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

PADI Women in Diving: Dimpy Jacobs, Indonesian PADI Instructor & Marine Biologist

PADI Women in Diving: Dimpy Jacobs, Indonesian PADI Instructor & Marine Biologist

9 July, 2017 at 6:03 pm Comments are Disabled

Photo supplied by Murex Dive Resort In Indonesia, local female PADI Professionals aren’t common, but this didn’t stop Dimpy Jacobs, who was one of the first Indonesian females to earn her PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certification. Not only are female instructors few and far between here, but female marine […]

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8 Tips and Techniques for Wall Diving

8 Tips and Techniques for Wall Diving

24 May, 2017 at 8:47 pm Comments are Disabled

Photos supplied by Murex Dive Not all dive sites have flat bottoms or sloping reefs; in some parts of the world the geology of the area is nowhere more apparent than underwater where submerged coral encrusted walls form part of (or all) of a dive site. Walls can vary in […]

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How to Master Drift Diving

How to Master Drift Diving

30 April, 2017 at 9:08 pm Comments are Disabled

Diving in current can sound like a daunting experience and makes many divers nervous when trying it for the first time. Surprisingly, it’s actually one of the easiest ways of diving and can be super fun if you have a basic understanding and knowledge of tides and currents as well […]

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12 Tips for Preventing Underwater Camera Housing Leaks

12 Tips for Preventing Underwater Camera Housing Leaks

30 March, 2017 at 8:30 pm Comments are Disabled

There is a saying that there are two types of underwater photographer, those who have had a camera housing flood already and those who haven’t had a camera housing flood….yet. Camera floods do happen but there is always a reason for it and usually it comes down to a lack […]

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7 Reasons Why Divers Love Koh Tao (and Never Want to Leave)

7 Reasons Why Divers Love Koh Tao (and Never Want to Leave)

28 February, 2017 at 8:07 pm Comments are Disabled

Photo by David Scanlan Visit Koh Tao and you’ll understand why so many divers fall in love with the island and never want to leave. It’s not just the dive sites, beaches, atmosphere and vibe – it’s all of these things rolled into one – Koh Tao offers the complete […]

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Getting Started in Underwater Photography

Getting Started in Underwater Photography

22 February, 2017 at 7:20 pm Comments are Disabled

There are many reasons for getting in to underwater photography, you might already be a photographer and want to continue underwater, maybe you’re looking for a new challenge or perhaps you just want to capture your memories and share them with your family and friends. Whatever the reason may be, […]

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