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We offer a wide range of fun activities at sea including Whale Watching, Northern lights, Sea angling, Puffin tours and of course our new tour Creatures of the sea where we taste the catch of the day straight from the sea.

 

CAPTAIN'S LOG

N64°12’03.59” - W021°59’3077”

26.03.2017

26.3.2017 - WHALE WATCHING AND NORTHERN LIGHTS TOURS

Whale Watching:

8:45 - ON

Finally, after two days of stormy and rough sea conditions we are sailing out to try our luck. We are feeling hopeful finding some whales or dolphins out in the bay. Do note since there has been windy for the last days there will be some movement on the boat.
We do provide sea sickness tablets free of charge and if you get cold we also provide overalls free of charge, but we recommend having hats and gloves.

​To schedule please contact us at info@ReykjavikSailors.is

12:45 - ON

We are gouing out to find us some whales.
 Do note since there has been windy for the last days there will be some movement on the boat.
We do provide sea sickness tablets free of charge and if you get cold we also provide overalls free of charge, but we recommend having hats and gloves.

​To schedule please contact us at info@ReykjavikSailors.is

Northern Lights:

22:00 - On

 

​To schedule please contact us at info@ReykjavikSailors.is

8:45

Today we had a low cloud over the bay in the morning that lifted later in the day, it made searching for whales and dolphins a bit hard as it reduced visibility to less than 1 mile. We had a little of residual waves from the westerlies that had been blowing over the last two days and made the sailing a little rough. On our way back we heard news over the radio of a small group of dolphins. We went closer to try to get a sighting, but we got there late.   

12:45

The later tour, a West wind began to blow, which added to the incoming tidal currents resulted in high waves. That made affected our chances of spotting any animals that may have been out in the bay today. The weather is calming, so next week conditions should improve. We hope that Minke whales, white-beak dolphins and humpback whales will be showing up again. We noticed large amounts of fish so there is plenty to attract cetaceans in the next days.

 

-JHF

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