Appeared in DIVER September 2009
A liveaboard operating within the Arctic Circle offers the possibility of killer whales to spice a tasty winter wreck trip. John Liddiard wraps up warm
Captain Anders uses the chart plotter to explain our course
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the steps down to the main deck from the quarterdeck of the Karmøy
Orcas swim up the fjord in search of herring
Climbing the dive ladder. It is getting dark by the time the last divers return.
At the quayside in Gratangen. Snow like this would bring the UK to a halt. In Norway it's diving as usual on the nearby wreck of the Dronning Maud
Looking up at diver and Galten from inside the superstructure of the Elise Schulte
by the engine room skylight and ventilation hatches
auxiliary steering at the stern
finning along the promenade deck
Radiator, engine and chassis of ambulance carried on the deck of the Dronning Maud
bricks from the arched bread oven amidships
Monkey cage, a railed observation deck above the wheelhouse of the Black Watch