"Snorkelling in Silfra, the fissure between the Eurasian and North American continental plates was one of the biggest adventures of my life and the best thing I have done. It’s also the coldest I have ever been… and the coolest. The underwater visibility was over 100m and the cold water was like getting 1000 needles in the face! It was even too cold for fish." - Mathias Haas speaks about snorkeling on his Odyssey in Iceland
diving mid atlantic ridge iceland - Google Search - A diver can stretch out his arms to either side and touch the North American continental plate and the Eurasian plate. The water is so incredibly clear, divers have reported vertigo - they had forgotten that they were surrounded by water. Beneath their feet, just under the ocean floor, flows hot magma. How cool is it that there are places this incredible in the world?!