From Spitsbergen to Antigua our Schooner Cruises are for the most discerning traveler.
Sail the waters of Svalbard aboard the Noorderlicht, a two masted schooner which carries only 20 passengers.
Explore the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Caribbean aboard the magnificent Sea Cloud, a four-masted luxury bark, which carries 64 passengers and a crew of 60.
S/V NoorderlichtThe North Atlantic islands and coastlines offer some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world. From the Scottish Isles to the High Arctic, visitors to the region can witness enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales and dolphins and seals at sea.
S/V NoorderlichtThe Arctic coastlines offer some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world. Visitors to the region can witness enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales and dolphins at sea and seals and Walrus hauled out on the rocks and ice floes.
S/V NoorderlichtThe Norwegian name for this archipelago including Bear Island and Jan Mayen is Svalbard. However it is usually known as Spitsbergen. Covering an area almost as big as the Republic of Ireland, Spitsbergen with its population of 3,500 in five settlements is still today virtually unspoilt wilderness.
S/V Rembrandt van RijnAlpine peaks of West Greenland. Explore the West of Greenland on your mountain ski's or snowshoes and spot wildlife aboard sailing vessel "Rembrandt van Rijn" or from the Greenland shores
S/V NoorderlichtSpitsbergen is an Arctic archipelago about 650 kilometres (400 miles) north of Norway. The archipelago ranges from Bear Island at 74° North to Rossøya at 81° North. It is by far the largest wilderness area of Europe; it covers an area of about 62,500 km², about the size of Ireland. About 60% of the land is glaciated. Since 1925 Norway has sovereignty over Spitsbergen according to the international Spitsbergen Treaty. The Norwegian name for the archipelago is Svalbard.
S/V Rembrandt van RijnItinerary to be supplied at a later date.