Naturalist/Expedition Diver

Henrik Enckell

Henrik has been diving for almost 30 years and as a Rebreather Instructor Trainer he is teaching all levels of recreational and technical diving up to Advanced Trimix CCR. He is a keen wreck diver and has been involved in deep wreck expeditions all over the world. Some of the interesting wrecks he has visited are the WW2 disasters General von Steuben and Wilhelm Gustloff in the Baltic and HMS Victoria ("the vertical wreck") at 145 meters/475 feet off the Lebanese coast.

Over the last 20 years Henrik has also led dive expeditions in the Antarctic and Arctic regions and he was one of the first persons to take people diving on expedition vessels in these remote, challenging and many times undived waters. In total he has supervised more than 4000 dives in polar waters.

He has a military background having served in peace keeping and peace enforcing missions in the Middle East and former Yugoslavia. After living and working in Japan and India several years he’s now residing in Sweden with his wife and 4 children.