2019 Meeting Schedule

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 people […]

Why become a SeaDevil Member?

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 […]

July 2019 Club Meeting

The Unexplained Hit We all learn to plan a dive, dive our plan, and stay conservative. But sometimes even a conservative plan can result in a DCS hit. DAN data indicates that there may be about 1,000 cases of DCS per year among recreational divers in the USA and Canada. Even seasoned dive pros can […]

June 2019 Club Meeting

Lionfish Invasion The Indo-Pacific lionfish is an invasive species in the Atlantic Ocean & Caribbean Sea. Lionfish are predators with a voracious appetite, no natural predators, and a rapid rate of reproduction. They are destroying the natural balance of the reefs by over consuming reef fish and juveniles, threatening marine life and the reef itself. […]

May 2019 Club Meeting

State of the Bay 2018 Resiliency in the Face of Unprecedented Challenges   Experts agree that the science-based Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint is our last chance to Save the Bay. Since the Blueprint’s beginning in 2010, the Bay has been improving. But as this year’s State of the Bay shows, progress is never a straight […]

April 2019 Club Meeting

Top 10 Gear Tips We’ve all seen it – missing o-ring, torn wetsuit, broken fin strap – the gremlins that try to ruin a dive. Don’t miss another dive due to minor issues with your scuba diving equipment. Join us as Bill Sawyer provides his top 10 tips to maintain and repair your scuba gear. […]

March 2019 Club Meeting

CSS Richond Project Join us as Dr. Mike Nusbaum and Bill Waldrop share the challenges and risks they faced this past summer exploring the remains of the Confederate Ironclad C.S.S. Richmond. Even though visibility is always a challenge in the James River, you will be among the first to see what no human eyes have […]

February 2019 Club Meeting

Mike Berry – Underwater CSI Join us as Mike Berry shares his experiences as a one of the world’s leading authorities in Public Safety Diving. Mike is recognized internationally as a Master Underwater Criminal Investigator and is one of the most experienced Public Safety Divers/Underwater Criminal Investigators in the world. For the last 35 years, […]

January 2019 Club Meeting

Movie Night – Black Coral Join us for an exclusive look into a closed fraternity of elite watermen. Black Coral tells the harrowing, amazing and occasionally amusing stories of the Black Coral divers of Maui in their own words. It recreates the beauty, addiction and danger of harvesting the Hawaiian State gemstone. Right or wrong? […]

2018 Holiday Party

Holiday Party Please join us for an evening to celebrate another great year of friendship, fun and our love of diving! All are welcome, so bring your family and friends along to help us celebrate. A gracious plenty of food and drinks will be provided to allow us all to spend more time telling fish […]

November 2018 Club Meeting

The Beauty of Guam Most people don’t think US diving includes a holiday destination such as Guam. This often-overlooked US territory is in fact a scuba diving hot spot with incredible beaches and crystal clear waters jam-packed with unique underwater life. Guam boasts an impressive amount of coral that comes in all shapes and sizes, […]