May 13 – 24, 2019
From the cozy Norwegian town of Bergen, the Anne-Margaretha departs northbound on this journey. The nights are getting shorter!
This is an excellent trip for photographers (The famous light!) and birdwatchers. Of course you can also fully enjoy this wonderful part of Norway as a non-photographer/ birdwatcher. Everything is even more impressive from the water!
Sometimes we throw a fishing rod into the fjords to catch our fish dinner together.
It is still breeding season at this time and we will see thousands of seabirds, such as gannets, puffins and sea eagles. We will sail via Rørvik where many birds breed in the nearby nature reserve.
On this trip we cross into the Arctic Circle (66˚30’NB), which of course is worth a party! We will arrive in Bodø in the evening of May 23rd or in the morning of May 24th. Please note that we are always dependent on the wind and the weather conditions.
This trip ends on May 24th at 12:00 pm. Book a flight home just at the end of that day as a precaution. Better yet: rent a ho(s)tel room and fly out the next day. The surroundings of Bodø are definitely worth a closer look!
Dates: May 13-24, 2019
Price: € 895 / € 995 * p.p.
Miles: approx. 600
On board: Monday, May 13th at 12:00 pm in Bergen, Norway (near the Old Town)
Off board: Friday, May 24th before noon in Bodø, Norway
* The higher price per person is for a spot in one of the two middle cabins with private shower and toilet. The four 2-person front cabins share 2 toilets and 2 showers.