Arctic wildlife and nature,

12,800 NOK / £1,188 per person*

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*Trips are priced in the operator’s local currency. The sterling amount shown is a guide only and the amount you pay in sterling will change with currency fluctuations.

7 nights

If these dates don’t work, why not book the whole boat for dates that do. Minimum 5 participants.

Arguably the ultimate Nordic adventure to combine sailing and wildlife watching. Against a breathtaking and varied seascape and landscape, you’ll look and listen for whales, orcas and birdlife, kayak and hike mountains and Stone-Age hunting pits.

Trip Start: 22 July 2018

Trip End: 29 July 2018

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Vessel Type

Bavari 40, 42, 44, 46 & 50, Farr 40.

Vessel Length

40 to 50 foot




Single + double cabins, max 10


Deposit and cancellation:

50% and strict

See deposit and cancellations policy


  • All food onboard.
  • The use of equipment like ribs and kayaks.


  • Upgrade to a boat with hot water/shower and a private double cabin (on a shared basis) with fresh linen sheets with the 1,500 NOK / £140 comfort upgrade.
  • Surfing at an additional cost.
  • Visits to restaurants, museums, galleries etc. during the trip.
  • Alcohol is not provided but you can bring your own. Consumption is always at the discretion of the skipper.
  • Travel to and from boats not included.
  • Wet weather gear can be provided by the operator for an additional charge.

Practical Info

Open to beginner sailors.

A good level of fitness is recommended.


Getting there

Take an internal flight to Svolvær.

Getting back

Fly from Tromsø internally and then catch your onward flight home.

Travel assistance

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Arctic wildlife and nature, Lofoton to Tromsø

Northern Norway

69°38N 19°.0E

Join: Svolvær, Sunday July 22, afternoon.

Leave: Tromsø, Sunday July 29, morning.

We start the trip by sailing north through the Lofoten Mountains, mooring in the bays of Hinnøya and hiking to the top of Vesterålen’s highest mountain, Møsalen. Heading further north we round the Andøya island with waters rich with marine life and ideal for spotting whales, including killer whales. We then set sail towards the spectacular mountain range of Senja, stopping to seek haven at the idyllic Hamn of the Berg Fjord, where you can enjoy a sauna, hot tub and great food. The trip ends with a day’s sail to Tromso, the ‘Paris of the North’.

Day 1 – Our journey begins at 4pm

Check inn and a run through of the week’s program, including safety information on board. Later in the evening we’ll make dinner, spend some time getting to know one another and prepare for the next day’s sail. If we’re ready and the wind is in our favour we might even set sail straight away. -/-/D

Day 2 – Sail to Hinnøya and Lonkanfjorden

After breakfast we set sail towards Hinnøya and Møysalen. We’ll spend the day sailing and practice sail trimming and boat handling. In the evening we’ll prepare for the next day’s hike up to the top of Møysalen, which is part of Møysalen National Park. The park was established in 2003. B/L/D

Day 3 – Hike to the summit of Møysalen

We’ll set off in the morning on what might just be the finest hike the north of Norway has to offer. Møysalen is the highest mountain in Lofoten and Vesterålen at 1262 metres over sea level. When we return to the boats in the afternoon, we’ll set sail north towards Vesterålen and Andøya. Depending on the weather, we’ll either anchor up for the night or sail all the way to Stø on the north tip of Langøya in Vesterålen. B/L/D

Day 4 – Full day sail to Bleik on Andøya

We’ll set off in the morning sailing north towards Bleik on Andøya, where the island rises magnificently from sea behind the long, unique beaches. At Bleik we can surf, kayak, go for a swim or take a stroll through the cultural landscape. Bleik also has a nice little pub, which is open some summer evenings. B/L/D

Day 5 – Whale and seabird safari on Andøya

We’ll start the day with a morning dip on what might just be the finest beach in the north of Norway. Then if we’re lucky the Kafé Jakobine where you’ll find the best cakes and atmosphere is open for us! Around noon we’ll set a course north through the inner channels to Andenes. Here the seabed rises from 1000 to 100 metres north of Andenes, which makes this a good spot to see whales. We’ll continue on to Hamn in Senja where we’ll moor up for the night. Dinner at Hamn restaurant and we may jump in the sauna and hot tub before dinner! B/L/-

Day 6 – Sail to Sommarøya

In the morning you can go for a walk or a paddle around Hamn, or just relax!:) At noon we set sail and first we’ll sail through Bergsfjorden’s archipelago of islands before heading north to Sommarøy. When we get to Sommarøy we’ll stretch our legs a bit on the island before finding an anchorage in a lagoon among the islands and beaches. B/L/D

Day 7 – Regatta to Tromsø

In the morning we’ll get ready for our last day regatta. Now it’s time to show the others what your boat is made of. The finish line for the race is Tromsø harbour; the city we in Norway call “the Paris of the north”! We’ll enjoy a farewell dinner out in Tromsø, and then we see what happens. B/L/-

Day 8 – Breakfast and departure at 10am

Thank you for a great and eventful trip! From “the Paris of the north” the possibilities are endless if you wish to continue travelling around in the north of Norway. B/-/-


Sailing boots

Trainers/ deck shoes (no black soled shoes please – they mark the deck)

Waterproof sailing kit (two sets are recommended. Heavy gear for on-board and lighter kit for trips ashore)



Sailing gloves – 2 sets

Glove liners

Hand warmers

Hot water bottle

Clothes for on-board and on shore

A small backpack for trips on-shore (30-40 litres)

A water bottle

Thermals, two sets

Thick socks, two sets

Sun glasses (polarized)

Sun cream – SPF50+

Small quick dry towel

Swimming kit

USB cord to charge your phone


Warm sleeping bag

Head torch

Sailing knife


Printed out Insurance details

Any medication you require


Specialist off-shore sailing insurance is required. We can direct you to the insurer we use. Ask for information when you enquire.

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