Based on several factors including the expected wind chill factor, the Club will not have a formal presence at the Polar Bear Dive. Sadly, this puts our run on as the Best Represented Club at the end. We will be back! We wish Clear Springs, Grapevine Scuba and all those participating a safe and warm New Year!

While the Club may not have a formal presence this is a CSSP event not a Rebel event. I don't want anyone to be confused and not go thinking that CSSP canceled. If you planned to participate and the conditions are agreeable to you to participate, that is a decision you best make for yourself.

For more info go to http://www.clearspringsscubapark.com/
Click on the Polar Bear Dive button on the left menu and then the top logo for more info.

 

CLEAR SPRINGS 17th ANNUAL POLAR BEAR DIVE

 

Come join the Diving Rebels at our first outing of 2018 as we participate in Clear Springs Scuba Park’s (CSSP’s) 17th Annual Polar Bear Dive!

We had a great turnout at the 2017 event, continuing our winning streak as “Best Represented Dive Club” for the sixth consecutive year! And Travis Wells won the “Beary Long Driving Award” for traveling the longest distance to dive. Let’s keep that winning tradition going in 2018!

The 2018 CSSP Polar Bear Dive will be held at Clear Springs Scuba Park, 8131 County Rd. 346, Terrell, TX 75161 on Monday, January 1, 2018. On January 1, the dive entry fee at CSSP will be $30.00; the entry fee for observers will $5.00. Sign-up for the Polar Bear Dive will begin at 10:00 am. Breakfast will be served compliments of Grapevine Scuba. Divers will enter the water at 11:00, and all diving will end at 12:00 pm. After the dive, awards will be handed out in the following categories:

• Best Represented Dive Shop: awarded to the dive shop with the most divers in the water; the winner receives one-year banner space on CSSP!

• Best Represented Dive Club: awarded to the dive club with the most divers in the water; the winner receives one-year banner space on CSSP!

• Beary Long Diving Award: awarded to the diver that logs the longest single dive

• Beary Long Driving Award: awarded to the diver that travels the longest distance to dive

• Beary Bravest Award: awarded to the diver who logs the longest dive with just scuba, swimsuit, and hood  

• Beary Youngest Bear: awarded to the youngest diver

• Beary Oldest Bear: awarded to the oldest diver

• Beary Wimpy Award: awarded to the diver who logs the shortest dive

For more information about the Polar Bear Dive, see Clear Spring’s website at http://clearspringsscubapark.com/, look for more information about the outing on the Facebook page, or contact Jim Magnuson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (469) 426-6319.