Category: Arctic

Triplogs from our expeditions to the Arctic circle.




White Sea Ice Diving Triplog – February / March

April 13th, 2016 by
Scenery with Flippers

Arctic 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 locations without boundaries, reminding the sphere of imagination at […]


Interviews with Polar Snorkelers

April 13th, 2016 by

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 […]


Underwater Photography in the Polar Regions

April 11th, 2016 by

Introduction After taking both still and video images in the Polar Regions for more than 10 years, Göran Ehlmé (Co-founder of Waterproof Expeditions) likes to share his experiences with you and give youbsome advise on photography, techniques and equipment for your expedition to the Antarctica or the Arctic. The Polar Oceans are some of the most […]


FAQ’s about Polar Snorkeling

April 2nd, 2016 by

Designed for the more adventurous traveller, Polar Snorkelling is a unique activity that offers the chance to discover what lies beneath the icy Polar waters. This great activity, offered on Waterproof Expeditions’ small ship Cruises and Expeditions, allows travellers to enjoy a ‘full concept’ for Polar experiences, exploring new sites above and below the water. […]