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Event type: Diving Trip

Date: February 2, 2022 to February 13, 2022


This trip is currently full. See the above for another Antarctica opportunity!

This GUE diving adventure is exclusive to GUE Members and offers an incredible range of experiences as well as unique insight into the environmental challenges facing the polar regions. Join GUE principals, including President Jarrod Jablonski, and an expedition staff of geologists, marine biologists, cetacean scientists, ornithologists, and professionals from other disciplines. Participants can also support dedicated Project Baseline dive sites during the expedition as we coordinate with scientists at Palmer Science Station to determine areas that would best benefit from ongoing research.
Start your 12-day trip with a day-long tour of Tierra Del Fuego National Park in Argentina before sailing the Drake Passage and tracing the path of early polar explorers. Witness the splendor of humpback and minke whales breaching the sea amid the many albatross and other birds, all while touring a magnificent series of glaciers and icebergs. Dive among thousands of penguins in addition to leopard seals and a wide range of unique invertebrates. Non-divers and snorkelers are welcome to join specially organized trips.

 This trip is in partnership with Blue Green Expeditions. All proceeds go towards supporting GUE’s nonprofit mission. This unique adventure will sell out quickly, so reserve your spot soon!

Certification requirement: No requirement


Event type: Project

Location: Eyemouth, Berwickshire, Scotland, United Kingdom

Contact: Marcus Rose,

Event website: Project Baseline Events

Date: June 20, 2022 to June 24, 2022

Description: This is a collaborative project between the Blue Marine Foundation, GUE divers and Project Baseline UK, documenting the marine habitats within the Berwickshire marine protected areas. Divers will conduct video transects and protected marine feature surveys to help baseline conditions within the reserve. The data collected will help to gauge the effects of sustainable fishing initiatives in the area.

Certification requirement: Tech 1


Event type: Conference

Location: Gainesville, Florida, United States

Contact: GUE HQ,

Date: October 28, 2022 to October 29, 2022

Description: Join us for a weekend of lectures, workshops, socials, and more!

More information will be posted when available.

Certification requirement: No requirement