About Us

SeaHorse Dive Club: 1958 - Today

The first Northwest sport divers made their own wetsuits, poured their own weights and taught themselves how to scuba dive. Their flippers were as stiff as plywood, as heavy as plaster. And their rigid rubber masks leaked most of the time. They were enthusiastic participants in a burgeoning sport that relied on unproved technology and immature science. They accepted irrational risks and forged life-long friendships while plumbing the dark, unforgiving depths... This was the beginning of the SeaHorse Dive Club.Today, the SeaHorse Dive Club is one of the largest SCUBA clubs in the Northwest. 

The goal today is the same as in 1958: to promote the enjoyment of diving by Boeing employees, their families, and contribute to the local diving community. The club sponsors a number of activities from local dives, to dive travel to regional and worldwide locations, to club meetings featuring excellent speakers from the diving and marine community, to social events like club picnics and parties. Most will say that the biggest benefit of being a member is the camaraderie of other Boeing workers who also like to dive.