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.

With no way to contact the outside world and no food their trip of a lifetime quickly escalated into the challenge to survive.

Join Marcus to hear about their trip and a remarkable rescue by the local Inuit people.

Advanced booking is advised so we can ensure there enough seating. Reservations

REGRET this event is CANCELED due to the illness of the speakers partner.