Isbjorn is heading NORTH in 2018. After wintering in Sweden & preparing Isbjorn for the Arctic, we'll set sail for Scotland, Norway and the far north. After exploring the Lofoten Islands in Norway, we'll stage in Tromso for the 500-mile passage to Svalbard, that mythical land of polar bears, walrus and icebergs. From there, it's 1,200 miles to Reykjavik, Iceland, then back across the Atlantic to Ireland. Don't miss this opportunity of a lifetime to join us and visit one of the last great wildernesses on Earth - before it's gone.
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2018 #IsbjornArctic Passages
$6,000 // 21 Days // 4 Crew Spaces. Sail with Isbjorn as close as we'll get to Greenland this year as we make the BIG offshore passage, entirely in Arctic waters, from Svalbard south to Iceland (it's not often you'll get to say you sailed 'south' to Iceland!). Photo by Magnus Ormestad.
$6,000 // 16 Days // 4 Crew Spaces. Join Isbjorn just below the Arctic Circle in Iceland for the first of our voyages back south and to warmer climes. We'll swing by the Faroe Islands on the way if we have time and good weather, then perhaps pop into Scotland for some of the world's best whisky before finishing in the Irish city of Dublin for a proper pint of Guinness! Photo of the Viking ship 'Draken' approaching Iceland on her 2016 trans-Atlantic passage!
2018 Fall Passages South
$6,000 // 14 Days // 4 Crew Spaces. Isbjorn's last passage of 2018. We'll depart Dublin and sail south through the Irish Sea and past the famous Fastnet Rock. If we have to, we'll duck into Glandore (Donald Street's home town), or Crookhaven to wait for a good weather window to cross Biscay and make landfall in Lisbon, where Isbjorn will stage for her return across the Atlantic.
$5,000 // 14 Days // 4 Crew Spaces. We've added one last passage in 2018! Join Isbjorn in Lagos, in the beautiful 'Algarve', the south coast of Portugal where we'll depart for 500 miles of offshore sailing towards Funchal on the island of Madeira. We'll explore a few days ashore there before sailing 500 miles back to Portugal!