Islande les palmes au pied de la cheminée

Islande les palmes au pied de la cheminée

Erlendur Bogason in a french diving magazine. Erlendur Bogason en compagnie d’un poisson loup à l’allure patibulaire sur le site d’Arnarnes, la petite cheminée de...
Pearls in the Atlantic Ocean Around Iceland

Pearls in the Atlantic Ocean Around Iceland

A video from Bent Yde Joergensen who came to dive with Erlendur Bogason. Unbelivable beauty around Iceland. Perler i Atlanterhavet – Island from Bent Yde Joergensen on...
Strytan Dive Center is now the official protector of Strytan

Strytan Dive Center is now the official protector of Strytan

By contract with The Environment Agency of Iceland Strytan divecenter – Erlendur Bogason are now the official protectors and are responsible for the protection of Strytan and Arnarnesstrytan, which are located at the bottom of Eyjafjordur. These underwater wonders are...
In memory of the wreck Standard

In memory of the wreck Standard

We have been taking divers to see the wreck Standard for some time now and this was put up in the memory of wreck Standard. See our Standard dive tours info
The oldest living animal

The oldest living animal

I have been involved in research of the shell Arctica Islandica off the shore of North Iceland. In agust 2012 I worked with Soraya Marali, from Bernd Schöne´s group from the University of Mainz in Germany collecting the shell Arctica islandica. The research team are...

The Icelandic fishing company Samherji funds research on Strytan

The fishing company Samherji Ltd in Akureyri has funded a special project on studying and monitoring the Strytan hydrothermal vents ecosystem. Dr Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, President of Iceland, is the protector of this research project. A group of scientist is now...

Strytan-The beginning of life on Earth

The summer of 2011 National Geographic Television came to dive and film Strytan to make TV program about  the beginning of life on Earth. (See Michael Russell NASA) With National Geographic TV came Bob Ballard that is probably most famous for discovering R.M.S...