Come join us on the 2nd Wednesday of every month!

‎ The SeaDevil Dive Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at Timberwood Grill (3311 Worth Crossing, just outside Forest Lakes North). Food, drinks and socializing starts at 6:30 pm. Meet up with friends who love to go scuba diving, swap stories and plan your next diving adventure. Most of all have fun with great […]

Why become a SeaDevil?

You get the joy and pride of knowing you’re helping to spread your love of the underwater world in a tangible way to educate the public a conserve and protect our aquatic resources.  You help us support our mission to raise the visibility and accessibility of scuba diving in our community by such means as […]

October Club Meeting

Surveys show that 90% of staghorn and elkhorn coral has been lost on US and Caribbean Coral reefs. Crew 3000 is actively helping create and maintain offshore coral nurseries and working to restore the coral reef system throughout the Florida Keys and the Caribbean. Join us as Peyton Williams shares his recent hands-on experience engaging […]

September Club Meeting

With summer windng down, it’s the perfect time to review the 2017 travel journal. SeaDevils have been spotted in the Bahamas, Honduras, Cayman Islands and more. Bring your favorite pictures and stories from this year’s experiences to share with your fellow divers. Meet up with friends who love to go scuba diving, swap stories and […]

August Club Meeting

We are honored to welcome James Sinclair as he talks about archaeological diving and shares his experiences tracking treasure among some of the most famous shipwrecks in the world. You will recognize him as part of the investigative team with Discovery Channel’s documentary series COOPER’S TREASURE. It tells the incredible story of astronaut, Gordon Cooper, and the […]

July Club Meeting

It’s a small, small world… The mantra of the underwater photographer is “get close, and then get closer” – fill the frame with your subject and minimize distortion. Macro photography takes “closer” to an extreme and opens up a world full of intricate patterns and interesting critters. Join us as Gary Powell talks about the challenges of macro photography underwater and the […]

June 15, 2017 – Author Bob Wicklund, Extemporaneous Reflections

Bob is the author of “Eyes in the Sea: Adventures of an Undersea Pioneer” who retired after 50 years of diving and moved to Charlottesville. This website gives just a little bit of his background, which doesn’t mention his diving with Fidel Castro, among others: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5576278.Robert_I_Wicklund. Please join us to listen to Bob as he […]

May Club Meeting

Thinking about creating your own adventure with a great shore diving destination? Bonaire boasts a fringing coral reef and aquamarine waters that are protected as a national marine park. You follow the yellow rock road around this charming island in the southern Caribbean and choose one of many easily identifiable dive sites to explore. Join […]

April Dive Club Meeting

The Battle of the Atlantic was the longest continuous military campaign of World War II, pitting German U-boats against the Allied Navy. Join us as Eric Gibson discusses the sinking of the U-352 and shares artifacts from that era. Meet up with friends who love to go scuba diving, swap stories and plan your next diving adventure. Most of all […]

March Club Meeting

Dreaming of Havana nights? Join us as Michaele Bergan talks about her trip to Cuba and her experiences while diving aboard the Jardines Aggressor I in the Gardens of the Queen. Meet your friends who love to go scuba diving, swap stories and plan your next diving adventure. Most of all have fun with great […]