SCUBA DIVING


There is nothing like the weightlessness and ‘worry-less’ ness of scuba diving.

I began scuba diving in April 2002. A cold but never-the-less exciting open water adventure, that put me firmly on the path of all things oceanic. Fascinated by strange subaquatic creatures, captivated by beautiful underwater landscapes and the enthralled by the overwhelming calm and peacefulness beneath the waves, it was an experience I never forgot.

Fifteen years on and my oceanic adventures continue taking me to locations all over the world. From the UK to the Caribbean, the Balearics to the Canaries, to Lundy Island with the seals, to the Great Barrier Reef, in an effort to witness first-hand the damage to the coral reefs. The site is a testament to my scuba adventures so far, and all the dives to come.


dive types


There is such diversity in diving from shore dives to underwater cave and ice diving. This is how I like to spend my time diving.

SHORE DIVING
100%
REEF DIVING
100%
WRECK DIVING
85%
BOAT DIVING
85%
SEASEARCH DIVING
85%