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About boat tours

1. Why should I go on a boat trip?

There are no roads connecting town to town in Greenland. A trip into the fiord will take you close to icebergs and glaciers, or to small settlements in the area.  The fiords are the highways in this country.

Did you notice that every single Greenlandic town and settlement is by the sea? This is because Inuit have always earned their living from the sea. Going out to the fiords with a local will give you a glimpse of what Greenlanders really enjoy in their life. The rhythm of the tide, catching fish for dinner, a glimpse of the round head of a seal, birds nesting on cliffs, and perhaps a local’s summer tent in the middle of nowhere.

2. How big are the boats?

Many tour boats in Greenland are between 25 to 35 feet, and take 6 to 12 passengers. There are some that are larger which can take about 30 people. It’s a good idea to check whether it’s a boat with a cabin or an open boat.

3. How should I dress for a boat trip?

A windproof layer is essential, to be on the deck and take photos. Dress warmly, because the boat moves and the wind factor makes you feel colder. Warm hats and gloves are a must. Keep your neck warm too. You usually don’t need rubber boots, unless you are going to a remote place with a local hunter.

4. What happens when the weather is bad?

In Greenland, locals will tell you ”Sila naalagaq” which means the weather is the boss. Arctic weather conditions can be harsh, and this simple principle has been a key to survival for millennium. If sailing is not possible because of strong winds or ice conditions, tours will be rescheduled if possible. We give full refund if you can’t go on a tour that has to be changed because of the weather. This land is both grand and harsh. Come see and feel it for yourself.