Club Events

2022 Dry Dive (05/21/2022)
For more information or to sign up, email: the Environmetal Officer

2022 GAFC (07/23/2022)

2022 Tropical Fish Rescue Canceled for 2022 (Tentatively September 2023)

If anyone has any diving news or activities from across New England, email webmaster@ so I can include it on the site!

Upcoming Meetings
For the next few months we are encouraging everyone to practice social distancing and will be holding the general meeting lectures remotely. If you want to watch any of the lectures live, visit our registration page.

May 18, 2022, 6:30 pm.
Jake Stout - Underwater in New England
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June 15, 2022, 6:30 pm.
Dr James Ketchum - Whale Sharks in Baja
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General Meetings are normally held the third Wednesday of each month. Until further notice, they will take place online via ZOOM. Register online for each meeting by visiting the registration page.

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

Upcoming General Meetings

For the next few months, we are holding our general meeting lectures online. If you want to attend any of them live (same time as the normal meeting times), sign up on our registration page, and we will send you the connection info a few days before the meeting

View our upcoming meeting schedule

View our previous speakers

NEADC Dry Dive

Join Dan, our Environmental Affairs Officer on May 21st 2022 for a tour of the best dive sites on Cape Ann.

We will be driving all over Rockport, Gloucester, and the surrounding areas and point out the highlights of each site, and any tips we have for entrance/exit, or what to look out for. Along the way, we will be collecting any trash or debris on the beach, and properly dispose of it. We will be doing a cleanup at each stop until we run out of space in the truck for trash.

For more information or to sign up, email:

NEADC Great Annual Fish Count

This year's GAFC will be held July 23, 2022 and is our 19th year hosting the event!

Each year, the New England divers turn out in record numbers to help researchers by surveying fish populations, and you can help count fish and win prizes! This is done by identifying what marine life you see on a dive. After the dive, we gather at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, for raffle prizes and a BBQ!

More information coming soon, stay up to date on our Facebook page or

Fall 2021 Newsletter

Fall 2021 Newsletter

  • Boston Sea Rovers 2021 Show
  • Protecting the Stellwagen Bank Sanctuary's Historical Shipwrecks
  • Camping on the Sea: Blackbeard's Live Aboard Cruises
  • NEADC General Meetings
  • REEF Partnership

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Sea Turtle links from the January 2021 Speaker

Roderic Mast, our guest speaker from February provided some links to his program, and organization:

Blue Habits:

Tips from the September 2021 Speaker

Samantha Whitcraft, our guest speaker from September provided some links to her programs, and ways divers can help:

Aggressor Adventures' Green the Fleet Program

Sea of Change Foundation's Brochure, About Sea Of Change video (featuring Guy Harvey), and Leading through Conservation & Research Zoom presentation/video (Foundation overview)

Sea of Change Foundation's Reef Rescue and Rapid Response Program flyer (printable pdf) – our grant program that empowers divers as first responders to acute reef damage

Our three Sustainable Choices PSAs with Force Blue:

Should you wish to follow Sea of Change and/or share from their Facebook page, they post regularly at

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