Video Nights

Looking for some underwater fun during the winter? Join us for our monthly video night featuring a variety of interesting diving related topics including past dive trips, desirable diving destinations, specialty type diving like caves, wrecks, deep, as well as fun videos like good ol' Sea Hunt! Enjoy comfortable seating in our large classroom with large screen projector.

It's free to attend but please bring a donation for the Edmonton Food Bank (food or cash), we will be matching all the cash donations! All divers and non-divers are welcome to attend.

Food is available at 5:45 and the presentation will start at 6:00pm.

Please RSVP if you will be attending.




Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Video and photos from previous dive trips to Bonaire and Palau.

Bonaire is one of the best destinations in the Caribbean for scuba diving and snorkeling. We host dive trips to Bonaire a couple of times per year because of its popularity with divers and non-divers. Come check out why we love it there so much and find out how you can go there to explore this beautiful island and reef.

Palau is located in the South Pacific and boasts some of the healthiest and most abundant soft coral in the world. Spectacular reefs, amazing marine life, drift diving, and more. Come out for some photos and videos of our group dive trip to Palau this past March.

Also featuring prize draws for Alberta Underwater Council participant prizes from summer 2017!




Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Truk (Chuuk) is located in the South Pacific and is home to a sunken Japanese fleet of merchant and naval ships from WWII. Operation Hailstone was the Allies response to Pearl Harbour. A variety of ships litter the ocean's floor around Truk Lagoon with much of it's cargo still intact including dishes, clothing, beer bottles, tanks, trucks, and more.

Surrounded by warm, blue tropical water, these reefs provide a peak into history alongside flourishing marine life and coral. The shipwrecks are awe-inspiring and humbling. Truly a trip of a lifetime.

We had several underwater photographers and videographers on this trip, so you will see some fantastic photos and videos from a variety of perspectives.





Thursday, February 1, 2018

Join guest speaker and cave explorer Natalie L Gibb as she shares her adventures exploring underwater caves in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.

Submerged caves are one of the most mentally and physically demanding environments on the planet, and every one of Natalie's underwater cave exploration projects has taught her something valuable. In this talk, Natalie will share photos, videos, and stories of her discoveries in Mexico's flooded caves and what she has learned from them. The talk is approachable for all levels of divers, and should be interesting even to non-divers. 

Natalie L Gibb is the owner of Under the Jungle, a cave and technical diving center in the Riviera Maya. She is a full time cave diving instructor and explorer in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. With her exploration partner, she has explored and surveyed more than twenty cave systems in Mexico, including what was once the area's longest single-entry cave system.




Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Cold Water Diving... it's cold, it's challenging, it's some of the best diving you will ever do! Join us for an exploration of cold water diving from Vancouver Island, over to the Great Lakes, and finally over to the East Coast of Canada. 

Most people think the water in our backyard is cold, dark, gloomy, and not worth diving. They are so wrong! There is a whole world of unique and colorful creatures that lurk below our cold water. The challenges of thicker wetsuits and drysuits, extra lead weight, hoods and gloves is worth overcoming to explore the lakes and oceans close to home.

Note: Due to crazy work schedules, presenters and presentation topics may change on short notice. We have a few backup plans so the topic will always be interesting!


Special Guest Presenter, Mike Lever of Nautilus Explorer talks about diving with great white sharks in Guadalupe and manta rays in Socorro Islands (May 2014)