Your trusted resource for water sports.
As you can see below, we’re a diverse bunch from all around the globe.
But there’s at least one thing we all have in common: a deep passion for our favorite water sport.
Our goal is to share this passion with you!
We strive to offer you the most practical advice and helpful tips regarding your favorite water sport – based on our many years of direct experience.
Our articles also regularly answer questions many of our readers have and seek reliable answers to.
Meet the Team
British born Dan is a PADI scuba instructor based in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el Sheikh since 2010.
Certified to recreational and technical levels, including rebreathers, Dan enjoys nothing more than inspiring safe, enjoyable, and environmentally responsible scuba diving.
When not guiding or teaching divers, Dan enjoys biking and hiking in Sharm’s desert surroundings.
If you would like to contact Dan, you can email him at moc.o1685889605ohay@1685889605nadal1685889605ucrep1685889605.
Originally from Germany, Florian first got on a windsurfing board as a young teenager during holidays in Egypt.
After he bought his first own windsurfing equipment a few years later, he would regularly drive up to the German coast, nearby lakes or to the neighboring, wind-blessed Netherlands.
Ever since he moved to Cyprus, he’s been able to enjoy the consistent winds of the Mediterranean Sea and go windsurfing most of the year.
Jaime lives near the Rocky Mountains where she spends her free time exploring the local trails.
Whether she’s hiking, four-wheeling or paddling through the water, she has a deep appreciation for the beauty that is found in nature.
When she’s not on an adventure, she’s writing about them so that others can discover the amazing things that happen when they choose to venture off the beaten path.
Growing up in Cape Town, South Africa, Robert Elgar is no newbie when it comes to ocean sports.
Rob has been surfing since he was a kid, and later teaching others to surf, so he is as familiar with the ocean as he is with the land.
Now living in Malaysia, Rob alternates between his Divemaster work and heading to Indonesia to hit some of the world’s most famous breaks.
If you would like to contact Rob about surfing, Scuba Diving or freelance writing, you can email him at moc.l1685889605iamg@1685889605bor391685889605551685889605.
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