Women in Diving - Page

July 8, 2019

 

 

Page and Karee (You'll meet Karee later) started diving with us about 15 years ago...first there was 2, then 4, then 6 and now a full complement of 8 awesome, funny women fill our boat once a year for one of our most fun weeks!  She is a confident and competent diver, and she and Karee instilled confidence and good dive skills in the divers that came after them!  We appreciate their humor, their competence, their love of the marine world, and their friendship,  and look forward to their visit each year! Here's what Page has to say about her diving journey to date!

 

Name:   Page

 

Day Job:  Self employed

 

Certification Level:             Rescue diver

 

How many years i’ve been diving: 20 years

 

Favorite dive buddy:  Karee Lang

 

Do you own your own dive gear?  Yes

 

How often do you dive?  2-4 trips a year, ~ 10-20 dives

 

How long have you been a ‘Flamingo Diver’?:  maybe 15 years?

 

My Favorite TCI Dive site is:  G Spot, French Cay or Tons of Sponge, West Caicos

 

My Favorite thing to see on a dive is:  TCI: Eagle Ray, turtles and flamingo tongues.  More and more observing fish quirky behavior

 

Macro or Big Stuff?  Both

 

Top of my marine life bucket list?  Schooling hammer heads are next on the list

 

If i had one dive trip to choose anywhere in the world I would go:  Raj Ampat or Galapagos

 

Favorite thing about the sport of diving:  the peace under the water while exploring another world

 

Favorite dive moment to date:  Love any swim throughs and exploring.  Swimming with whale sharks and sea lion in Sea of Cortez

 

What marine life environmental cause is near and dear to your heart (ie, plastic garbage, over fishing, captive mammals, whaling, shark finning or?)  plastic and garbage

 

Diving is my happy place because:  I am able to leave the chaos of my job and enjoy the order of the ocean

 

What else can you tell us about your diving journey to date? (any obstacles you’ve over come, what has surprised you, loved, etc):  getting lost unable to find the boat… became a periscope to peep above the surface to re-focus in order to get back.  Yes, broke the rules but respectfully took my time and aware of surroundings.

 


 

 

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