Marker Buoy Dive Club is one of the most active dive clubs in the Pacific Northwest. We currently have over 150 members from all over the Puget Sound neighborhood. Our members host many different types of dives and dive trips all over the world and local area. Our upcoming dive calendar typically contains scheduled dives ranging from check out dives at cove 2 or Edmonds Underwater Park to diving under Deception Pass and extended vacation trips at various locations around the world.
We welcome divers of all types and skill levels. You say you just finished your Open Water certification and you don’t what to do next? Welcome aboard! Let’s get you back in the water with a great dive buddy. We’ll get you up to speed and helping another new member in no time.
Are you a bit more advanced? We got you covered as well. Our club members will charter a dive boat and fill it with other club members. Imagine spending a day with your new found friends enjoying the local stellar dive sites.
After many dives, club members will meet up at a local watering hole or eatery to discuss the day’s events. Of course, this is voluntary, but we would love to have you there.
We also do things without getting damp as well. During the spring we host a club raffle. This is where we collect items and services from members and local dive business raffle them off. We do this to generate some needed moneys and an excuse to hang out with our friends and fellow club members. We have a club picnic at Woodland Park sometime during the summer. We also have a picnic and dive at a local site at least once a year.
Our monthly club meeting is at the Sunset Hill Community Center where we discuss club news and local dive events. We then talk about past club dives and upcoming club dives. We then enjoy some treats, coffee, and jawing with other club members. To top to all off, we have a guest speaker talk about the marine environment, an unusual dive trip, or something else of interest to divers.
Sound fun? We would love to have you. If you would like to meet the club first, I would recommend showing up to one of the monthly meetings.