Blue Seafaris

About us

Blue Seafaris is a collective of passionate ocean explorers and adventurers. We are here to guide you on life-defining experiences with the great whales, dolphins, orca, manta rays, turtles, sharks and other iconic species.

Who We Are

Scott Wilson - Director

Scott Wilson is an award winning underwater photographer and cinematographer, focused on breath hold encounters with large marine animals.

Scott has been diving for over 30 years, and while he loves nothing more than the Ocean, he is equally at home in the bush. Formal education includes studies in Environmental Science and Indigenous Knowledges, and a diploma of Marine Science. Scott worked for many years with the First Nations people of Australia in the performing Arts and Cultural Education. Coming from a strong yoga background, and with over 20 years of self practice and extensive teacher training, this foundation compliments a lifetimes experience underwater on Freedive, SCUBA and CCR. Scott is a certified PADI and AIDA freedive instructor, facilitating freedive/yoga events in Tonga, Byron Bay, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, West Papua, Norway and Timor Leste.

Cindy Yang

Cindy Yang is a passionate water woman with vast experience freediving, spearfishing and surfing around the Globe.

For over two decades, Cindy has been captivated by the ocean, immersing herself in surfing, freediving, and spearfishing. This deep connection fueled her passion for sharing the it's beauty and tranquility with others. In 2018, Cindy became a dedicated freediving coach through Molchanovs Education,the world's leading freediving certification platform and was mentored by some of the best freedivers in the world. She guides students to safely explore the ocean depths, experiencing awe-inspiring seascapes and encountering marine life firsthand. Her teaching philosophy emphasizes safety and fosters a deep respect for the ocean and its inhabitants. Her coaching style is calm, supportive, and person-centred, a perfect choice for those seeking a transformative freediving experience. Cindy's extensive ocean experience has honed her knowledge of animal behavior and ocean conditions. This expertise allows her to lead unforgettable animal encounters, including whale swims, ensuring you witness marvellous creatures in their natural habitat with the utmost respect. Her commitment to ocean conservation guarantees a responsible and educational experience for everyone involved.

Jordan Robbins

Jordan Robins is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning, ocean wildlife and ocean art photographer based in Jervis Bay, Australia. Holding a special place in his heart, Jordan is lucky enough to call this beautiful coastal region of southern NSW his home.

Growing up and living near the ocean, Jordan developed a connection with, and passion for marine environments from a young age – with endless days spent surfing, snorkelling, diving or fishing. With a background in science, Jordan continues to engage and develop his understanding of marine environments and wildlife, bringing a greater awareness and appreciation to the worlds captured in his award-winning photographs. Jordan is recognised for his “Over/Under” photography – a style of underwater photography which captures both above and below the water in one image. This technique brilliantly combines the familiar terrestrial world with alien marine worlds. Through his unique images, Jordan captures breathtaking scenes which express a deep respect for the ocean and its inhabitants. Jordan’s unique work has been recognised on a global scale, having his work published by National Geographic Traveller Magazine, Australian Geographic Magazine, National Geographic Kids Magazine, Capture Magazine and many other prestigious publications. Jordan also had the privilege of being awarded Australian Photography Magazines 2017 Photographer of the year, with a series of his “Over/Under” underwater images winning him the overall title.Jordan hopes that his photography can inspire others, while helping to increase awareness around the ocean environment’s fragility, and need for preservation – so future generations can engage and enjoy it as much as he does.

Jonas Beyer

Jonas is a polar regions specialist, spending his time between Antarctica, South Georgia, Norway, Greenland and Svalbard. Jonas loves polar light and capturing the incredible wildlife these regions are home to. He is as capable beneath the water as on the snow and ice, and loves swimming with Humpback whales and Orca

Jonas moved to Greenland in 2012 to work as an activity guide for the United States Air Force. After living in Greenland he then moved to Svalbard and became a Dog Sledding Guide in 2014. From 2015 to 2016 he had his own carpentry company in Denmark but was not done with the Arctic so he moved back to Thule, Greenland in 2017. Not only interested in the polar regions, Jonas also spent a lot of time diving in Asia, where he developed a keen interest in underwater photography. In the last several years, he has been diving in cold environments and has had the pleasure to swim with Orca and Humpback whales in Norway. With his passion in photography, Jonas has also held photography workshops in Denmark, Uganda, Norway, Antarctica, and Greenland. What Jonas really enjoys about being a guide or leading a workshop is to share his passion, and to give guests the absolute best experience possible.