Sail East Greenland on board an expedition sailboat, enjoying guided walks, land excursions and sea kayaks amongst the Arctic fjords.
This sail East Greenland trip is suitable for anyone interested in experiencing the magic of late summer or early autumn in East Greenland’s awesome wilderness. Only 3,500 people, scattered among small towns and settlements, inhabit its 2,600 kilometres of stunning coastline. This is the Arctic with all its breathtaking beauty and striking scenery.
Cruising in the sheltered ice-filled fjords of the Ammassalik area onboard a fantastic expedition sailing yacht, the crew welcomes people of all ages and with varying interests. Some like to explore by kayak or on foot while others simply prefer to observe nature from the yacht or immerse themselves in the culture of the local Inuit people.
This is an exploration trip where the final itinerary only gets decided upon after setting sail from the Kulusuk harbour. The captain will take into account weather and sea-ice conditions and always look for the best possible option. What is assured is that each trip will be a little bit different and we will try to visit at least one “new“ place every trip.
This is early autumn in the Arctic and the northern lights will likely light up the night sky. Expect to feel the winter approaching and it will be quite possible to see a sprinkle of fresh snow on the mountaintops.
The expedition sailboat is your movable ‘backcountry hut’ and awaits at the end of every day with delicious meals, warm and comfortable bunks, and friendly conversation.