Roscoe Bay Marine Park, British Columbia

Sep 22, 2017 - National Geographic Quest

The guests onboard the National Geographic Quest awoke to a gorgeous sunrise over Desolation Sound. This region of British Columbia, Canada, is full of beautiful inlets and islands. The scenery is stunning, with no end to the reflective possibilities on the flat calm water.

The afternoon took us to Roscoe Bay Provincial Park, a small fjord with a perfect beach to land on for land-based activities. The expedition team released the kayaks, Zodiacs, and paddleboards for those interested in water sports. Many guests took off for a hike back into the Canadian coastal forest, finding trails leading back into the nearby body of water of Black Lake and off further up to the nearest peak.

The dive team grasped the opportunity to explore the underwater world here, plunging to a 60 feet depth. Sea stars, fish, nudibranchs, and sponges dominate the water-bound world here at Roscoe Bay Provincial Park.  

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Alyssa Adler

Undersea Specialist

As a young marine biologist, Alyssa Adler has had the opportunity to work as a diver in many capacities. For several years, she was a dedicated AAUS scientific diver for University of North Carolina on an offshore reef ecology project, and has participated in several of NOAA’s reef survey missions. She has been diving with National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions as an underwater videographer and ocean educator since 2014 and has fostered a love for the poles and extreme cold-water diving, spending most of her time underwater in sub-freezing temperatures.

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