Nashville Scuba Club is the longest surviving
dive club in the Nashville area. Founded
in 1962 by people that love the outdoors
and gathering for underwater activities.
Everyone is welcome to join in the fun.
If you are interested in becoming a Nashville
Scuba Club member contact us at:
It's that time of year again.
To join Nashville Scuba Club, or renew your membership,
click the link above or just go to our Contact
Us page download and fill out the form.
Mail to the address on the form along with you dues.
The minimal dues are only $20 for a diver or $25 for an entire family.
Funds raised are used to entertain our members.
Membership information is
located on the Contact
Us page of the Website.
you new divers are looking for dive buddies
join us at any or all of our events.
are happy to dive with and mentor new divers.
DAN 24-Hour Diving Emergency Hotline (919) 684-9111
One Call is part of the continuing mission of Divers Alert Network (DAN)
to increase the safety of divers
With the new hotline number,
divers need only to call a single phone number to activate emergency services,
regardless of what kind of emergency assistance is needed
In the case of an immediate life threatening emergency,
contact 911 (or the equivalent emergency response system), then call DAN
The DAN Emergency Hotline (919-684-9111) is available
24-hours a day,
7 days a week
DAN can be reached by collect call or from outside the U.S
Dive Below h2o Scuba is hosting a Dry Tortuga trip again in 2012. July 4 - 8, 2012
If interested email for details.
Crystal River 2008
As the pictures show, we finally got pictures
of Bubbles and Bubbles. We have tried
for years to connect the 2 during daylight,
but have been unsuccessful in the past.
If you missed the trip this year, you
missed a lot of fun. There were not as
many Manatees as last year, but there
were enough to make it a successful event.
Drifting the Rainbow River too was great
fun once again.
need to join
Alert Network "DAN" needs
our support and we need their research to
help keep us safe. Never dive without DAN
insurance. They are always as close as the