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Miss Scuba International

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Rules of Miss Scuba International

  • Are you allowed to be married?


  • Are you allowed to have kids?


  • Who is allowed to compete?


  • What are the phases of competition?

    Swimsuit/Fitness, Interview, Evening Gown


About Miss Scuba International

The Miss Scuba International pageant was held for the very first time in 2011. There has been many a beauty pageant held in the past, many embracing great causes, however none yet have focused on our oceans. Life on Earth as we know it, began with our Oceans. Thus, we decided that it is time that an event such as this is produced to celebrate, not only, the inner beauty and courage of today’s modern women, but also to simultaneously advocate worldwide marine conservation.

The Miss Scuba International Organization is founded by Mr Robert Lo who is also the proprietor of the Sipadan Mabul Resort (SMART) and Mabul Water Bungalows, and as such is a strong believer in sustainable development within the realms of our marine environment. He hopes that by sharing the beauty and wonders of the underwater world via Miss Scuba International, will enable more people to understand how fragile our oceans are and how we can all play our individual roles to make a big difference. Small accomplishments add up quicker than one might think.

The winning delegate of the Miss Scuba International competition will undertake a year of ocean conservation campaigns to educate and inspire the desire in all of us to do our best to safeguard our oceans. The pageant will also offer her a unique and comprehensive platform to launch her career and personal development within the industry.

Additionally, we also aim to promote safe diving practices through worldwide professional training organizations, and elevate international marine tourism and cultural appreciation. As people travel to far off destinations to dive, they also learn to appreciate the cultural diversity that makes our world such an interesting tapestry.

Although this is our first endeavor in such an event, we are confident in garnering support from those who are determined to see our Planet Ocean survive for many more generations to come.