People head to these northern European fjords to dive on war wrecks and with pods of orca and humpback whales that follow the herring migration, but the water is cold and often murky. Strangely enough, the best time to go is mid-winter because the plankton levels are reduced, and expeditions are planned to chime with the aggregation of baitfish. You'll need a warm drysuit with maybe a heated undersuit because the water is frigid. If you want to know how frigid, consider that you will be within the Arctic Circle!
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