Join us before the general meeting at Broadside prior to the General Meetings at 5:30-6:30pm for drinks, appetizers, dinner or to just say hi..
Broadside is located at: 99 Broad St, Boston, MA 02110
These get-togethers are meant to help answer questions and talk with new or less active members. We’ll tell you about the latest club news and hear about your interests in diving.
If you are an active member, please come out and help us greet people.
There will be a sign on the table for the Dive Club (usually one of the larger tables is reserved for us) Hope to see you there!
NEADC Great Annual Fish Count
Registration is now open for the 15th Annual GAFC!
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!
You must register and submit a survey in order to be eligible for the raffle prizes, and only one raffle entry per diver. Dives up to a week prior to the event will count for a raffle entry.
We are scheduling some great shore dives in the weeks before the GAFC. In addition to the monthly "New Member Dive" we are having dives every weekend in July. The next one is July 16th.
We will pick the best dive sites based on the weather and tides, so email email@example.com to sign up.
All dives are listed on the shore diving calendar, and remember to count fish on every dive! Identification guides (Fishinars) are listed below, and instructions for submittion your data to REEF is on this page.
New Trips on the Dive Travel Page
Club member Brad Roscoe is leading some weekend trips this summer. Both are great destinations relatively close by:
Dive Lake Winnipesaukee
Dive the St. Lawrence Seaway
For more info, visit our dive travel page
Volunteers needed for the GAFC and other events
We are always looking for volunteers to help out with our events. Whether it's introducing divers to the club at Sea Rovers, or helping set up food at the GAFC or Tropical Fish Rescue, our events succeed by the hard working volunteers.
It's a great chance to meet and talk with other divers and we always have a great group of people helping out. If you're interested in helping out at any of our events (especially the upcoming GAFC and Tropical Fish Rescue), let Uma know
REEF produces live online seminars for fish identification. They have one archives of last year's fish and invertebrate guides:
Get a Backbone! Common invertebrates of New England
The Northeast's Finest Fish
The NEADC also hosts their own identification guides based on REEF's cirriculum:
New England Diving Events calendar
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