Near Bodø, we cruised into the world's strongest tidal current, Saltstraumen, hoping to go scuba diving. The current can reach speeds of up to 20 knots here, where water roughly 2,000 feet deep inside the fjord suddenly rises to just 85 feet, bringing all sorts of plankton and fish life with it. But conditions were far too wild with the much-hyped "Super Blood Harvest Moon" rising. We had a good time white water rafting with Barba in the currents, Andreas at the helm, as she flew along at 12 knots and got semi-sucked into the whirling eddies. The people fishing onshore were surely expecting to see a tragedy unfold but it all went swimmingly. And we filmed what undoubtedly would have been epic drone footage if we hadn't ended up sacrificing our little flying friend to the ocean gods when trying to land it back on the boat. She had a good run, at least, our drone that made it to 81 degrees North in Svalbard! Needless to say, nobody was tempted to dive into the Saltstraumen to try to save our footage and gear. And we agreed that it was incredible, actually, that our drone was the only thing we lost to the ocean during the entire trip.