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.

July 20, 2022, 6:30 pm.
Janna Nichols - REEF: Make Your Dives Count for Something!
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Janna Nichols (REEF Citizen Science Project Manager) will show you how to monitor marine life and submit your data to the largest online marine life sightings database in the world, used by scientists, researchers, students, policy-makers, etc. Participating in REEF's Volunteer Fish Survey Project is easy, fun, and can be done anytime, anywhere, year-round. She will also tell about REEF’s other programs.

Janna has been actively involved in the diving community since 2000, primarily in the cold waters of the Pacific Northwest, where she lives. She has been a PADI scuba instructor, an AAUS scientific diver and a Dive Safety Officer. Many of her underwater photos of marine life have been published in guidebooks, textbooks, online resources, newspapers and scientific publications. In 2003, she received REEF's Volunteer of the Year award, in 2013 she received Dive News Network's Diver of the Year Award, and in 2015 she received the Golden Hamlet award (1000 surveys) from REEF. She has done a few dives by shore and boat in the Northeast. (Cunner!)

August 17, 2022, 6:30 pm.
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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

Boston Sea Rovers Annual Summer Internship

The Boston Sea Rovers internship is one of the most incredible experiences available to those who have recently graduated High School. The BSR intern travels the world and spends time with photographers, researchers and explorers all focused on the underwater world. These connections and experiences are not only once in a life time experiences, but also set up our intern for an exceptional future in the marine world. Applications are still being accepted for our 2023 intern, so take a look and apply or pass on to those who you think might be interested!

The application period for the 2023 Internship ends on June 30, 2022.

More info at

Other Internship/Scholarship opportunities:

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

2022 Great Annual Fish Count


Join us for the 19th year hosting the event! You can help count fish and win prizes! This year, we are proud to be a REEF Conservation Partner

Each year divers help researchers by surveying fish populations. This is done by identifying what fish you see on a dive. After the dive, we gather at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, for raffle prizes and a BBQ! All Dives in July count toward the GAFC raffle.

This data helps researchers and policy-makers so remember to count fish on every dive!

You must register for the event AND submit a survey in order to be eligible for the raffle prizes. Only one raffle entry per diver (so multiple dives don't give multiple raffle entries).

For more info visit

Upcoming Dive Community Events

  • 07/16/22 - Women's Dive Day
    Celebrate Women Divers Day is happening Saturday, July 16 2022 at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, MA from 8 am-12 pm. There will be diving, raffles, BBQ, and more! Proceeds will benefit the Cape Ann Scholarship Program and Women Divers Hall of Fame.
    View the Flyer
  • 07/23/22 - 2022 Great Annual Fish Count
    Coming back for the 19th year, you can help count fish and win prizes! Each year divers help researchers by surveying fish populations. This is done by identifying what fish you see on a dive. After the dive, we gather at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, for raffle prizes and a BBQ! All Dives in July count toward the GAFC raffle.
    Registration Opening Soon!
    Please Note: parking for non-residents at Gloucester beaches must be reserved in advance. Cash will no longer be accepted at the Stage Fort Park gate on the day of the GAFC.
    Visit the GAFC Website
  • 9/18/22 - 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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