Babes enter dive beauty pageant

German lifestyle magazine looking for a modern-day mermaid

Author: Pat
15th July 2012
 

Dive babes

Are you a hot diving chick with many talents, nudge, nudge? If so, SeaStar is looking for you.

Applications are now being accepted for the 2012 SeaStar dive modelling competition.

applicants should look good in a bikini

Seastar is a German lifestyle magazine and web TV outfit, preoccupied with photographing fit laydeez in exotic locations wearing a bikini.

Girls aged between 18 and 35 are invited to apply now for the 2012 beauty pageant, which will take place this coming November.

It’s billed as a bit of a cross between ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’, ‘Shipwrecked’, and ‘Miss World’. Successful entrants will be flown to Thailand to be photographed above and below the water, face outdoorsy challenges including snakes, sharks and spiders, and, er, visit luxury hotels to meet tourism chiefs.

The 8 semi-finalists will also undergo a PADI course as part of their adventure, as well as ‘teamwork’, ‘courage’ and ‘adventure’ testing.

Most importantly they will be judged on who is deemed ‘the coolest’ babe.

With the gruelling challenges complete, an esteemed panel of judges including a German bloke called Martin and a Facebook group of teenage boys will cast their votes.

Miss SeaStar will win a load of Mares dive gear, a photoshoot in SeaStar Magazine, swimwear, clothes and luggage. Plus the knowledge that she’s the fittest, innit.

So if you’re female, look good in a bikini and have what it takes to be Miss SeaStar 2012, then post your number on the British Diver Facebook page… I mean, visit the SeaStar Discovery Facebook page for more info.

 
 
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