I am a Scuba Woman. In fact, I am a Senior Scuba Diver. Learning to scuba dive at 55, I have decided age is just a number. My mindset is youthful, though my body does not feel quite so young. My mantra 55 is the new 35 when you dive is being tested. I wouldContinue reading “55 & Scuba Diving? Be Scuba Strong & feel like you’re 35 again.”
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10 Essential Safety Rules to Become a Confident Scuba Diver
The underwater environment presents unique challenges and risks; divers can face serious injuries or even death without the right precautions. In this post, I list 10 essential safety rules that every diver should be aware of.
15 best practice tips to become a confident senior scuba diver
15 quick and easy tips any scuba woman can follow to become a confident senior scuba diver
7 Reasons I Love to Scuba Dive at Great Keppel Island
World Class Scuba Diving can be found from Great Keppel Island. Located on Australia’s Eastern Coast, Queensland there are many reasons The Keepels are some of my favorite dive sites.
Confident female scuba divers BWRAF, 5 point descent, and ascent
I revise BWRAF (Buddy Check) and help scuba women become confident divers by reviewing a 5-point descent and 5-point ascent.
8 good reasons to learn to scuba dive after 50
Have you ever thought about scuba diving but were too nervous? I explore why it is good to learn to scuba dive at any age. At 55 and love being a senior scuba diver.
What is scuba diving on enriched air and how to get nitrox certified
Helping women dive confidently I answer the many questions about diving on Nitrox. What is diving on nitrox? The qualifications you need, nitrox terminology, and the pros and cons of nitrox diving.
Scuba diving for women – how to become a confident scuba diver
Are you a woman scuba diver? Struggling with dive skills and feeling a little out of your depth? Are you a senior scuba diver new to the underwater world of diving. I have put together my 11 best tips to help you become a confident scuba woman.
Dwarf Minke Whales and their hero Dr. Alastair Birtles aboard Mike Ball Spoilsport
The Minke Whale Project’s Dr Alastair Birtles is aboard Mike Ball’s Spoilsport. Sharing his knowledge as we swim with Dwarf Minke Whales on the beautiful Ribbon Reefs, Great Barrier Reef
How does a scuba diver choose a reef safe sunscreen?
14 000 tonnes of sunscreen are washed into our coral reefs yearly, destroying 10% of our reefs. Reef safe sunscreen is an essential part of your suncare