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NORWEGIAN ORCA EXPEDITION 2016

A BIG FISH EXPEDITIONS TRIP REPORT BY TRIP LEADER TERRY STEELEY

 

diving with orcas

 

Our Arctic adventure began in Tromsø, 217 miles (350 kilometres) North of the Arctic Circle. Surprisingly, the temperature was a comfortable 3˚C (37.4˚F) with a promising week’s weather forecast ahead of us as we boarded the MS Sula, our home for the week’s trip.


Tromso, Norway
 

At this point, it’s fair to state that no one has ever described the MS Sula as luxurious. However, what the vessel lacks in refinements, the 90 foot ex-fishing boat more than delivered in warmth and character. Food aboard the Sula was exceptional, prepared daily, the soups and hearty meals were very welcome after hours snorkeling in the chilly Norwegian fjords. When not on deck or in the water, the Sula’s large communal lounge was our cozy place of refuge. Tea, coffee, biscuits and other naughty goodies were available 24/7. For the saints amongst us, fresh fruit was available. The lounge was often our command centre, the place in which we made