Sailing expedition from Reykjavik (ISL) to Harlingen (NL)
Live the life of a sailor and experience the 24-hour rhythm at sea on Tall Ship Wylde Swan during this sailing expedition from Reykjavik to Harlingen.
Sailing expedition from Iceland to the Netherlands
This sailing voyage touches the boundaries of four Seas; Denmark Strait, the Atlantic Ocean, the Norwegian Sea and the North Sea.
Your trip on Tall Ship Wylde Swan
After setting sail from Reykjavik, this voyage will give you the opportunity to experience 10 days and 10 nights at sea. Enjoy the pleasant atmosphere on board and meet our experienced crew. Join in on the sea watches to get involved in the 24-rhythm of the ship. A fantastic experience to live the life on board and learning all about sailing Tall Ship Wylde Swan.
This voyage is also about personal development and experiencing new things with a lot of sail training in changing weather conditions at open sea. Wylde Swan is very suitable for this.
This voyage is ideal for those who want to experience a lot of sailing at open sea in changing weather conditions.
The places you'll visit
Reykjavik is the capital and largest city of Iceland and it's world's Northernmost capital of a sovereign state. The Icelandic culture is founded upon the nation's Scandinavian heritage. Most Icelanders are descendants of Norse and Gaelic settlers.
Geographically Iceland is known for its volcanoes, glaciers and the natural phenomenon of geysers.
The international airport of Iceland, Reykjavik/Keflavik, lies about 3 miles from the citycenter of Reykjavik.
Harlingen is one of the 11 cities of Friesland and is situated besides the World Heritage Wadden Sea. It attracts fans of the wind, water and nature. The harbour of Harlingen is the most important harbour of the province of Friesland and is known as a ferry port to the islands of Vlieland and Terschelling.
A train station is situated in Harlingen Harbour; from here you can take a train to the international airport Amsterdam Schiphol.
Including full board (all meals and bedding).