The Los Angeles Black Underwater Explorers (LABUE) is a SCUBA diving club that has been dedicated to expanding the knowledge and enjoyment of SCUBA diving among African-Americans for more than 14 years.
LABUE strives to provide "something for everyone" in the exciting world of SCUBA diving. Supported by more than 100 members, LABUE has found success by offering a wide variety dive opportunities including beach dives, boat dives, tropical dive vacation trips to some of the most popular dive destinations on earth, and an array of enjoyable social and networking activities.
LABUE has something to satisfy a wide range of SCUBA diving skill levels; and dive interests from technical diving, to UW photography, hunting, UW archeology, and more. We also regularly introduces non-divers to the sport through our Discover Scuba Program.
LABUE general membership, committee members, and the board of directors are are volunteers who have worked together to take LABUE to new heights throughout the years. We have some wonderfully talented divers who dedicated themselves to scuba dive with the latest and at the most forefront guidelines and practices of the sport's standards.
We welcome men and women of all experience levels and diving interests to join us in sharing the benefits of safely participating in an exciting sport with a great group of people.
We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Times Mirror Conference Room in the The National History Museum of Los Angeles County at 900 Exposition Boulevard (between Vermont Ave and Figueroa St), Los Angeles, CA 90007, 213-763-DINO (next to Exposition Park).
Los Angeles Black Underwater Explorers