Welcome to the SeaHorse Dive Club News.  Here you'll find articles about club events, cool dives your fellow members did and stuff they claimed to have seen, wild stories, nature stories, technology... You know, the kind of stuff you'd hear while you're standing around the compressor getting your tanks filled.  "Did you guys see the orca?!  No?  But it was right there!"  If you have your own whopper, I mean "story" to tell, let us know.  Send it to and you might see it right here.

So, you want to be a reporter, do you?  You think you've got what it takes?!

If you're a SeaHorse Dive Club member, and want to contribute to the news, you've got what it takes.  Just send a note to, and we'll get you fixed up.

Randy Glenn Memorial Photo and Video Contest - Oct. 24

posted Oct 6, 2019, 9:13 PM by Editor SeaHorse   [ updated Oct 9, 2019, 12:42 PM ]

The Annual Photo and Video contest is coming up on Oct. 24. It will be held at the Diamond Knot Brewery in Mountlake Terrace. No-host dinner at 6, contest at 7 PM. Come out and see some fun and exciting photos and videos. This is a participant votes contest, so whether you have images or videos to enter we need you to come out and vote. It is always a fun evening and the Diamond Knot is a great venue.  See the announcement on the club FB page for more details including the rules and categories. Here is a link to more information:

Diving this Labor Day weekend

posted Aug 27, 2019, 5:48 PM by Editor SeaHorse

Want to dive this weekend? You can chase crabs at the Boeing Dock in Mukilteo with Gary Schnaith or look for sixgill sharks with Dave Wakeley at Redondo. Details for each dive is on the FaceBook page and on the calendar for this page.

Annual Beer Dive August 22

posted Aug 5, 2019, 1:18 PM by Editor SeaHorse

Annual Beer Dive

Date: Thursday 22nd.

Location: Magnuson Park Boat Launch,


Entrance to the park is at Sand Point Way and 65th street.

Sign up between 4:30 to 5:10 PM  

Splash time is 5:30.  Dive time 45 minutes.

Bring a mesh bag and compass.  Flashlight may be needed.

The Club provides hot dogs, chips and drinks.


We will meet at the pic-nic table just south of the shelter house.

Backup plan is to use the shelter house if it isn’t occupied/rented.


Event Coordinator: Brian Heath

June club meeting, June 27

posted Jun 19, 2019, 8:46 PM by Ed Gullekson

Event: June meeting & Crayfish dive

Location:  Magnuson boat launch shelter house

Signup time: 5 PM to 5:30 PM

Water entry 5:30

Length of dive: 1 hour or less

We will start cooking crayfish at 6:15 to 6:30 depending upon how successful divers are in getting them.

No license is required for harvesting crayfish. 

This is kind of a potluck dinner.  

Brian will try to bring a few backup foods (package of hot dogs & buns) to go with the crayfish in case we only get a few. 

Suggestions to bring: a few sodas, water, cookies, variety bag of chips  

Saturday June 15th The Last KVI Tower Shore Dive (Until next year).

posted Jun 11, 2019, 9:44 PM by Gary Schnaith

Meet at 8:00am at KVI Tower beach on Vashon Island and splash at 8:30am on Saturday. 
Bring your speargun and fishing license or your camera for one of  the best of Puget Sound shore dives. 
Plan on two dives with the minus tide at 10:30am. This sight has minimal currents even on big exchanges.

Saturday June 8th Dive KVI Tower Aritifical Reef

posted Jun 4, 2019, 10:19 AM by Gary Schnaith

Meet at 12:00 noon and KVI Tower Beach on Vashon Island for a 12:30 splash.
Bring two tanks for a 2nd dive. This sight is know to have Lingcod so bring your speargun
or your camera for one of the best dive sites in the south Puget Sound.

Sunday June 2nd shore dive at KVI Tower on Vashon Island.

posted May 28, 2019, 9:57 PM by Gary Schnaith

Meet at 9:00am for 9:30 splash. Bring 2 tanks for a 2nd dive. Bring your camera or your speargun for one of the South Sound's best shore dives.

Meeting Highlights - May 23rd - New Club Program coming soon

posted May 23, 2019, 8:32 AM by Editor SeaHorse   [ updated May 25, 2019, 2:37 PM ]

More than 20 Sea Horse members and guests learned fish identification in the Florida/Caribbean region of REEF. We also learned that a new program that will help people who are new to diving and new to the Club to take certification classes. Details on the program will be post soon.

May 23rd Indoor Meeting - Caribbean Reef Fish Identification

posted May 23, 2019, 8:31 AM by Editor SeaHorse

Ed Gullekson - Florida and Caribbean Fish ID

Have you been to the Caribbean or Florida, seen a bunch of cool looking fish and said “What the heck are those?” Well, this set of videos and the conversation with them will help you answer that question. Ed is a Level 3 REEF ( surveyor for this area and has made multiple trips there over several years. If you have mystery fish photos from past trips bring them and maybe we can figure out what they are. (A thumb drive would be the best way to bring the images.)

More information on REEF go to

Come join your fellow Seahorses for a great family-friendly meet up with some great friends, good food and cold beverages.

No-host dinner at 6, Program at 7 PM

Bellevue Brewing
1820 130th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98005

Photo and Video Contest Update

posted May 14, 2019, 12:11 PM by Editor SeaHorse

Greetings members.

Happy almost Summer. With the return of warmer weather and perhaps even a few more degrees in our local waters, it’s time to dust off the scuba gear (if you haven’t already), charge up the camera, refresh the memory cards, get out and dive and take pictures. Safely, of course.

With that said, our Seahorse Dive Club will hold our annual photo/video contest on October 24th. It will be hosted at the Diamond Knot Brew Pub in Mountlake Terrace (details will be announced later). This is a family event so feel free to bring your spouse, significant other, and kids to enjoy the food, and the incredible videos and photographs that our members will be entering. All attendees will be given the chance to vote.

This year, the categories are:

1) Video – this includes both video and multimedia presentations.
2) Above Water Dive Related - photographs taken above water that relate to diving
3) Cold Water Macro - photographs taken underwater in below 65-degree water at greater than 1 to 1 scale
4) Cold Water Wide Angle - photographs taken underwater in below 65-degree water at less than 1 to 1 scale
5) Warm Water Macro - photographs taken underwater in above 65-degree water at greater than 1 to 1 scale
6) Warm Water Wide Angle - photographs taken underwater in above 65-degree water at less than 1 to 1 scale
7) Novice - photographs taken by someone who has been doing underwater photography less than 1 year
8) 2019 Special Category: the ever photogenic Grunt Sculpin (see photo example on the FB page).

Special rules and regulations will be announced at a later date.

Mark your calendars and set the time aside.

Happy diving!!!

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