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Ryan Waters at 0 meters above sea level. "I have absolutely loved getting into sailing," he says.
Image by Cecilie Skog courtesy Ryan Waters, SOURCE
"Cecilie (working the sails in this image) has a brand new Ovni 445 Aluminum boat with an ice hardened hull."
Image by Ryan Waters courtesy Ryan Waters, SOURCE
Ryan on Vinson summit, only days before the sail across Gibraltar strait.
courtesy Ryan Waters, SOURCE
Cecilie and Ryan's Manaslu summit pic.
courtesy Ryan Waters, SOURCE

ExWeb interview with Ryan Waters: "The polar community tends to be very helpful to each other"

Posted: Jan 25, 2012 03:04 pm EST

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(Angela Benavides) Mountaineer Ryan Waters is one of the few Americans making headlines in Antarctic skiing, a world decidedly still "occupied" mostly by the Norwegians and Brits. One reason perhaps for Ryan's polar interest: Norwegian top adventurer Cecilie Skog with whom Ryan traversed 1800 km on Antarctica, from Berkner Island to the Ross Ice Shelf, without kites or air supplies in 2010. Following several Himalayan climbs together, Skog is keeping Waters busy these days with a brand new Aluminum sail boat geared for...

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