There’s no place Susan R. Eaton and the Sedna Epic team won’t go for answers to issues facing the planet.
Garmin Women of Adventure: It’s Up to Us, with Susan R. Eaton In November 2019, Team Sedna collaborated with GARMIN Outdoor during the Sedna Epic’s ocean research and winter snorkel (with orcas!) expedition to Norway’s arctic fjords (70 degrees North latitude). The...
Honoured and humbled to be named to the Women Divers Hall of Fame's Class of 2020! I'd like to congratulate the other five amazing recipients who I hope to meet on March 27 at the inauguration ceremony at Beneath The Sea in Secaucus New Jersey. I'd like to...
Katujjiqatigit / Working Together: The all-female Sedna Epic Expedition brings a changing ocean to eye level for coastal Inuit communities
BANK TO THE LEFT, bank to the right. Tethered to diver propulsion vehicles, the women flew through emerald-green waters at six kilometres per hour, dodging sculpted ice formations off the northern coast of Labrador. They soon discovered that snorkelling in pack ice is a contact sport. After several star-inducing head bumps, the team’s dive physician determined that helmets would be standard gear for future expeditions.
Bank to the left; bank to the right: Tethered to a diver propulsion vehicle, I flew through emerald-green arctic waters at six kilometres per hour, dodging sculpted ice formations off the northern coast of Labrador, Canada.