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Video – Norwegian championship of underwater photography 2017

In Diving in Norway, Stories On 12. september 2017 0 Comments

Last year we won the gold and silver medal in the Norwegian Championship of underwater photography. This year we took on completely different roles. As leader of one of… Read More »

The story of a caring father – the Lumpfish

In Diving in Norway, Stories, Ukategorisert On 8. juli 2017 0 Comments

If you dive in the North Atlantic ocean you have probably met the Lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumps). This funny looking fish is often trying to chase divers away from their… Read More »

Diving down to a WW2 time-capsule – The wreck of Mosel

In Diving in Norway On 4. juni 2017 0 Comments

On the 15th of October 1944, hell broke loose outside Brekkestø on the south coast of Norway. 38 British air planes dived down from the sky and released… Read More »

Norway in a nutshell – Gulen Dive Resort

In Diving in Norway On 14. mai 2017 2 Comments

A lot of wrecks, a healthy kelp forest, steep walls, colorful soft corals, exiting marine life and potentially breathtaking visibility. Add a friendly staff, excellent accommodations and a… Read More »

Gulen Dive Resort – Highlights from Easter 2017 – Video

In Diving in Norway On 3. mai 2017 0 Comments

One of the awards from the Norwegian championships of underwater photography in 2016 was a long weekend at one of Norway’s best dive resorts; Gulen Dive Resort. We… Read More »

Ship disaster in Lofoten – The story of D/S Ramø

In Diving in Norway, Stories On 2. april 2017 0 Comments

D/S Ramø was called the lucky ship. She sailed in convoys during WW2 and survived countless attacks from German submarines and airplanes. Almost a year after the war,… Read More »

Pingo – The white-beaked dolphin – Retro post

In Diving in Norway, Stories On 9. mars 2017 0 Comments

It is not every day you get the chance to dive with one of the most impressive acrobats of the sea. During the summer of 2005, a two-meter-long… Read More »

How to kill a fjord

In Diving in Norway, Stories On 4. mars 2017 0 Comments

“Fjord” is one of the few Norwegian words that have become international. Our fjords offer breathtaking scenery and tourists are traveling from all over the world to experience… Read More »

The ship graveyard of Narvik

In Diving in Norway On 4. februar 2017 0 Comments

After the first two days of the second World War in Norway, the harbor of Narvik were turned into a ship graveyard. But it wasn’t over yet. The war… Read More »

A monstrous fire-breathing hybrid fish?

In Diving in Norway On 28. januar 2017 1 kommentar

In Greek mythology, the Chimaera was a monstrous fire-breathing hybrid creature. It was composed of parts from several animals. In 1758 the Swedish biologist Carl von Linné named… Read More »