The spread of the coronavirus has made the Norwegian government to extend the duration of the preventive actions from March 24th. According to this, Sail Senja has to cancel all sailing courses and trips in April. We are currently planning new dates for these activities, and they will be announced on our Facebook page. Like the page and keep yourself updated.
We will start our sailing trip talking about security on board. Then, we hoist the sails and head towards the characteristic mountain Teisten. At Teistneset lighthouse we turn the boat northeast in the direction of Bergsøyan. Here we will sail into a very special area and archipelago, which with its about 90 islands is now regulated as a landscape protected area. This is because of its rich birdlife, special strandflat and history.
When we pass through Bergsøyan, there is a great chance that we will meet puffins, common eiders and oystercatchers. On our way south at the eastern side of Bergsøyan, we will have a good view of the small village Skaland and the mountain Husfjellet, and also Finnkona in Bergsbotn with its special formations. From here we will sail the shipping route in the south and west direction back towards Hamn i Senja, before we are docking the boat safely with one more experience to remember. The entire trip is estimated to last for 2.5 – 3.5 hours.
On this sailing trip you can decide for yourself whether you want to participate as a crew during the sailing, or just sit back and let our experienced skipper do the job for you.
Surrounded by some of Norway’s most spectacular mountains on the west side of Senja, only pulled forward by the natural and eco-friendly forces of the wind, everything should be ready for a truly unique experience of nature which you will hardly forget.