Join us for a weekly Date @ 8 shore dive. We meet at the Burger King on Rt.128 in Beverly every Saturday morning and head to one of Cape Ann's numerous dive sites for a dive or two. Dive sites are decided on the spot to accomodate the experience and skill levels of those who show up, and everyone is welcome - members and non-members alike. Click for photos of past shore dives
Please contact the coordinator (listed on the Date @ 8 page linked
above) a day or two before Saturday if you'd like to join us, to make
sure the group doesn't leave without you if you're running a little late.
Also, please note that during winter months we meet at 10am! See you there!
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Please join us at 8:00pm
at the Courtyard Marriott on Speen Street in Natick.
The Great Lakes offer opportunities for divers to explore countless pristine wrecks and wondrous rock formations in a fresh water environment. Club members Reg Wilson and Steve Bigelow spent Memorial Day Weekend 2016 in Tobermory, Ontario - a small community at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula straddling Lake Huron and Georgian Bay in Canada. Reg Wilson and Steve Bigelow are active members of the MetroWest Dive Club and enjoy underwater photography in almost any location where great wrecks and wonderful critters abound.They enjoyed nine spectacular dives over three days as guests of Divers Den. Wreck sites included the steamer Forest City (1904), the dredge Niagara II (reefed 1999), the three-masted schooner James C. King (1901), the propeller steamer W.L. Wetmore (1901), the barque Arabia (1884), the two-masted schooner San Jacinto (1881), the steamer City of Cleveland (1901), and the two-masted schooner Caroline Rose (reefed 1990). In our November meeting, Reg and Steve will talk about the wrecks, the diving, and the travel to this errific fresh water wreck diving destination.
Reg Wilson and Steve Bigelow are active members of the MetroWest Dive Club and enjoy underwater photography in almost any location where great wrecks and wonderful critters abound.
Upcoming Speakers and Topics*
|Dec 13||Dr. Poul LaPlante||Diving Medicine Q&A: 2016|
*All speakers and topics subject to change without notice.
The MetroWest Dive Club (MWDC) is dedicated to promoting fun, safe diving, and introducing and familiarizing members with new dive sites. We are committed to encouraging good relations with our coastal neighbors through courtesy and good diving etiquette, and getting involved with community activities.
The MWDC is not affiliated with any retailer, vendor, or manufacturers. We are a large group of sport divers with a wide range of scuba diving interests. Club members can help direct you to the many training classes locally available.
MetroWest Dive Club meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Courtyard Marriott on Speen Street in Natick. Meetings are free and guests are welcome, divers and non-divers alike. MWDC meetings start at 7:30 pm but members often meet socially at the bar from 6:30 to 7:30pm.