One of our OMHC Members, Kayla Martin will be speaking on-line at the University of Toronto Hart House Underwater Club on Tuesday February 16th at 7 pm.
The event is free and open to all, so please share with your friends and family.
Giant Manta Rays! Shipwrecks! Curses!
Kayla’s presentation will include the “Seven Curses – The Fate of the Waome” and diving the cold, dark wrecks in Ontario.
However, many divers prefer warm water and coral reefs, so we will also venture to Hawaii with great ideas for shore diving as well as diving with the Giant Manta Rays of Kona.
Then back to Canada to dive the relatively warm waters of the St. Lawrence River for the history of shipwrecks in the region.
Kayla Martin has logged hundreds of dives exploring the history of Great Lake’s Shipwrecks and the beauty of tropical coral reefs.
Since 2014, in hopes of inspiring the next generation of divers, Kayla has been creating presentations to share her experiences and love of diving. She also organizes annual events for promoting Women in Diving. For the last four years she has been presenting at dive shows across North America, including the prestigious Our World Underwater Evening Film Festival in Chicago, where Kayla stood out as the youngest presenter in the 49-year history of the event. Currently Kayla is active doing field work with the Ontario Marine Heritage Committee and is the Membership Director with the Niagara Divers Association. She is in her third year of studying Applied Water Science (BSc) at Wilfrid Laurier University.