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Join us in a fishing adventure, catching both trout, char and greyling.
DO YOU WANT TO HIRE A BOAT WITH CREW?
MK "HARALD" -
Built in Romsdal in 1914, and has protected status boat.
The boat has custom fishing tackle inshore fishing, and of course ekolodd FOR easier to track down the day's catch.
Cabins provided is kept in its original style, while the cargo space has been restored and converted into a lounge. The boat is equipped with a 107 hp Gardner engine that provides
MK "Harald" a cruising speed of around eight knots.
You can find many possibilities for activities and cultural adventures. For example:
- Fishing in the tidewater current Glimma.
- Hiring boats with or...
After 1h 30min free time in Barentsburg we head back towards Longyearbyen.
Our boat has a warm saloon with big windows at the sides and front, you can enjoy the fascinating sceneries from inside or outside!
But strongly advise to dress in warm and windproof clothing. Remember to bring with you a hat, scarf, gloves or mittens. We have a number of overall suits on board which is possible to borrow if you get cold, but the amount of them is limited. We have a kiosk on board where you can purchase something for thirst and hunger.
Adventures at Sommarøy, on the edge of the Arctic Sea with M/V Jacquelyne (50 pax)
From Longyearbyen along the coast we head towards Barentsburg. During the way we have the chance to gaze at the scenic landscape and towards Grumant observe the stunning Bird Cliffs with thousands of birds.
Admired by sounds of thousands of birds we head towards Barentsburg - Svalbard’s Russian capital, where still nowadays the statue of Lenin looks down over us
and the few hundred inhabitants who still live there.
Evening boat trip on the spectacular west coast of Kvaløya.
No visit to the Lyngen area would be complete without experiencing at least one of the many glaciers up close and personal. Here you can see how the glacier has formed the valley and you can see how the forces of nature affect the landscape.
Along the route there are information signs that give you information about the flora and fauna found in the area. You can also see how the glacier has retreated in the past years, when walking up the valley.
The glacier "Strupen" is on the north eastern side of the Lyngen peninsula and is only reached by boat.
After a boat transfer the tour starts and leads you into a isolated and deserted glacier landscape, surrounded by steep mountains.
In the comfort of a dry suit you are taken out on the zodiacs to a couple of different locations around Henningsvær.