MV Sarfaq IttukSailing plays a very important role in the Greenlandic infrastructure and a cruise along the West coast of Greenland is a fabulous way of experiencing this beautiful and varied country. Accommodation in outside cabins with private facilities.
MV Sarfaq Ittuk The best way to experience the great variety of the world's biggest island is from the sea. Join an amazing journey along the West Coast of Greenland, accommodated in modern outside cabins with private facilities, where we visit most of the towns and watch the beautiful landscape change along the way. This is how the locals travel.
M/V PlanciusThe Cape Verde Islands lie 375 miles off the coast of west Africa and are all volcanic in origin. The islands display a wonderful variety of landscapes and scenery from the spectacular rugged mountains of Santiago, Santo Antao and São Nicolau to the flat salt pans of Sal and Maio. The Cape Verde Islands were ‘discovered’ by the Portuguese between 1455 and 1461. Because of their strategic position in the Atlantic, on the crossroads of all major sailing routes to North America, South America and Asia, the islands quickly became an important port for shipping supplies, and stop-over for the international trade of gold, ivory and slaves. An interesting account of the history of the Cape Verde can be found in the museum in central Praia. The isolation of the Cape Verde islands has resulted in a number of endemic species, particularly of birds including Cape Verde Swift, Raso Lark, Cape Verde Warbler and Cape Verde Sparrow.