Reykjavik – Tasiilaq (Greenland) – Reykjavik

TASIILAQ EXPEDITION

ONLY ONE LEG REMAINING + WAITLIST

Follow in the footsteps of both historic explorers who navigate sea ice in the North Atlantic and also modern-day scientists in the quest to limit changes to our vulnerable environment.

Tasiilaq is the largest town on the East Coast of Greenland, set inside a fjord that is often quite full of ice. This can provide the exciting experience of working through ice to reach the town which has facilities, a good shop and hotel. Getting alongside the pier is often impossible so your boat may have to anchor close by.

There is some good walking around the fjord but beware of polar bears.

On the way from Reykjavik, you are likely to encounter huge majestic icebergs, drifting slowly south. If you are very lucky you may even see one roll as its subsurface volume slowly melts and changes its centre of gravity.

Leg 3: TASIILAQ EXPEDITION

Miles: 840nm

Temperature Range: 3c – 11c

Dates: 21 – 30 July 2022

Cost: £2750.00

Sail to the Artic Circle

OUR JOURNEY

Itinerary

Joining the yacht 0900 21st July 2022 Reykjavik

Stowage of kit

Yacht familiarisation and safety brief

Depart heading towards Tasiilaq (Ammassalik) Greenland.

Arrive Tasiilaq 24th July where you will spend two nights exploring the fjords…..

Departing Tasiilaq 26th July towards Reykjvik.

Arrive 29th July for deep clean and departure that evening or morning.

Experience Needed

Open to everyone who has completed Clipper Race Training or,
RYA Day Skipper or above or,
Non certificated recent sailing experience will also be considered on a case-by-case basis.

What’s included

All food and accommodation on board
Wet weather gear (Jacket and trousers)
Safety equipment such as life Jackets

What’s not included

Travel to and from the boat for joining and departure
Travel Insurance
Any meals ashore
Visas

For information on what kit you will need and FAQ’s please
click here…

Price

£2,750.00

Polar bear Iceland
Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon in, Iceland
Whale dive near Ilulissat among icebergs. Their source is by the Jakobshavn glacier.
Summertime in the Arctic, just south of Tasiilaq
Your sailing expedition to the remote Greenland coast may be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience nature up close. Whether your interest is in whale watching, bird watching or aquatic mammals, the waters between Iceland and Greenland are packed with opportunities so keep your camera ready, as you skirr the pristine icey waters. You may also catch a glimpse of a polar bear drawn to the food-rich water’s edge.

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We are curious. We are restless. We are adventurers by nature. An expedition with SKIRR is truly extraordinary.