Meet Barbara Armstrong - she has just completed her 1000th dive with Scott at Scott’s Scuba Shop in Little Good Harbour, St Peter. Barbara started the sport at 50 when she was a grandmother. Her husband, Keith, had been diving for years. She loved it right away! “It’s so peaceful down there and calm, just beautiful,”says Barbara. This fearless lady has taken her sport seriously with courses at the British Sub Aqua Club, Rescue Diver by PADI and underwarter video courses. Barbara has dived around the island with many diving shops and is a Master Scuba Diver, the highest recreational qualification. Together they have travelled to Australia, New Zealand, Belize, the Dutch Caribbean, The Grenadines and many more but her favourite dive location is Saba in the Caribbean. “The people are so nice - we have been going there for years and feel like family now. Our favourite dive spot is Diamond Rock. They also have Pinnacles where you see sharks on every dive. So many big fish that you don’t see in Barbados anymore. Saba is a Marine Park that is strictly enforced” This fabulous lady is an inspiration to us all that we can take up a sport at any age and excel. Barbados has many interesting wrecks and diving locations so what are you waiting for?