Harlingen - Bodø (NOR)
- Harlingen - Bodø
- 24-04-2020 19:00 hours – 05-05-2020 10:00 hours
- € 890,- / 990,-
This trip is all about sailing! We have a goal and we know when we need to achieve it, so we'll also be sailing throughout the night to cover as many miles as possible in a day. Preferably under sail, as it not only more sustainable and economical, but also the ultimate way to enjoy this adventure on a tallship! A milemaker trip is often planned with some leeway to allow for bad weather, however if the weather gods are well intentioned we might be able to use the time gained through the favourable winds to get you ashore for an excursion or a stopover.
On the North Sea the ship will travel along the East and North Frisian Islands towards the coast of Norway. The Norwegian coast is usually reached after 3 days and nights. Based on what the weather gods gave us to work with, we will decide on how to proceed. If we have made good progress, the captain will certainly go into a fjord, to admire its beauty and possibly visit an extra port. At 66 ° North we will cross the Arctic Circle to moor in Bodø as our final destination.
As a co-sailor, you are welcome to assist our crew in the daily running of the vessel. This could be hoisting the sails, but being part of a nightwatch would also be a possibility.
Potential ports of call: Stavanger, Bergen, Ålesund, Trondheim
Wind and weather can influence the voyage.
Included in the price:
- Accommodation in a two person cabin with shower and toilet
- Bed linen and towels
- Full board
- Harbour fees
Not included in the price:
- Transfer costs
- Drinks, except coffee, tea and water
- Travel and cancellation insurance
- Please, don’t forget your passport or identity card
- Luggage preferably in soft travel bags; hard suitcases are difficult to store in the cabins
- Expenses on board can be settled at the end of the trip
- Unfortunately it isn’t possible to pay by card
On board the Antigua you are on a very special expedition ship. The three master has a specious center deck which enables you as guest to view the vast wilderness and animals of northernmost regions of Europe. The characteristic sailing ship counts three zodiacs used for excursions.
You’re immediately at home in the comfortable and cosy salon of the ship, a perfect spot to wind down from a day at sea. As in the salon, the standard cabins are mahogany finished. For those who prefer slightly more comfort there are a few larger cabins with loose beds. All cabins have en-suite bathrooms with showers and toilets.
With the Barkentine Antigua you will reach regions where other ships won’t be able to sail. It’s for that reason that guests prefer to embark on our unique expeditions in arctic waters.
| 16 comfortable 2 persons cabins with shower and toilet|
| 8 cabins are 'comfort cabins' and have seperate 1-persons beds|
| All cabins have central heating and air conditioning|
| Spacious saloon with bar|
| Atmospheric spacious deck with furniture|
| Sound installation and beamer|
| Ship type: Three masted barquentine|
| Year built: 1957|
| Home port: Harlingen, Netherlands|
| Day charter: 95 guests|
| Berths: 32 guests|
| Length overall: 49 m|
| Beam: 7,0 m|
| Draught: 3 m|
| Gross Tonnage: 210 GT|
| Main mast height: 31 m|
| Sail area: 750 m²|