The Royal Canadian Geographic Society's first Explorer in Residence, Jill Heinerth talks us through the uniqueness of what has become an explorer's paradise: Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada. The final resting place of four WWII ships sunk by German U-boats in 1942, now enjoyed by divers as unique and special dive sites. Once a booming mining town, Bell Island now focusses on tourism, with scuba diving - both ocean, and inside the mine - looking to guide the island into a promising future.
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