Eco-tourism & Conservation Work

Combining eco-tourism with conservation work allows Wild Seas to fund research projects in need of support. Wild Seas is working in direct collaboration with The Cetacea Project, a non-profit organization currently implementing a marine mammal monitoring program designed to survey local whale populations.

The Wild Seas Experience

This combination of eco-tourism and research allows people to experience nature and wildlife first-hand while promoting awareness of the threats they face. Learn more about The Cetacea Project here.

High Standard of Quality & Safety

The expertise our staff has acquired over the years allows us to offer a high standard of quality and safety of our excursions. Our extensive experience in the hospitality industry has not only given us an in-depth understanding of how to design a perfect excursion, it has helped us to turn our Wild Seas adventures into a fulfilling experience from start to finish.

The Wild Seas Way

Our enthusiasm is infectious, and will ensure that you get the very best from the Wild Seas experience – the ultimate in both discovering and adventure. For the team at Wild Seas, adventure traveling is not just a hobby; it’s a way of life.

Our Crew

Stephanie J. Milne

Founder & Marine Mammal Scientist
+47 473 97 492
sj.milne@wildseas.no

Since 2005, Stephanie has been working with marine mammals around the world, both on numerous research projects and as a naturalist.

She was immediately captivated by the ways of the whales and their life at sea. After her first encounter with wild dolphins, she was hooked. Since then, she has been building Wild Seas and The Cetacea Project, two programs designed to work together to create some of the most captivating wildlife experiences while contributing to the conservation and well-being of the animals and their habitat.

Captain Fred Erik Torhus

Master Mariner & Safety Manager
+47 419 27 355
fe.torhus@wildseas.no

Fred Erik is a highly skilled sea captain with decades of experience in navigation worldwide. He went from sailing the historic S/S Skibladner, the world’s oldest paddle steamer, to the Norwegian Royal yacht and traveling the world piloting cruise liners.

He co-founded Wild Seas so he could share his beautiful native coast with people from around the world. His expertise in the maritime sector and extensive training as safety officer offer the comfort of knowing you are in good hands while his background in the hospitality industry will ensure a good time!