Gulen story in Russia

The June 2012 issue of Russian dive magazine Predelnaya Glubina is out, and readers can kick back and relax with a 14-page spread about diving at Gulen Dive Resort in Norway.



Posted on Jun 12, 2012

Predelnaya Glubina (Ultimate Depth) is the largest Russian dive magazine, with a circulation of 15.000 and a readership that spans Russia, the Baltic, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Belarus.

One of the main features in this issue is my 14-page story about the spectacular wrecks and rich marine life at Gulen Dive Resort on the Norwegian west coast.

One of the signature dives at Gulen Dive Resort, the German freighter S/S Frankenwald.

In a move likely to give Russian divers an overdose, they also present my portfolio over 8 pages in the same issue - as well as using my moray image on the cover (right).

» Click here to read about my portfolio in Ultimate Depth

The article features images of the wrecks Frankenwald, Fernedale, Parat and Bandak, as well as nudibranchs, crustaceans, the deep-sea Periphylla jellyfish and other marine life found in the area.

Russia's biggest dive magazine

Ultimate Depth is distributed through 280 dive clubs and 250 diveshops and newsstands in 150 Russian and east European cities, as well as some seleceted diveshops in Egypt and Thailand.

If you understand russian, please visit the website to read more about the upcoming issue and how to sign up for a subscription.

» Click here to visit Ultimate Depth (Predelnaya Glubina)



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