Udo Kefrig is an ambitious underwater photographer and diving Instructor. For more than 30 years he has been travelling to tropical destinations and has explored many local lakes and rivers. He has received countless awards for his photography from national and international magazines. As a free-lance contributor he works extensively for the German diving magazine "unterwasser" and he is co-author of many travel and diver's guides as well as several published books about wrecks.
Wrecks are indeed his favourites and he spends most of his time exploring them.
Rose Kefrig has been diving since 1984, and her passion for the underwater world are filigree creatures, wrecks and big fish. As an author, assistant and wife of Udo Kefrig, she accompanies the team on many of their travels. Her perseverance and joy in life are contagious, and she is responsible for the organisation and administration in German and English.
Claus-Peter Stoll ✝ deceased on 25 May 2019
Claus-Peter Stoll started diving in 1972 before dedicating himself to diving and travel journalism four years later. In the scene, the experienced diving instructor was regarded as an expert for wrecks and the exploration of their history. Particularly in the Red Sea he was the first to discover the true identity of some of them. With passion and meticulousness, he worked his way through archives and museums on many new projects in order to obtain conclusive information down to the last detail. But most of all he himself liked to descend to the "Sleeping Ships".
Wolfgang BŁttner first learnt to dive 1988. Since then he has spent many thousands of dive hours under water and for many hears he has supported and travelled with the Team Oceanpics. Regardless what is on the programme, whether it is tropical, cave, ice, deep or wreck diving, Wolfgang always participates with a good professional aptitude. His photographs have been published in many magazines, including books, other print media, online magazines and in general advertising.