Today‘s today tour went on under quite a cloudy sky.
Even though the whales weren‘t kind enough to show themselves, our guests were eager to learn about the west part of the bay and its many stories. The Viknafjöll moutains have recovered part of their snowy blankets overnight, and could therefore offer us a breathtaking panorama. And allowed us to really feel what it is like to sail under arctic lattitudes.
Beautiful view over the East side of the bay.
Our cheerful guide Heidrún chatting with a guest.
A triple-peaked moutain, next to the “Three-nammed moutain” of Viknajföll.