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North Sailing

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| Husavik Harbour, Husavik 640, Iceland
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Whale and Puffin watching on board a Traditional Oak Ship from Husavik
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Original Carbon Neutral Whale Watching Tour from Húsavík
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Eco-friendly whale watching since 1995! Pioneers in whale watching and sustainable tourism, North Sailing is a dedicated family company with a great respect for wildlife and nature. Since the beginning in Husavik, in 1995, North Sailing has been awarded both nationally and internationally for innovation, regional development and sustainability. The Husavik original whale watching tour with North Sailing has been visitors' top pick for more than 20 years, placing the small fishing town on the map as the whale watching capital of Iceland. Now the tour is available carbon-neutral, a 100% natural experience on silent, green energy, electric boats with minimum disturbance to whales and nature. Also offering puffins and northern lights tours from Husavik. With the authentic fleet, highly qualified and dedicated crew with great sailing experience and wildlife knowledge, North Sailing seeks to inspire people to reconnect with history and nature.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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| Husavik Harbour, Husavik 640, Iceland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We were blessed with splendid weather (very sunny and almost no wind - therefore very calm sea) and loooooots of whales. The tour guide told us, they normally get to see 2-3 whales while we got to see 5 or so... even quite close to...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had a great time and we were totaly thankful to get on one Tour because as we booked our Tickets online we made a mistake and booked for wrong Montag but it wasn't a Problem to got two other places on one of the...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

50 miles from the Arctic circle! A great boat ride and I was staring into the depths at one point and a dolphin just happened to skid through the water at that exact moment! We even saw a humpback whale at ‘11 o’clock’ although it...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

It was cold, windy and rainy day, but in the boat we got warm clothes and wetproof jacket. It made a day much more better! We saw whales and whale's tails. The feeling was like we are true icelandic vikings sailing north sea. ))) In...More

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rarecat
May 22, 2018|
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Response from yankees1111 | Reviewed this property |
No you do not. We wore our coats . We had an unusually warm day in late July . I think you should bring a hat, gloves and sunglasses ....
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shanayaz
May 5, 2018|
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Response from Marie P | Reviewed this property |
We have seen whales on a tour with them end of October 2017 if that helps.
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juliagastegger
February 18, 2018|
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Response from kristin n | Reviewed this property |
We traveled at the end of July and saw a ton of humpback whales. Don’t know about March. Kristin
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