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CrzyJay456
09-28-2007, 14:56
any dive clubs in the south florida area? like miami/ft lauderdalle/keys area?

CrzyJay456
09-30-2007, 19:34
so after a few days of no answer i will take it as a NO! how about we start one? i know nothing about starting a dive club, but if it's anything like diving with the people i met trough the boards, than im all for it!

scuba Widow
09-30-2007, 19:39
Check with your LDS they may have a listing of the local clubs for you to join.

No Misses
10-01-2007, 10:07
Sorry, I've been away from the board for a while. Try out South Florida Divers http://www.sfdi.com/ Thier monthly meeting is open to the public (you). As a non-member you can go on any of thier non-diving outings. If you choose to join, then you can partake in any of the club activities. Enjoy.


South Florida Divers, Inc.
South Florida Divers, Inc. is one of the oldest SCUBA diving clubs in Florida. Founded in 1974, our history will be posted to this page sometime soon

We meet on the first Wednesday of every month (except for holidays) at Ft. Lauderdale Power Squadron. Driving directions appear below (http://www.sfdi.com/about.html#directions). [ Click here for a map. (http://www.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=power+squadron&near=Fort+Lauderdale,+FL&cid=0,0,12459349550782538995&ll=26.096067,-80.165637&spn=0,.02&iwstate1=dir:to&iwloc=A&f=d&daddr=2029+SW+20th+St,+Fort+Lauderdale,+FL+33315,+ USA&sa=X&oi=local&ct=directions-to) ] Meetings start at 7:30 PM and visitors are welcome! The evening programs vary from speakers on a variety of topics of interest to divers from slide shows to social nights, from SCUBA Swap to Wacky Gift Exchanges, or whatever else our VP of Programs can dream up.
http://www.sfdi.com/wetzonesmall.gif (http://www.sfdi.com/news.html)We publish a monthly newsletter for our members, The Wet Zone. Issues from January, 2001 to the present are archived on this website. Click on the Wet Zone logo for the subject index and monthly index to current and past issues. Click here (http://www.sfdi.com/newsabout.html) to read about why we went to a web-based format. Of course our primary activity is diving! But we have many other interests as you will see by looking through our newsletter archives: bicycling, fishing, social nights, parties, beer brewing, camping and more.



Driving Directions to the
Ft. Lauderdale Power Squadron
2029 SW 20th St
FROM THE NORTH (Fort Lauderdale and North Broward)
Take I-95 South to Exit 25, marked 84 East. Go east to 15th Ave, the first left after I-95 ramp. Go left to SW 20th Street. Go Left to the end, and then go right thru the gate. FROM THE SOUTH (South Broward and Miami)
Take I-95 North to Exit 25, marked St. Rd. 84/Marina Mile, turn right at stop light at the end of the exit ramp at top of hill. Stay in the left lane, Go left at 20th Street to the end, then go right thru the gate.

Stingray Brett
10-01-2007, 18:26
Dont your have to pay to be a member in that club?

No Misses
10-02-2007, 16:34
Yes, there is a membership fee. But, it is pretty small if I remember correctly. I want to say it was $50. But I really don't remember.