Although she initially had no interest in going deep, she now loves the peace she finds on very deep dives. She was inspired by Ahmed Gabr to dive deeper and attempt the women’s record. She also loves exploring new places, especially the canyons around her new home.
Jenny’s passion for diving shines through and she’s happiest when she’s in the water, whether it’s at 5m or 105m. She is also a keen underwater photographer and will often be found on her own watching the smallest creatures she can find waiting for that perfect shot.
Jenny has gained a first class reputation in the worldwide technical diving community as the ‘go to girl’ when an experienced support diver is required for dives well beyond the standard technical limits. She was the deepest female support diver on the Guinness world SCUBA depth record set in 2015 at 332.35m.
Although an obvious role model for women in diving, it is her skill set and experience and not the novelty of her gender that sets her apart from her peers. She has quickly become a fresh and enthusiastic public face of technical diving.
During the build up to her own record, Jenny will be supporting Leo Morales on his attempt to become the deepest disabled diver. She loves helping others achieve their goals, whether it’s going for a record or learning to scuba dive and introducing them to the world she loves so much.
Jenny Lord Diving Milestones
- August 2008 – Jenny Lord learned to dive in Salcombe, England
- June 2010 – She became a PADI professional diver
- September 2011 – She became a TDI technical diver
- September 2011- Jenny dived the famous Arch at the Blue Hole in Dahab, Egypt
- 18 September 2014 – Jenny Lord is the deepest female support for Ahmed Gabr’s world record dive to 332.35m
- February 2015 – She became a TDI technical instructor
- April 2015 – Jenny dive to 130m at the Blue Hole
- May 2015 – Dive to 150m at the Blue Hole
- January 2016 – Intova Ambassador for 2016
- February 2016 – PADI AmbassaDivers