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Northern Norway Tromsø

Arctic Fjord Sailing - Pukka Travels

  • Behind the building of Scandic Ishavshotel, Tromsø
  •  /  km From You
Overview

Sail through the fjords on a comfortable catamaran while learning about Arctic marine life. Soak up the sun, spot wild animals, ask questions about sailing and your skipper will prepare a fresh hot lunch in our heated saloon.

The fjords in the Arctic are alive and we want to guide you to a day of exploring at sea.

We sail in the fjords 364 days per year and we really love it (by tradition we take Christmas eve off). There is so much life in the fjords in the wintertime and seabirds, eagles, seals, and massive fish are gathered to feed and stay alive in the rough climate.

Cruising the Arctic fjords is breathtaking and in the summer an abundance of marine life gather far into the fjords to feed and soak up the infinite sunlight We have made it our passion to create an epic day out at sea for those wanting to witness memorable views, while spotting wildlife in their natural habitat.

Just like you, we love to travel, explore and wish to seek out the best experiences in each destination we venture to. Our team and community consists of a diverse collection of international adventurers and industry professionals. We believe sailing in the Arctic during summer time is an experience that you can not miss while in the area.

Included: guide, a light meal made of fresh fish, hot drinks, warm floatation suit
Please bring: warm clothing according to weather conditions
Level of difficulty: easy
Number of participants: 6-12
Duration: 3 hours
Departure time and place: 9am (09:00) from the floating jetty by Scandic Ishavshotel


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