The sea on the Faxaflói bay became calm after last weeks storm, thus making this a rather smooth ride today. Shortly after we reached the feeding ground of the whales, our captain got a request from the Icelandic coast guard to perform a helicopter drill with the cooperation of our ship Andrea.
The sea turned out to be a lot smoother than expected today so the condition level was set to 2. rough. The tour turned out to be a sunny day with good visibility, we saw the glacier at Snæfellsnes, on a fairly calm Faxaflói bay.
Last night was a successful Northern lights evening again 🙂 They were not as extraordinary as the evening before but still very beautiful. They stretched across the sky right above the mountains which always makes for a spectacular view.
Unfortunately the sea conditions are too bad for us to sail for our whale watching tour today…
It almost seems like the weather feels sorry for having been very difficult for more than a week; we have had great Northern lights sightings three days in a row now :)
Today we sailed from the old harbor in Reykjavík with clear skies and the sun shining brightly. Even though the weather was sunny, the air was a bit cold. We sailed out and after about 45 minutes the Captain spotted a group of White-Beaked Dolphins.
We were lucky enough to have beautiful Northern Lights two nights in a row ! Let’s hope it continues… The forecast looks amazing at the moment
The conditions are good enough for us to be sailing again for our Northern Lights tour from Reykjavik which is great news!
From snow and clouds to clear skies and sun light.
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