Events Calendar

Annual Events

  • Boston Sea Rovers show October 2-3 2021

    This year's show is again at the DoubleTree by Hilton Boston North Shore in Danvers. This is a great event that includes seminars, workshops, and a film presentation from dive professionals from around the world. It's always a fantastic time, and NEADC will have a booth, along with clubs, shops and organizations from across the country.

    Click here for ticket sales.

  • Dry Dive: Spring 2022

Join the dive club 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: environmental@neadc.org

  • Whale Watch: TBD

    Join the New England Aquarium Dive Club for a day seeking right whales, humpback whales and Atlantic white-sided dolphins on Stellwagen Bank. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic naturalists will be on board to identify and provide information on the species we see.

  • World Oceans Day at the NEAq: Summer 2022

Join the dive club at the New England Aquarium to celebrate the oceans!

Coming back for the 20th 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!

See more about the 2017 event!

View the flyer for the 2019 event

Tropical fish come up the gulf stream as eggs on broken seaweeds, hatch, and make their way into the warm eddies and nooks and crannies of the southern New England coast.. Seeing these little waifs is fun, trying to catch them is a challenge. Easy diving - no deeper than 25 feet - often 10-15 feet works, in fact snorkeling at low tide is as successful as diving at high tide!

This is a great family event, especially for the kids!

There will be seining from shore, music, raffles, and of course diving and a great variety of food.

Never caught tropical fish before? Let our experts show you how. Extra collecting nets will be available.

All are welcome. Join us for a fun filled day!

There will be a large touch tank set up, for all to enjoy, with lobsters, crabs, starfish, baby tropical fish, etc.

As we gather out catch, let our experts show you where to see fish, and teach you about the tropical fish you can observe in our on-site holding aquariums.

Never caught tropical fish before?
Let our experts show you how! Extra collecting nets will be available.

View the flyer from the 2019 event

Why are there Tropical Fish in New England?

2009 Tropical Fish Rescue & BBQ

2008 Photos from the Tropical Fish Hunt

2007 Article from the Jamestown Press

2006 Lionfish found in Rhode Island

 

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