Tag: Polar Snorkeling

Polar Snorkeling




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 […]

Expedition diary – Winter Whales of Norway

July 26th, 2018 by

“Got any travel plans?” asked Tony, when I saw him the pub, “You know, get away from the cold British winter?” “Yes”, I replied. “We’re going snorkeling”. “Caribbean? Red Sea? Maldives?” “No, we thought we’d try Norway”. Tony inhaled some of his beer. “Oh yeah?” he spluttered, “Tell me another!” “No really … in the […]

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 […]