The 10th oak ship added to North Sailing´s fleet
North Sailing recently purchased the oak ship Saeborg. The Saeborg was built in Akureyri in 1977 for a family in Húsavík. The ship was owned by the family for 24 years. In 1992 the ship was sold to Keflavik. The Saeborg is returning “home” to Húsavík as the newest addition of traditional oak ships for North Sailing´s whale watching operations.
The ship was originally named Saeborg and was given the original name after North Sailing purchased her. She will start whale watching tours from Húsavík on June 1st.
Saeborg will arrive in Húsavík at 12:00 am Tuesday May 10th.