Ocean Change 2024

Logbook

  • Fresh fish! It couldn't be fresher.

    It remains lightly windy on our route, at times it is completely calm - even on the open sea. As we drift along, we throw the fishing rods overboard. It doesn't take long. Peter has his f...
  • Visit to the Maritime Competence Center

    The fact that digitalization is well advanced in Norway becomes apparent on the first day of your visit. Cash is hardly ever used and port fees are paid via an app. But that's not all. Y...
  • On the way to Alesund

    The Norwegian fjords and sounds are like a labyrinth. Some of them are over 500 meters deep, so we can lower our CTD probe to its maximum depth. It is then slowly winched up again with t...
  • From Haugesund through the Hardangerfjord to Norheimsund

    Our next destination is the Hardangerfjord. The fjord is enormous in its dimensions. Seventy miles inland lies the small town of Norheimsund - our next destination. There is the "Hard...
  • Skagerak to Haugesund

    The Skagerak meant well with us - perhaps too well. Weak winds, accompanied by dense sea fog and absolute calm in places. We have never experienced this sea area so calm. In Kristians...
  • The first week

    A really eventful week lies behind us: the start in Kiel with the many press representatives and supporters of the OCEAN CHANGE present, finally setting sail and the start of the on-board...
  • OCEAN CHANGE 2024 gen Bäreninsel gestartet

    Arved Fuchs und die Dagmar Aaen sind erfolgreich in ein neues Abenteuer für die Wissenschaft gestartet. Im neunten Jahr in Folge setzt er seine Klima-Expeditionsreihe OCEAN CHANGE fort. Z...