On popular demand – 2nd voyage to Greenland

Not two weeks after we have published our sailing season 2017 – and our first ever voyage to Greenland is nearly sold out. Only two berths left. What to do.

So we have decided to cancel our voyage to Hornstrandir and the West Coast of Iceland at the end of the season, and instead make it one long voyage to Greenland.

T2017-11                Isafjordur – Reykjavik – Visiting Greenland     

17-aug-17               3-sep-17                  € 3.240,00               € 2.755,00

The end of the summer season is closing in, the ice is melting and the flowers are in full bloom. One last chance for the season to get to Greenland. This voyage will concentrate on Greenland, without a stop on Hornstrandir (unless weather dictates other wise). Setting sail from Isafjordur, you will head for Greenland as soon as possible. With one week planned in Scoresbysund, you will have time enough to explore one of the deepest fjords in the world. With Narwhals feeding in the calm waters and Muskox living on the green patches that sprout out from underneath the snow and ice cap that is there 9 months a year. This voyage will then take you along the west coast of Iceland, with a few short possible stops and finish in Reykjavik.

This second voyage to Greenland will be shorter, 18 days instead of 23. And there will be more miles to make as the voyage will end in Reykjavik. If you are looking for a combination trip, seeing the best bits of Iceland and the best of Greenland in one voyage, voyage T2017-10 is the best choice for you. During this voyage you will get the time to visit Hornstrandir Nature Reserve, climb up on the glacier and see young arctic foxes play around in the grass. In 23 days, little over a week will be spend in Greenland.

This new voyage will spend about a week in Greenland, with less time in Iceland to explore. On the way back from Greenland, you will sail about 150 miles further then Isafjordur, so at least 1 extra day at sea.

Do you have any questions about these voyages? Please do not hesitate to contact us. Would you like to book this voyage? Go straight to our bookingform here  [bookingform]

 

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