If it’s a very busy, happy expedition boat strewn with scuba diving gear, work-boats jammed full of divers, strange-looking rigs attached to floats with weights and cameras, all available inside space occupied by scientists and film-makers analysing data, film, and images, microscopes always in use, cameras, computers, and batteries charging everywhere, a constant background symphony of scientific and creative filming discussions combined with the whine of a heavy crane accompanied by the powerful sound of a high-capacity dive compressor, all topped off nicely with the faint smell of fish—then that is a Pristine Seas expedition.
Our expeditions are the very best example of laser-like focus, ambition, maximum efficiency of resource-use, high competence, and enthusiasm, complemented by a unique capacity for achieving the near-impossible.
As you aren’t here with us (and we wish you were!) this is what it looks like and we hope you’ll sense the energy and celebrate that you can feel the excitement of our expedition without having to smell like fish.
Jessica Cramp and Pelayo Salinas Deleon deploying “BRUVS” – Baited Remote Underwater Video Systems. (Photo by Jon Betz)
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