Jul 28 - Aug 12 2017


Starts: Bodo, Norway

Ends: Isafjordur, Iceland


Starting from Bodo in the Arctic Circle, we will head out into the wilderness of the Norwegian Sea for  the 700nm ocean passage  to Iceland. This is one of the word's great whale spotting territories and they are likely to be frequent visitors as we explore this dramatic coast, bound for Isafjordur on the NW corner of Iceland. Ocean sailing and exploration at its very best.

Highlights and adventures on your sailing holiday


  • Set off from above the Arctic Circle on Norway's stunning coast.
  • 700nm of open ocean sailing across the Norwegian Sea
  • Explore the north coast of Iceland - also one of the world's great whale spotting areas.
An incredible sailing adventure that makes a perfect holiday for adventurous singles or couples. Sailing from Norway to Iceland route map
This sailing holiday is rated as an expedition. Real adventure for singles or couples
Make this the sailing holiday or adventiure of a lifetime by joining two trips together
No previous experience required - we'll give you the training you need
Choose your next sailing holiday carefully - only sail with the best to make sur eyour adventure goes as well as it should

The Rubicon 3 Yachts

These yachts are large, powerful and have amazing ocean-crossing pedigrees. They're also incredibly safe, fun and accessible by anyone. Oriole is new to our fleet in 2017 and will soon be branded with a stunning Rubicon 3 design. Click on the pictures to find out more about each yacht.

Sailing yacht Hummingbird, perfect for you sailing holiday, expeditions and adventures
Sailing yacht Longbow is a wonderful yacht on which to have a sailing holiday or head off on a sailing expedition or adventure

Crew feedback

Do have a look at our Facebook page. We post as often as we can from each expedition. It's the best way to see where we go, who goes on these expeditions and what daily life is like. The photos page in particular will give you a great feel for it all!

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