In "My Home in the Sea: The Diving Memoirs of Norine Rouse," readers are immersed in the aquatic world of a true scuba-diving pioneer. As one of the first female scuba instructors ever certified, Norine co-founded the Scuba Club of Palm Beaches and devoted her life to exploring the mesmerizing realm beneath the waves.
Drawn from her meticulous handwritten journals, this memoir delivers a captivating account of Norine's multi-decade career. It showcases her profound love for sea turtles, her fearless encounters with sharks, and her insightful observations of countless marine species. It also offers a first-hand perspective on the impact of natural and man-made factors on coral reef environments.
Norine's entries, filled with the awe-inspiring wonder the reef instilled in her, provide a precious snapshot of the challenges and triumphs she experienced. "My Home in the Sea: The Diving Memoirs of Norine Rouse" is more than a book—it's a deep dive into an underwater world seen through the eyes of a woman whose spirit was as untamable as the sea itself.