More than 3/4’s of our earth is covered by water. We have fresh water lakes, ponds, rivers and streams. All you need is the ticket to begin exploring these wet wonderlands and you can earn that ticket by learning to dive through Northeast Scuba.
Northeast Scuba is a full service dive facility offering equipment sales, scuba instruction, repair services and travel. Conveniently located off of I-495 at Exit 34 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, we serve scuba diving and snorkeling enthusiasts from the Boston metro area, Southern New Hampshire (Nashua and Salem) as well as surrounding towns.
Scallop Dive: September 3rd
3 tank Scallop dive aboard the Daybreaker- $125.00 per diver
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Learn to Dive video
Ten Benefits of Scuba Diving
Try Scuba : This is an introductory session to let you see what scuba diving is all about.
Beginner Course (Open Water diver) : You complete all training with Northeast Scuba to include your open water dives.
Course Dates: July 28/29/30 (Full-waiting list), August 4/5/6, August 18/19/20, September 8/9/10
Open Water Referral: Complete the academic and confined water training with Northeast scuba and then take your referral to your warm water resort to complete your 4 open water dives.
Advanced Adventurer is for those divers wanting to learn skills and techniques associated with our specialty diver programs. 5 Dives.
Technical dive training for the diver looking to advance their skills and stay longer and maybe even deeper than recreational limits.
Upcoming Boat Charters
July 23, 1pm departure- Paddock Rock and Salt Rock – 6 Spaces available
August 13, 1pm departure – Kettle Island and Egg Rock – 6 Spaces available
Equipment Technician Course 10% off
Perfect Buoyancy Course 10% off
Try Scuba 10% off
Northeast Scuba has on staff an instructor certified through the Handicapped Scuba Association. Whether you or a friend really wants to scuba dive, adaptive scuba may be the answer. Being differently enabled does not mean you can’t enjoy the excitement of exploring the underwater world. It simply mean your scuba training has to be adapted to your abilities. We can help if you want to learn to dive.
Back in the early ’80s I was on a dive trip to Bonaire, staying at Capt. Don’s Habitat. It was my great pleasure to find that a group from MIT, The Moray Wheels, were also staying at the Habitat the same week. Stan Waterman, a renowned underwater cinematographer was with the group and filmed their adventures during the week. These individuals did not let any sort of disability slow them down or prevent them from diving. They enjoyed the ocean as much as I did, if not more so.
Check out the video below, “Linda scuba dives in Bonaire” for a better understanding of adaptive diving and the excitement it brings.
Lobster season is here!
Make sure your lobsters measure up to legal standards! There’s no excuse for having an illegal lobster in your catch.
Oxygen Tank Explodes– See Current Events for more detail.
Traveling with other divers is always an exciting and unique experience. Northeast Scuba typically offers two or more dive trips to exotic (i.e. warmer!) locations each year. Some of our past trips included Grand Cayman, Bonaire, Turks and Caicos, Palau, Trukk, Cozumel, Wakatobi, and Belize. Locally we have planned dive trips off Gloucester and Rockport and to the Thousand Island area of upstate New York and Canada, Eastport in Maine, Rhode Island (German u-boat) and many nearby dive sites. Check out our upcoming trip to Indonesia. We also have Cayman Brac as a destination for October 2017.
We will be in the Phillippines in 2019 and on the Arenui diving Komodo in 2020.Click on the highlighted Komodo for a great video of diving Komodo aboard the Arenui. Manta Ray video from Diving Komodo aboard the Arenui.
Whale Sharks Video
Local diving is quite varied in our New England waters and there is much to see. Many divers don’t realize we have a very diverse population of marine life, wreck diving sites as well as many opportunities for hunting/catching underwater. Northeast Scuba often uses several local charter services to schedule boat dives, hunting trips and general exploration.If diving on some of our deeper wrecks holds interest for you then you will find we have connections to those seldom visited sites. If you want to dive locally then we assist you with your diving plans.
Please stop in and talk to us about the exciting world of diving and how you can become a diver or if you already dive, how you might advance your diving skills and knowledge or use our services to improve your diving experience.
Pro-Snorkeling Course: $135.00
Includes training on a Full Face Snorkel Mask (and you get to keep the mask when the training is completed).
Full Face Snorkeling masks are taking over the snorkeling world. They make it easier to enjoy fish and reef watching by just lying in the water and breathing. The mask does not fog up, the snorkel is built in and best of all, the viewing area of the full face mask is larger than typical masks thus making your viewing area even great.
The Northeast Scuba Pro Snorkeling class provides you with not only the proper training for snorkeling and the use of the Full Face mask but it also includes the mask. AT the end of the course the mask you use during the pool training session is your’s to keep. That’s right, the class fee covers 2 hours training in the pool and the mask. You can’t get better than this! There is something better, we have added the SSI on-line training for Snorkeling at absolutely no additional charge. If fact, you will also have access to the Try Scuba program, the Free Diving program and the first 3 chapters of the SSI Open Water Diver course at no additional charge. We want to make sure your experience in the water is enjoyable, safe and possibly leads to other exciting ventures beneath the waves.
Course Date: March 4th, March 25th, April 8th, April 29th, May 13th and May 20th.(Additional classes for the summer will be posted by early May).
Call us at 978-256-2300 or email email@example.com to enroll in this course.
We now have the full face snorkeling mask with the oval port design.
- For Medium-Large Faces (110 lbs+)
- Mask offers 180 degree view
- Totally Dry Snorkel
- Perfect for the novice to the experienced snorkeler
- Dry Snorkel Technology eliminates water entry the mask without sacrificing performance
- Top prevents water from entering
- One-way purge valve for effortless clearing
- COLORS: Blue, green, red or white
- Snorkeling Mask – Not for Scuba Diving
Check our current event page for updates on local diving adventures.
Lobster dives, Seal Dives, fun dives and more.
Are Lionfish a threat to our reefs?
Click on Lionfish for a video that shows what’s happening to our reefs in the Atlantic!
Repair services on most major lines of equipment. Most repairs completed within 7-10 days, hydros generally within 7 days.
- Hydro tests and visual inspections
- Regulator repair
- BCD repair
- Dry suit repair
Air Fills: By the tank or purchase a 20 fill card and save.
Scubapro, Sherwood, Genesis, DUI, Henderson, Deep See and many others. Yearly Maintenance and Repair services are available for regulators, BCDs, dry suits, tanks and tank valves. Northeast scuba also offers a complete assortment of rental diving gear as well as a nice selection of used equipment for sale.