Mark your calendars for upcoming events:

Next Meeting: Tuesday, July 9th, 2024

Please join us at 7:30pm at the Courtyard by Marriott on Speen Street in Natick.

Jack Sargent: "Diving in Grand Cayman"

Jack went to Grand Cayman with his wife – he went diving in the mornings and spent the afternoons exploring the Island – the best of both worlds. Staying with Ocean Frontiers offered “limo style” diving. He would roll out of bed to a great breakfast at the local restaurant then walk the pier to load on one of the three boats. Their gear was already stowed away on the boat by the resort to their assigned seats for the week.

They did two dives a day. The first was usually to about 100 feet exploring the many swim throughs and canyons. While the second dive was to about 50-60 feet, seeing a variety of marine life with sightings of rays and sharks.

Jack is the president of MWDC, he started diving about 5 years ago – and have been fortunate to have accumulated about 175 dives not only in New England but in North Carolina, Philippines, Cozumel, Dominican Republic and the latest trip to Grand Cayman. He looks forward to sharing the trip with you!

Please join us for the MetroWest Dive Club's General Meeting for the presentation.

Upcoming Speakers

August: Diving in Fiji (Mark Potter)

September: Exploring Antarctic (Peter Venoutsos)

October: International Cave Diving (Ivan Borovikov)

November: Diving in Bonaire (Tamas Vincze)


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.

Diving in New England

What is it like to dive New England?

The video below tries to convey a sense of what diving in New England is like; cold water, low vis, and great wildlife. It was produced by William Skelly and the underwater photos in it were taken over the course of five years by Steve Bigelow, Steven Jaques, Robert Landy, and Bobby Joe. (Video subtitles are available.)

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