Visible light communication (VLC) has the potential to serve as a high-speed underwater wireless connectivity solution to support real-time image and video transmission. Underwater propagation medium imposes additional challenges on the design of VLC systems which were originally proposed for indoor applications. Temperature and salinity fluctuations result in fluctuations of the refractive index of seawater and eventually introduce turbulence-induced fading. In this paper, to mitigate the effects of fading, we propose transmit laser selection for a diverto-diver underwater VLC link where the transmitter has multiple laser sources and the receiver has one photodetector. The source with the highest received instantaneous signal-to-noise ratio is selected for transmission while the remaining sources remain idle. We derive a closed-form expression for asymptotical bit error rate over log-normal distributed underwater turbulence channels and derive the achievable diversity order. We further present simulation results to confirm our derivations and diversity gain analysis.