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Once you reach a depth of ten metres, different coloured light is absorbed by the water. Therefore, you will no longer have the ability to see the colours red or yellow.
Polar Diving

Polar Diving

Life doesn’t just exist above the surface of the water - there is plenty more going on underneath it too. The best way to discover this is by taking the plunge and going for a polar dive in these icy cold waters.

Sadly, this is not an activity that everyone can take part in because extensive diving experience is necessary. However, if you do have the required qualifications and skill level then you can take advantage of this rare chance to take a closer look at the Antarctic and Arctic marine environments.

Under the guidance of a dive master you can explore the icy depths and partake in this once in a lifetime opportunity for scuba diving enthusiasts.

A number of expeditions that offer the chance to enjoy this activity are listed below.

*All activities are subject to change and weather conditions. Places may also be limited and additional costs may be incurred. Please clarify all your voyage details with a Fred.\ representative at the time of booking.

Polar Diving Expeditions