Next up in our quest to share with the world a deeper look into the people of EYOS Expeditions, we speak with Director of Expedition Operations & Undersea Projects, Kelvin Murray.
In an effort to serve as a resource to Canadian Authorities and contribute to the creation and maintenance of processes that will ensure the responsible use of Canadian Arctic waters, EYOS recently attended the Canadian Arctic Operations Conference.
EYOS Expeditions is proud to have supported the filming of the BBC’s Blue Planet II in Antarctica. Filmed during the austral summer of 2016/17, the acclaimed series premiered on BBC One on October 29th and continues for the next six weeks.
The World becomes the largest unsupported ship to complete the Northwest Passage transit.
Many of us in the nautical world watched James Cameron’s recent deep dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench with fascination; a private citizen accomplishing something that no government has done since 1960.
When an expedition ship leaves the dock for destinations only rarely visited and partially known, it is imperative that everything that might be needed is on board, for anything crucial left forgotten rapidly falls out of reach.