Magnus Danbolt Guide and Expedition Leader
Marin biologist Magnus's work has taken him to many places around the world, all the way from the tropics to the polar regions. He has surveyed penguins in the Sub-Antarctic, Monk seals in Africa and has been researching blue whales in the seas surrounding Iceland and Greenland.
Magnus works as a marine biologist in Sweden, focusing on porpoises in the Baltic Sea and marine protected areas in Kalmar County. He is also a captain and works with the English Foundation Marine Conservation Research. The research and expeditions focus on marine mammals and acoustics, for example, how whales are affected by noise from ships. His work has taken him to many places around the world, all the way from the tropics to the polar regions.
For several years, Magnus was based in New Zealand, where he worked with a number of documentary film projects on indigenous cultures in Polynesia and the marine environment. Magnus is also a devoted sailor and has crossed the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean several times.