Our planet still has exceptional wildlife. But one must travel far to witness some of the last remaining unspoiled areas. Arriving in Sorong brought back old memories of my last visit and it felt so right. After our very first day of diving, before setting sail south to Misool, we visited a small beautiful island. A […]Read more "Raja Ampat, Indonesia"
The glacier of Greenland holds the future of the ocean.Read more "The White Desert"
The Ocean covers 70% of our planet. It produces half of the oxygen we are breathing right now, plays a crucial role in climate regulation, and provides food and livelihoods to hundreds of millions of people worldwide. As a scuba diver, I’ve travelled all around the world hunting for the other treasures the ocean holds […]Read more "You are the ocean"
One week in San Cristobal followed by a second diving expedition. Nothing scheduled but sunsets the first week. The waterfront of San Cristobal is forever bathed in the pungent smell of sea lion body odour. The Loberia and Punta Carola offer beautiful waves and vast spaces of peaceful wilderness. With nothing else to do, I […]Read more "Galapagos ~ final dives"
Ocean, how I missed you. Wild and free, alive. Still full of promise, mystery and surprise. A blood moon rises as the Galapagos Sky sets sail to explore the coastal waters of the Galapagos Islands. A variety of passengers, both in nationality and profession, further adds to the rich diversity of the trip. A New-Zealand […]Read more "Galapagos ~ dive into the wild"
Voyage to the Galapagos with Waterproof ExpeditionsRead more "Journey to Galapagos"
On a calm sunny day of summer 2010, I was diving in one of the most beautiful marine protected areas of the Mediterranean, the Cabrera National Park of Spain. After an hour of peacefully gliding along the lush seascapes teeming with massive groupers in crystal clear waters, it was time to ascend to the safety […]Read more "Some plastic thoughts"