Niagara Divers' Association (NDA)
was founded in 1988 and currently has about 50 members from
around the Niagara Region (Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada). We have
one of the most ambitious dive schedules in Ontario. Just about
every weekend from Mid-May to the end of September, we're somewhere in
the Southern Great Lakes. We cater to all levels of divers, and are one
of the very few clubs that offers challenging diving to even the
most advanced of divers. From Novice to Trimix, we have
something for everyone. In the spring, we host our annual
Lake Erie Mooring Project
River - Lake Sturgeon Project
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Divers' Association will present its 25th Annual Shipwrecks Symposium,
"Shipwrecks/2019" on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Centennial High School,
240 Thorold Road, Welland, Ontario. This is the same location we have
used for the last 22 years and features an 1100 seat auditorium with
theater style seating and an excellent sound system.
As in the past, we have plans for
numerous multimedia presentations by both world renowned and local
speakers. Lunch, refreshments and door prizes will be included.
Speakers will have tables and meet with guests during breaks and lunch.
A display area is available for non-profit diving related groups and Gold Level sponsors.
Planning for our
25th annual one-day symposium on shipwrecks, Shipwrecks/2019 is
ALL PRIMARY PRESENTATIONS HAVE BEEN SELECTED AND ARE NOW
POSTED ON OUR SPEAKERS & PRESENTATIONS PAGE.
SHORT PRESENTATIONS REQUIRED
We are still looking for several short, 5 minutes
maximum, presentations (primarily to introduce new topics or
presenters). All presentations should be shipwreck-related and we try
for an even split between recreational and technical topics.
Please forward a brief overview of your presentation and
a brief biographical sketch to the Shipwrecks Committee at: InfoShipwrecks
Dive For a Cure
The 5th annual NDA Dive for a Cure event was held
October 5, 2014 at the Welland Scuba Park. $10,700 was raised
thanks to all the registered divers, bubblewatchers, volunteers and
The first four years we raised $7500, $8500, $9000 and $10,000 respectively,
which we donated to the Canadian Cancer Society through registrations,
donations, food sales, etc.
This brings our five year total to $45,700 !!
We regret that due to increased insurance costs and other logistical problems our Dive For a Cure event is on hold at the present time.