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Gear for ship-borne photo trips: Waterproof boots and bags

Martin Bailey (who was one of the instructors we brought on the March/April 2011 Antarctica/Falklands/Patagonia Odyssey) is currently laid up recovering from surgery. But before all that happened, back in May he recorded several video episodes for his podcast about some of the equipment we used.

For those of you not already following Martin's blog/podcast, here are links to the episode about NEOS waterproof overshoes, and the episode about the dry-bag Martin used to carry his backpack inside during Zodiac excursions. Martin used a Seal Line Boundary Pack to carry his Guragear backpack, while I used a Seal Line WideMouth Duffle to transport my LowePro bag. I've used the same drybag on three Antarctic expeditions so far, and am still happy with it.

 Get better soon Martin!

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