Stranded in the Arctic, 600 km by kayak and then catastrophe
Our adventure talk series commences with a story of adventure, survival and a remarkable rescue. The crossing of Melville Bay with its 300 km long coastline of glaciers in north-west Greenland was the goal for Michael Kujawa and Markus Ziebell.
However, on a small uninhabited island, they lost the kayaks and most of their equipment. Join Marcus to hear about their trip and a remarkable rescue by the local Inuit people.
CANCELED DUE TO ILLNESS OF SPEAKER