Scarlett D. Watts , 2001
Scarlett has been diving for 26 years. She received her open water certification at the age of 12 and became a diving instructor by the age of 18. Scarlett is a world record holding, expert, veteran, and specialty diver. In March 1999, she set the world record for women’s deep air diving, to the depth of 425 feet in Cozumel, Mexico. Scarlett holds expert training credentials from Scuba Schools International and the Professional Scuba Association Deep Air Institute; these include nitrox and cave diving. At present she is the manager of Mr. Scuba in Orlando, Florida.