Tag: Antarctica

Antarctica




Polar Plunge in the Antarctic – The ultimate Polar experience

July 26th, 2018 by

The Polar Plunge in Antarctica is almost a rite of passage. Guests can sign up to, one by one, plunge safely into the frigid Southern Ocean. Waterproof explorer Carol Warman shared her freezing experience.  A beautiful, golden sunny morning and we were returning onboard after our first landing on a huge, crisp, crunchy white ice floe […]

Expedition diary – To the Antarctic with WATERPROOF

July 26th, 2018 by

It’s early morning. I’m sitting on the dock watching the sun rise over the southernmost crags of the Andes. A great day lies ahead. There are just a few clouds and a sun trail flares across the waters of the bay. Blue-eyed shags dive for fish; dolphin gulls loiter for scraps and, in the far […]

Meeting with Award winning wildlife Cinematographer Scott Portelli

July 3rd, 2018 by

“Being the ‘girl next door’ kind of person I feel blessed and humbled by the amazing people I have met over the years. I want to share these amazing persons with you because they inspire and give hope to the world. Life is too short but long enough to make a difference. Let’s see the world […]

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 […]