Prince William Has A New Scuba Partner and His Wife Couldn’t Be Happier!

He Is Delighted Have A Companion on the More Technical Dives that Can Go to 90 feet or More

Prince William is known as an avid diver and now his wife can join him on the more technical dives. But…Kate Middleton and Scuba Diving? Yes Indeed! She Can Now Swim 98 Feet UnderwaterWhile she has been busy raising two children, she dedicated herself to passing the course. What was the motivation? She got tired of watching everyone else continue down on deep dives that she was not qualified for.

It’s no secret that they spend holidays in Mustique, a small private island that is part of St Vincent and the Grenadines. It is known for brilliant diving water, but some of the dives run deeper than 30 feet.


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She is a well-known fan of tennis, sailing, skiing and hockey but the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, can now add another sport to her impressive repertoire – scuba diving. The 33-year-old has passed an advanced scuba diving course and is a qualified diver, Kensington Palace has confirmed.

Having successfully completed the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Advanced Open Water Diver qualification, Kate is able to dive up to a depth of 30 metres, The Telegraph reports.

This is the most advanced qualification taken by most recreational divers, and means that the Duchess will be able to join her husband Prince William, an experienced diver, on more adventurous underwater trips.



Duchess Kate can now dive up to a depth of 30 metres in open water

The Duke of Cambridge and Kate’s family the Middletons regularly holiday in Mustique, where William has gone on deep dives to look for sharks. It is thought that Kate earned the qualification from a diving school in the private Caribbean island.

Kate’s decision to complete the diving course may have been influenced by her husband, who is a keen diver and last year took over his father Prince Charles to become the president of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC).

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