'Landet av Isbjørn' literally meaning 'the land of the ice bear' is the name often used for the islands of Svalbard

In the heart of the Arctic Ocean, at 76-81 degrees North, the Svalbard Archipelago remains one of the worlds last great 'firsts'. Despite numerous attempts, no one has ever paddled around all four main islands. Now, after 6 years of dreaming and planning to complete this epic trip, we are setting off to do just that. This will be our adventure amongst ice bears and Islands.




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We have a great assembly of strong people to achieve this trip.
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Previous Attempts at Svalbard

Here is a short video detailing the tribulations the last team that tried this expedition had to go through. This trip is no joke.

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WE DID IT, THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT WITH OUR GIVE A LITTLE PROJECT!

  WE ARE ALL SYSTEMS GO FOR SVALBARD! Our Fundraiser hit its target of $20,000NZD yesterday, we are blown away by the support. A huge “THANKS” to the 79 pledges from around the world that made it possible! Marco Venturini Debby Schweitzer Ben Clancy Lou, Sarah, Oliver Emma Ruth Bec Key Liam McNeil Luke Kirner Jazz, Mahe and Charlie Braaksma, Stephen, Brett Spadi, Anna, Ollie and A
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Supporting the Adventure – Go Orange

Way back in the summer of 2008-2009 I worked my first season in Fiordland, guiding kayaking trips for a company which was then called Fiordland Wilderness Experiences. I was a whitewater paddler and they taught me how to guide, forming the base of my sea kayak skills that I have today.  That summer I fell in love with the wildness and sheer beauty of the fiords.  The power of this place is immense
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Help Us Raise the Last Funds to Pull this Trip Off.

Due to the complexity of any arctic expedition we are predicting an overall cost of $80,000 NZD in expenses, comprising of food, travel, permits, insurance and equipment. We have a good chunk of these expenses covered through personal finances and equipment sponsorship, but we still need to raise the final $20,000 NZD to get this project off the ground and up in Arctic Norway. For your support, we
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