Northeast Underwater Explorers
St. Lawrence River Diving
GUE Technical Diving Courses
GUE Recreational Diver Education
A cornerstone of NEUE’s mission is education. Our founding instructor, Bob Sherwood, teaches GUE classes for both recreational and technical divers and now teaches GUE JJ Rebreather classes.
NEUE efforts include environmental conservation as well as wreck conservation and documentation in the St. Lawrence River. We also participate in Project Baseline, GUE’s conservation initiative.
Northeast Underwater Explorers (NEUE) is a regional Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) group focused on fostering and enabling the GUE community in the Northeastern United States. It is our hope that by connecting divers in this region we will facilitate social interaction that will result in more diving and training and, for those not familiar with GUE, an introduction to the GUE system.
- NEUE Projects: A. E. Vickery, St. Lawrence River, USA.
- NEUE Projects: Fish data gathering for the Thousand Islands Biological Station.
- Presentations to local school and community groups about scuba diving, GUE, and Project Baseline.
- Information booths at community events.
- Dive weekends at the St. Lawrence River and dive trips.
- Social events including BBQs at the river and dinner get-togethers at dive industry events.
About Bob Sherwood
With more than 25 years of experience as an exploration diver, educator, and instructor trainer, NEUE director Bob Sherwood is one of the top dive professionals in the United States.
Bob worked closely with Jarrod Jablonski during the formation of GUE and is the only GUE Instructor Trainer/Instructor Evaluator in the Northeast United States and Canada.
Bob shares his passion for exploration, teaching, and community-building with divers from all walks of life, from professional athletes to open water divers, in the United States and abroad.
Contact Bob today to continue or start your training. Call Bob at 607-765-3942.
Global Underwater Explorers
Developing safe, skilled, and knowledgeable divers
Undertaking and promoting underwater research
Pursuing global underwater exploration
Safeguarding the integrity of the underwater world
Global Underwater Explorers emerged out of a shared desire to safely explore and protect the underwater world and to improve the quality of scuba diving education.
Among the diving community GUE is best known for a rigorous style of training that seeks to establish high levels of diver proficiency by extending training time, establishing objective performance criteria, and requiring requalification among its instructors and divers.
Working to redefine the relationship between the average underwater enthusiast to underwater explorers, conservationists, and scientific researchers, GUE is committed to the overall goal of promoting the best interests of the underwater world.
Project Baseline is GUE’s grassroots, environmental conservation initiative and exists to support people who are invested in water quality and availability by providing a platform that gives voice to otherwise under- or undocumented aquatic areas.
Project Baseline is a global effort designed to record environmental change within the world’s aquatic environments. This change is measured over time by collecting scientifically relevant observations within a framework that enables contributions from those most invested in their local environment.
This long-term record of environmental change is essential in developing public awareness and organizing political action.