Fort Erie Underwater Recovery Unit & SCUBA Club  contact

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Dive safely   Protect the environment

a registered not-for-profit-organization 

Dive the Niagara with us?  


All divers welcome

 Located at Lewis Street and the beautiful Niagara River in Fort Erie, Ontario, map our building was originally constructed in 1902 as a municipal water pumping station.  Today, it is owned by the membership and functions primarily as a scuba club. 

The FEURU was originally founded in 1961 to facilitate the recovery of persons and property lost in the area watercourses. While we still provide the public with underwater search and rescue operations, we do so purely on a voluntary basis.

Members in good standing have complete access to the club house and all amenities; compressor, tanks, regulators, dive computers, Zodiac boat, motor and trailer and great fellowship!

Membership in the FEURU is open to all certified scuba divers from Rec. to Tec.  Family memberships are also welcome and encouraged. Interested? application

Many thanks to our sponsors: (click for website) More links here

               A great group of people with a common interest in DIVING!

Meeting Minutes (members only)

Contact: e-mail: info@feuru.com Unit Phone 905-871-3681 , snail mail 560 Niagara Blvd. Fort Erie ON, Canada L2A6V6

2014 Executive:

  • President. . . . . . . . . . . Jim Traves

  • Vice President. . . . . . . Donna Wood

  • Secretary/Treasurer . . Doug Leonard

  • Property Chairman . . . Mike Larocque; Gary Clermont assistant

  • Chief Diver. . . . . . . . . .Al Murphy

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