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May 13, 2008


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Alberto Alonso

I recently published an article in Triond about my experience in a diving trip to the White sea. May be you would like to have a look at it, including the link in your site, or just using it as a reference. Any comments are welcome. The link is the following: http://www.authspot.com/Journals/Polar-Diving-Adventure-in-Russias-White-Sea.134944 It is in English only.

I am probably going diving there this summer, again with a local club from St.Petersburg. I did some ice diving myself a few years ago but only in mountain lakes in the Pyrenees, never in the sea.


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