Sarah Wormald


Sarah Ann Wormald is a writer, PADI Master Instructor and an underwater photographer. In her spare time she loves to... well, write, take photographs and dive! Sarah also loves cycling, cooking and planning her next diving expeditions.

Recent blog posts written by Sarah Wormald

Raja Ampat, Indonesia: Unparalleled Diversity in the Heart of the Coral Triangle

Raja Ampat, Indonesia: Unparalleled Diversity in the Heart of the Coral Triangle

5 April, 2018 at 5:17 pm Comments are Disabled

All Photos by Aaron Wong The Man Behind the Shot Aaron Wong is a certified PADI Divemaster and an underwater photographer who started out his photography career in fashion. After developing an eye for detail which stands him in good stead below the surface, he now spends much of his […]

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Dive Into a World of Opportunities

Dive Into a World of Opportunities

22 March, 2018 at 9:34 pm Comments are Disabled

Are you thinking about pursuing a career in the diving industry? Do you have a burning passion for diving but are not sure of how to turn it into a sustainable income? Are you a PADI Instructor and want to broaden your horizons beyond teaching courses? The greatest thing about […]

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Leave Your Stresses at the Surface

Leave Your Stresses at the Surface

17 January, 2018 at 5:54 pm Comments are Disabled

With busy schedules, family commitments and constant parties to attend or plan, life can get stressful. When you’re organising your holidays and weekends, remember that you need to have some fun too! One of the best ways to relax and get away from the endless decisions and complications life throws […]

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Your Guide to Diving in Australia

Your Guide to Diving in Australia

30 October, 2017 at 6:04 pm Comments are Disabled

Australia is a dream diving destination for many divers, and if it’s not on your bucket list, it should be! Not only is Australia home to the Great Barrier Reef, it offers diverse dive sites and phenomenal marine life, including endemic species, the whole way around its coastline. Here’s just […]

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PADI Master Scuba Diver: More Than Just Bragging Rights

PADI Master Scuba Diver: More Than Just Bragging Rights

18 October, 2017 at 5:50 pm Comments are Disabled

The PADI Master Scuba Diver (MSD) rating is considered the highest recreational diving level and is often referred to as the “Black Belt” of scuba diving. PADI Rescue Divers who have also completed 5 individual PADI Specialty Courses can apply for their MSD rating. Some people take on the challenge just […]

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Recycling Myths Trashed

Recycling Myths Trashed

18 September, 2017 at 9:32 pm Comments are Disabled

We all know that recycling is an important issue and as divers we have seen the effects of plastic in our oceans. Are we doing enough? Here are some common myths about recycling which may be holding us back from doing more to help Mother Nature and protect our beautiful […]

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