Azores Underwater Video

Manta Ray, or Mobula tarapacana, glide through the Atlantic at Princess Alice Bank, Azores. Princess Alice Bank is a volcanic seamount on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge rising fromĀ more than two thousand metres to a depth of around 40 metres below the ocean surface.

The Azores are a phantastic spot to see marine life, especially Mobula at Princess Alice Bank. This underwater video is a collaboration with my son who did most of the wide-angle shots, and composed the music. https://vimeo.com/350355983 Diving the Azores.

Diving with Blue Sharks of the Azores

A blue shark (Prionace glauca) swims near Faial, Azores.

Blue sharks populate the waters around the Azores archipelago. They undertake long transatlantic migrations. Offshore diving with these elegant and curious animals allows to study them at arm’s length.

Diving Princess Alice Bank

Manta Ray, or Mobula tarapacana, glide through the Atlantic at Princess Alice Bank, Azores. Princess Alice Bank is a volcanic seamount on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge rising fromĀ more than two thousand metres to a depth of around 40 metres below the ocean surface.

Princess Alice Bank at the Azores is a volcanic seamount on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge rising fromĀ more than thousand metres to a depth of around 40 metres below the ocean surface. The abundance of marine life, especially manta rays, make it an exquisite, albeit remote and exposed offshoreĀ spot for diving.Ā