Create your own expedition, a true adventure in Iceland or East Greenland
A week cruising in your favourite part of spectacular Iceland or 20 day circumnavigation; you make your own itinerary with our assistance. A 4-wheel drive vehicle can be at your exposure with a private driver/guide who will take you on day tours exploring the amazing places of this beautiful country. We will help you plan the private tours so that you do not miss out any of the beautiful places. The yacht will be your home during the expedition offering a pleasant stay and delicate meals. You will experience the beauty of fjords, waterfalls, bird cliffs, wetlands, highlands, geothermal power, lava fields, lakes and glaciers. You will experience the local culture and the world’s most breath-taking landscapes. In March, April and May we offer sail to ski in „Tröllaskagi“ (e.Troll peninsula) North Iceland including hele-skiing. In August and September we explore East Greenland, one of the most spectacular places on earth.
We offer experiential vacations in the North Atlantic and the Arctic. We make the itinerary together tailored to your interests and you bring along up to eight family members or friends.
Iceland the land of fire and ice
Iceland’s location close to the Arctic Circle and on the mid-Atlantic Ridge has given the country a spectacular landscapes and geological features. Explore a country few people will ever visit, and go far beyond the tourist hotspots to remote fjords, raging waterfalls, and small fishing villages. Get to know the independent and creative Icelanders, and watch whales, seals and seabirds play offshore. This Iceland expedition is yachting at its most inventive, a real adventure. Iceland is the land of the midnight sun. In Reykjavík, it will not get dark at night from May 21 until July 30, as the sun barely sets in summer. Around the summer solstice (June 21st), the sun is visible for the full 24 hours in the Westford’s and North Iceland. In the southern part of the country and in the capital of Reykjavík the sun actually does set below the horizon on summer solstice, but only for a couple of hours. During the winter solstice (December 21), on the other hand, the days are dramatically shorter. The sun will rise at 11:21 and then set at 15:30, giving Reykjavík barely 4 hours of daylight, while the Westford’s and the North merely get 2 hours and 45 minutes. The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) are among the most spectacular shows on earth, frequently seen in Iceland and its surroundings on clear and crisp nights from the end of August to April. The Northern Lights occur high above the surface of the earth where the atmosphere has become extremely thin, at an altitude of 100-250 km. This phenomenon occurs in the outermost layer of the atmosphere, created by electrically charged particles that make the thin air shine, not unlike a fluorescent light. The Northern Lights form in the aurora belts that form 20-25 degrees around the geomagnetic poles, both in the north and the south.
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