I started diving in 2005. I became a dive master in 2014 and an instructor in 2016 so I could share the beauty of the world underwater with others.
My passion lies in recreational diving. I enjoy cave, wreck and deep diving.
The freedom you have underwater is like no other place in the World.
I'm a specialist deep diver. The main reason to dive deep is to see things that you can't see at shallower depths.
It's quite common for well preserved wrecks to be found in deeper water, as the greater depth means less exposure to surface surge. You will also find that different marine life exists at different depths. On tropical reefs it's common to find healthier coral at greater depths as there is less exposure to the sun. Many fish and other marine creatures also prefer greater depths.
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