coral reefs as paleo-recorders of human impacts on coastal environments." Dr. Carilli is hosted by Dr. Justin Ries.
Marine Science Center Website

North Shore Frogmen Meeting (11/19)
Presentation by John Stella on "Ancient wreck diving in Greece"
NSF Website

Mass Diving's Underwater photos with Santa (11/22)
Mass Diving is offering divers and non-divers the chance to try SCUBA and have your photo with Santa - Underwater!
Click here for more details.

Metro West Dive Club Meeting (12/8)
Round Table discussion on Gear tips and tricks
MWDC Website

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