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FAQ’s about the Aurora Borealis – Northern lights

Written by Waterproof Expeditions Contributor

During a number of our expeditions we admire the dancing green lights of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights in the sky.  We admire them when we snorkel with Orcas in Norway or during our Ice diving trips at the White Sea in Russia. And though Heineken claims to play an... more

White Sea Ice Diving Triplog – February / March

Written by Waterproof Expeditions Contributor

Scenery with FlippersArctic Circle, Russia, White Sea February 27th – March 07th Geographical maps state that the Big North starts at 66°33’ North latitude (Polar Circle) and finishes at 90° of the North Pole. To face facts, the Big North and the lands around Polar Arctic Circle are... more

Interviews with Polar Snorkelers

Written by Waterproof Expeditions Contributor

Maureen Cox (68), Australia;   Are you a scuba diver ? Yes, I am a warm water diver (18 degrees C. and more) from Perth. Are you a dry suit diver ? No, I only dive in a wetsuit ? Why did you opt for Polar Snorkeling and not Polar Diving ? Because where I... more

Galapagos – Dive into the wild

Written by Pierre-Yves Cousteau

SealOcean, how I missed you. Wild and free, alive. Still full of promise, mystery and surprise. A blood moon rises as the Galapagos Sky sets sail to explore the coastal waters of the Galapagos Islands. A variety of passengers, both in nationality and profession, further adds... more

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