Sail for a little over 3 hours on our traditional oak ship to discover the magnificent nature of Skjálfandi Bay, Iceland, observing whales, dolphins and puffins among other sea birds in their natural habitat.
Lundey, one of Skjalfandi Bay's pearls, is the home of about 200,000 puffins during their breeding season – a spectacular sight. Husavik has been called the best place in the world to see the friendly minke whale – which are normally quite timid creatures, but here they have been known to approach the boats and surface right alongside.
Whales are often encountered within 20 minutes of leaving the harbour and appear to take as much interest in humans as we do in them. Boisterous white-beaked dolphins and harbour porpoises frequently join the party, and sometimes humpback and other large whales are spotted.