Very few people have dived here in the Arctic ocean, which has remained relatively unscathed from the impact of industrial society.
To compensate for the cold water, life is bigger and brighter than in temperate or tropical waters – like the giant King Crabs (or Kamchatka Crabs, the biggest measure 2 metre from claw to claw) or fierce looking wolffish - the only fish that has teeth strong enough to attack an adult King Crab.
Ship wrecks, even wooden structures, are well preserved by the low temperatures of the Arctic Ocean and held together by the prolific life that tends to grow on them.
We take great care in our diving practices to keep this unique environment intact for future generations of divers and work closely with underwater photographers and marine biologists. We fully subscribe to the Valetta convention on shipwrecks.
Safety is a priority for us. All our staff are trained in First Aid and as DAN Advanced Oxygen Providers; oxygen and first aid equipment are on board for every dive trip.
We currently have over 20 dive sites that we regularly invite people to dive at. They range from colourful scenic dives over fast drift dives to wreck dives, ice diving and deep dives - the variety is big and even the most experienced diver will enjoy himself.
Click here for a selection.
Click here to see an interactive sea chart of our area.
We offer dive training from beginner to leadership level with the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), Emergency First Response (EFR), Divers Alert Network (DAN), Ocean Reef Full Face Masks (OR)and Disabled Divers International (DDI). Click on the links below for more information: