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

An Introduction to Muck Diving – Getting Down and Dirty

An Introduction to Muck Diving – Getting Down and Dirty

25 July, 2016 at 11:44 pm Comments are Disabled

Less than 30% of our planet is made up of land so as divers we are extremely privileged to be able to explore some of the other 70%. Not all of our oceans are bordered by coral reefs however, with some excellent diving and stunning marine life able to be […]

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Why More Women Should Become Divers

Why More Women Should Become Divers

11 July, 2016 at 6:39 pm Comments are Disabled

Based on feedback from many male and female divers, we have made some edits to the original article. Scuba diving is becoming increasingly popular with women, but unfortunately there are still disparities between genders in this adventure sport, with a significantly higher number of men becoming certified compared to women. Read on […]

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10 Things a PADI Pro Never Leaves Shore Without

10 Things a PADI Pro Never Leaves Shore Without

22 June, 2016 at 8:45 pm Comments are Disabled

Ever wondered how a PADI Pro always manages to have everything you ask them for? Here we list 10 key items that a Pro will never leave shore without. Learn from their experience and make sure you pack all that you need to ensure a great day of diving! Be […]

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7 Reasons Why Your Next Family Holiday Should Be a Scuba Diving Holiday

7 Reasons Why Your Next Family Holiday Should Be a Scuba Diving Holiday

24 May, 2016 at 11:18 pm Comments are Disabled

Are you trying to decide where to go and what to do on your next family holiday? Trying to balance out the wants and needs of everyone in your group? Why not try something new and exciting which will bring you together AND give you a choice of incredible destinations? […]

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Liveaboard Diving Indonesia: The Why’s and How’s

Liveaboard Diving Indonesia: The Why’s and How’s

1 May, 2016 at 10:21 pm Comments are Disabled

Indonesia, with its thousands of tiny islands, makes for some phenomenal liveaboard opportunities, especially when you travel further east across the archipelago to where there are few shore based operators. Liveaboard Diving Indonesia Liveaboards not only give you access to some of the most remote and pristine dive sites of […]

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10 Easy Ways to Protect the Ocean 365 Days a Year

10 Easy Ways to Protect the Ocean 365 Days a Year

29 April, 2016 at 6:10 am Comments are Disabled

As divers, we are ambassadors for the underwater environment with a shared responsibility to help protect the ocean and its inhabitants. Whether you’re a regular diver or someone who dives once or twice a year on holiday, there are easy ways that you can help protect the ocean 365 days […]

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