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2023 Dry Dive TBD


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

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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.

September 21, 2022, 6:30 pm.
Joy Marzolf Exotic Turneffe Atoll, Belize
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Escape to the exotic nature of this remote tropical island chain off the coast of Belize. Beyond the second largest barrier reef in the world lies Turneffe Atoll. Away from the cruise ships of the mainland soar magnificent frigate birds and red footed boobies. Above the water, dolphins can be seen frolicking in the waves while manatees slowly cruise along feeding on sea grasses. Under the crystal clear waters are beautiful scenes of colorful reef fish and corals with even the occasional turtle or spotted eagle ray. Join us for images of this beautiful place.

Joy has loved animals from the time since she was a child growing up in New England and would always take advantage of any outdoor time to explore nature. Now, she still loves to explore, but also to share her knowledge about wildlife and nature in general. In addition to a BA in Biology, she has been doing a variety of animal-related education programs in her professional life for over 20 years. One of her favorite things to do is break people’s misconceptions about many animals, especially those that people fear, such as predators including sharks, reptiles and spiders. In addition to her live animal programs with her company The Joys of Nature ( she is also a trip leader and naturalist for marine related trips for the Oceanic Society.

October 19th, 2022, 6:30 pm.
Eric Ramos TBA
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November 16, 2022, 6:30 pm.
Joy Marzolf TBA
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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

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2022 Bay State Council of Divers Treasure Hunt

The Bay State Council‘s 35th Annual Treasure Hunt will be at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, on September 25, 2022. Parking is free!

The Treasure Hunt event, including a snorkel section and a SCUBA section, will involve finding small objects in shallow water. A registration fee of $10.00 will be required to participate. Registration will be from 9:00 - 9:30 AM. Treasure hunting will begin at 10:00 AM. More than $5,000.00 worth of dive equipment and prizes, ranging from regulators to gift cards, donated by area dive shops, will be awarded to registered participants. A picnic-style cookout, provided by the North Shore Frogmen and the MetroWest Dive Clubs, will be available for a nominal fee, as well.

Additionally, the BSC is sponsoring a canned food drive to support the Gloucester food bank, and an opportunity to work with The Boston Sea Rovers COASTSWEEP Program (10AM - 2PM), which brings thousands of volunteers to the Mass shoreline each fall to help keep not only the Stage Fort Park beaches clean, but also the rest of the Massachusetts coast. Data gleaned from the cleanup is shared with the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup Program to help reduce marine debris worldwide.

For more information and rules regarding the treasure hunt, contact Jim Nannery at 978-460-5733 and consult both sides of the event flier; for COASTSWEEP, contact Ted Maney at;or

Come join The Bay State Council of Divers at Gloucester’s Stage Fort Park on Saturday, September 25, 2022, to celebrate its 35th Annual Treasure Hunt and fun-filled day of diving and community support activities.

For more info view the flyer

Boston Sea Rovers Annual Clinic

Tickets are now on sale for the 2022 Boston Sea Rovers clinic. It's the 68th show and if you attended last year or any of our previous clinics you'll know it's not to be missed. The website is updated with the full show offering, so check out the ticket bundles.

Started in 1954 as a means of educating the public how to safely use scuba, our yearly show has evolved into a world renown three-day event that draws attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world. The show is designed to entertain and educate the public on topics of exploration, film making, scientific discoveries, scuba diving and more. The show consists of many facets designed for both the diving and non-diving public.

Exhibit hall: Featuring two full days open to the public on Saturday and Sunday!

Daytime Speakers: Over 40 Saturday and Sunday Daytime Seminars, featuring slide and video shows from around the underwater world!

Film Festival: The jewel of each annual Clinic is our Saturday Evening Film Festival. The Sea Rovers take pride in the fact that we have continuously blazed the trail in the underwater world, premiering more speakers and presentations from our stages than any other show.

Careers in Ocean and Marine Sciences (COMS): This Symposium offers a series of dynamic presentations about the world’s oceans as well as discussion of Career Opportunities in Marine Sectors including Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and the Arts. This will be a Hybrid format with in-person attendance or via Zoom to your classroom. It is free to area students and teachers with confirmed reservations.

Boston Sea Rovers Website

Upcoming Dive Community Events

  • 9/25/22 - Bay State Council Treasure Hunt
    Planned for Saturday, September 18, 2022, at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester.
    More details at The Bay State Council Website
  • 10/1/22 & 10/2/2022 - Boston Sea Rovers
    This yearly show has evolved into a world renown three-day event that draws attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world. The show is designed to entertain and educate the public on topics of exploration, filmmaking, scientific discoveries, scuba diving and more. The show consists of many facets designed for both the diving and non-diving public. Find more details on the Film Festival, Exhibit Hall, Daytime Presentations, Careers in Ocean and Marine Sciences (COMS), Workshops, Kids Activities, Art/Artifact Exhibit and more.
    Boston Sea Rovers Show Website

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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