Notice Expedition

After having crossed Greenland from east to west last year, the three gentlemen from Holland, Joep Bovens (34), Eric Schlameisen (39) and Phimip De Roo (23), will be attempting to cross the island from south to north this spring.


Below are all the news we published about the Notice Expedition expedition

  • Land ahoy!

    Published on 15.07.2008

    The two Finns are also on the final part of their expedition. And just like Hibbert and Bullard, they have found the descent down to the coast particularly dangerous.

  • The Dutchmen safely back home

    Published on 23.06.2008

    The adventure ended without much drama for the Dutch trio composed of Joep Bovens, Eric Schlameisen and Philipp De Roo as they completed their crossing of Greenland.

  • Non-Stop Kiting

    Published on 15.06.2008

    The three men of the Notice Expedition have worked a series of wonders in terms of the distances covered with their traction kites. Their adventure is now coming to an end.

  • Violent storms along the way

    Published on 02.06.2008

    The three Dutchmen have been unluckier than the other expeditions, with a succession of violent storms holding up their progress.

  • No wind and rotten snow conditions

    Published on 25.05.2008

    The start of their expedition has been rather difficult for the three Dutchmen. It's raining and they are still waiting for the wind to pick up...

  • A real disembarkation

    Published on 15.05.2008

    It is unusual to see expeditions dropped off by boat on the coastline – yet that was exactly what happened for the three Dutchmen.

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