Sæborg was built in Akureyri in 1977 for Karl Aðalsteinsson and his sons from Húsavík. The boat stayed in the same family for 24 years. In the year 1992 Sæborg was sold to Keflavík and then later it was used for tourism in Reykjavík under the name Áróra. Summer 2016 North Sailing decided to buy Sæborg and bring back this beautiful oak boat to his hometown. There was never a question about the name when it was added to the North Sailing’s fleet and right away the original name of the boat Sæborg was confirmed which has been going on regular whale watching tours since 1th of june 2016.


Gross tonnage: 36
LOA: 18,8 m
Beam: 4,80 m
Hull material: Oak
Built, where: Akureyri
Built/rebuilt: 1977
Passenger capacity: 70
Engine: Caterpillar
kW/horsepower: 300.00
Port of registry: Húsavík
Flag: Iceland