Looking for gifts for divers? Or want to treat yourself to one? In this gift guide for divers you’ll find plenty of options!Read More
Former mermaid, now Divemaster!
Here’s the place where you’ll find dive spot guides, equipment reviews and everything wonderful diving!
I started my dive love story in 2010 – within a year I got certified as an Open Water, Advanced Open Water and Rescue Diver in Venezuela. 2014 I continued this liaison in Playa del Carmen, Mexico where I did my Divemaster training and also got my Nitrox certification. I’ve also worked as a dive guide on Cozumel for a couple of weeks – one of the best times!
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We know diving in the sea. We know diving in lakes. Diving in rivers we know too. Diving in abandoned quarries? That was new territory for me.Read More
Diving with sharks is much more exciting than an actual proposal! Every year bull sharks visit a certain area in Playa del Carmen and you can dive with them!Read More
I’ll tell you more about diving in a dry suit and share my personal learnings with you in my Dry Suit Learning Diary.Read More
Down below at 31m you’ll find the wrack Hilma Hooker. It sank 1984 off Bonaire’s coast. The dive spot is easy to reach and a little creepy too!Read More
One week will not be enough to discover all those beautiful dive sites in Bonaire. Unlimited shore dives, underwater scooters, wrecks, …Read More
Diving with Underwater Scooters in Bonaire During one of my first dive courses, I remember watching the PADI videos when they shortly talked about underwater scooters. Since then – that course dates back to 2010 – I’ve been looking for them more or less. I was never successful just until I found some underwater scooters in Bonaire for rent. Some of the local dive shops provide fun adventure dives and rent them. Of course, my boyfriend and I wanted to give them a try and had them for one of our morning dives. After a short introduction with a wonderful…Read More
Female Dive Bloggers that are as inspiring as the Ocean My fellow bubble makers! I’ve reached out to some really amazing dive bloggers out there and I’m super happy and proud to present some of them here. They are from all over the world, have taken so many different courses and we all share one thing: loving the ocean and not getting enough of diving. I’ve asked them all the same questions so you can get to know them better – plus: find my part in the end Cindy Landlust Landlust Around the World Tell us about yourself With a last…Read More
Review: Dive Mask Case by iQ I don’t own a lot of dive equipment, but I’m in love with my dive mask and I take it anywhere I go. Of course, I don’t want to pack it like it is, but want some protection so that the sealing doesn’t break. That had happened to me and I was even using a plastic box. But the plastic shivered and destroyed the sealing. Until recently I used the plastic box that came with the mask. It’s just very impersonal and I wanted something more colourful, so I went online and found this…Read More
Diving San Andrés with Blue Life Crystal clear water, warm water, colourful fish = that’s what awaits you when diving San Andrés! Little over two hours by plane is what it takes to get from Bogotá to San Andrés. A bit of mainland and the rest is ocean! San Andrés is located near Nicaragua and most people wouldn’t think it belongs to Colombia. And exactly this island was my destination for four days. I only had one plan: dive, dive, dive. I didn’t really care what else can be experienced on the island – I just wanted to spend three…Read More
Let’s dive in! MUSA Underwater Museum Isla Mujeres with Carey Diving A few years ago I first heard of MUSA – the Museo Subacuatico de Arte. Ever since I wanted to dive there and see it all for myself. This Underwater Museum was built aka sunk back in 2009. It’s not even the only one in the world – there’re others in the Caribbean and other places too, where you can find many sunken treasures. Let’s jump in – MUSA Isla Mujeres We’re starting right in the morning when we meet with Gilberto in his dive shop Carey Diving. Everything…Read More
Don’t ever dive in Cozumel There’s this little island. It belongs to Mexico and some of you might have heard about it. Many cruise ships (eewwww!) stop here. Others may know it because the diving is supposed to be “oh so spectacular”. Here is why you should never, and I mean never ever, dive in Cozumel: The reefs are ugly and there are hardly any fish left in the sea Turtles, colourful corals, two meter long moraines, poriferans, fish in the brightest colours, sharks, underwater arches and caves in stunning coral gardens, an ocean so warm you think you’re taking…Read More