I’ve only been diving in the Canary Islands, in warm and clear water and Denmark is very different in many ways! Located in the harsh north of Europe, the water isn’t clear and warm which means the need for an insulated drysuit, hood and gloves is absolutely essential. But luck is coming my way and with great help from a good friend I’ve lent a drysuit.
Today I visited a fine dive center ‘Kingfish‘ in Copenhagen, with great staff and excellent advices! This was to add insulated gloves and a cold water hood to the drysuit set, which is getting me closer to diving in Denmark…
Searching the large market, I ended up with the Suunto Zoop Novo, the new generation of the Suunto Zoop. It has a simple display, logical menu and a solid frame. The display are backlight and on the same time phosphorescent, so shining a torch on it will make it glow in the dark.
The software are new and updated from the Zoop to the Zoop Novo and a bit slimmer casing. I’m looking very much foward to dive with this computer…
I just returned back to Denmark from The Canary Islands (Fuerteventura) with clean clothes in the suitcase! I’ve tested the Scrubba washing machine on the vacation, only with excellent results. The clothes gets clean in a quick and easy way! The Scrubba have become an important and essential part of me and my family’s vacation gear!
Hint! The Scrubba can also be used as an waterproof bag with a compression valve and window for excellent storage on the sailboat or in your backpack!
My family and I were visiting The Canary Islands in May 2016 and now we are back, this time with several dives planned for me. From Denmark I had arranged a PADI course with my new friend Fabian Rost, manager in the Las Playitas dive center (Deep Blue Diving)
This video contains the main adventures of all my dives in The Canary Islands on locations such as Las Playitas, Caleta De Fuste and Tarajalejo. The videos are a bit unsteady as this was my first time diving with the GoPro camera. Hope you’ll enjoy!”