We’ve just finished our last trip of the 2018 season in the Lofoten Islands and in fact, probably our last trip there at all. Next year we will be based in Bergen and sailing in the Fjords further south. This was our 9th summer here and in that time we have visited over 60 different harbours. Even last week there was time for one last new harbour – Brettesnes, although there was no room on the pontoon for us so it was rather a short stay.
Yet another Minke whale joined us on our journey last week as well as many eagles and porpoises. We have very fond memories of all of our trips here – surrounded by stunning scenery and often in beautiful weather. We have had 24 hours daylight until this week, and now it gets dark for about 1 hour. We’ll certainly miss the light.
That said we are really looking forward to exploring Sognefjord and surrounding islands – even further off the beaten track than Lofoten! Think about joining us next year. Getting there is not easy and may require more than a day travel, but the rewards will be worth it. Look forward to seeing you on board.
A reminder of our times in Arctic Norway and the Lofoten Islands