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DykMässan – Stockholm, Vasa and Vrak museums

The DykMässan fair in Stockholm was the next destination of our tour of the most important diving events in Europe.

From the beginning, the event created a lot of excitement for us, as it was the first time we had the opportunity to exhibit in Stockholm, plus Sweden is a very important market for us.

SeaYa at DykMässan 2023 in Stockholm
SeaYa Underwater Lightning System

Already on the first day we were pleasantly surprised by the large number of individual customers who visited our booth. We were even more pleased when it turned out that most of them came to us on recommendation from their diving friends and dealers. Such information only confirms that we are heading in the right direction.

Both new customers and existing users highly praised our products. With each of them we were able to talk calmly and present the models they were interested in. This was certainly facilitated by the intimate nature of the fair. The whole thing turned out to be a very pleasant and valuable experience for us. We will definitely appear at the next installments of DykMässan.

Meetings and conversations with our dealers, in turn, resulted in another exciting idea! Together we have planned Demo Days events for this year, which will be held at two very popular dive bases: Smögen Dyk & Upplevelse, Vrakdykarpensionatet and in early November during Divers Night with Dyk and Gävle.

It’s not a well-known fact that traveling educates, and once you’re in Stockholm, it’s a sin not to visit Museum Vasa, one of the world’s most popular museums.

Museum Vasa in Stockholm is a real gem among museum facilities, especially if our passion is diving, naval history or magnificent sailing ships. The facility is located on the island of Djurgården and has a one-of-a-kind, fantastically preserved wreck of a 17th century warship. The sailing ship Vasa sank in 1628 due to construction errors. As much as 98% of the present equipment, are original pieces that have survived to this day. In addition to the Vasa wreck, the museum also features a number of exhibits related to the construction, history and mining of the vessel.

Another museum that every diver should also pay a little attention to is the Vrak Museum. This is a unique museum of maritime archeology located in the heart of Stockholm. The facility is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Wednesdays d at 8 p.m. The Vrak Museum is part of the Swedish Maritime Museum and offers visitors a chance to explore the fascinating cultural heritage that rests submerged at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. With the help of technology, visitors can take an interactive journey through ship and shipwrecks, ancient shipyards and more. The museum also has a VR game, audio transmissions, videos and other immersive activities that visitors can enjoy. Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for something new to do in Stockholm, Vrak – Museum of Wrecks is sure to provide an unforgettable experience!

While in Sweden’s capital, it’s also worth taking a walk or, as in our case, a morning run around the city. Situated on 14 islands, Stockholm is an incredibly beautiful city full of magnificent sights and can be the destination of many a multi-day trip in itself.

Stockholm the capital spread over 14 islands connected by 53 bridges is worth a visit.