MAYBE Sailing

Maybe Sailing operate two tall ships, MAYBE and Blue Clipper, offering a wide range of opportunities for those aged 9 to 25 and beyond, from an in-house Youth Development Program to Duke of Edinburgh Award activities and RYA Qualifications. They also offer hands-on corporate event opportunities and regularly participate in the annual Tall Ships Races races and Regattas organised by Sail Training International.


Maybe Sailing operate two tall ships, MAYBE and Blue Clipper, offering a wide range of opportunities for those aged 9 to 25 and beyond, from an in-house Youth Development Program to Duke of Edinburgh Award activities and RYA Qualifications. They also offer hands-on corporate event opportunities and regularly participate in the annual Tall Ships Races races and Regattas organised by Sail Training International.

Way of the Vikings

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Hvalsey, Greenland --- Ruins of Viking Church --- Image by © Wolfgang Kaehler/CORBIS

Embark

Stornoway, Scotland
April 14, 2018

Disembark

Reykjavik, Iceland
May 3, 2018


Join TS Blue Clipper as we follow the journey home of the ancient navigators. A voyage of culture, nature, wildlife and hidden wonders.

Join us as we follow the journey of the ancient navigators on their journey home from the UK. A voyage of culture, nature, wildlife and hidden wonders. Think mysterious standing stones, dramatic cliffs, thundering waterfalls, otters, seals, golden eagles and arctic foxes. Bring your cameras for this raw and wild wilderness voyage.

Stornoway

Your adventure begins in Stornoway, the largest town in the Outer Hebrides. When you arrive in Stornoway you just know you’re about to begin an unforgettable adventure. The harbour town is the portal to discovering a dramatic island landscape, rich in its natural and historical heritage, and it’s the epicentre of Gaelic culture. As we leave this Hebridean treasure, you’ll discover an ever-changing terrain of mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches. When it comes to heart-achingly beautiful scenery, the Western Isles deliver.

The Faroes

Adrift in the whirling rhythmic North Atlantic Sea, a different world lingers. An idyllic escape, peacefully set among lush green valleys, imposing basalt cliffs, grand treeless moorlands and waterfalls plunging directly into the wind whipped ocean. Unfathomable beauty mysteriously tucked away like a figment of a child’s imagination. There will be opportunities to go ashore and visit these unspoilt islands, often referred to as Europe’s best kept secret!
Leaving the Faroes we begin our passage to Iceland, 600 NM across the North Atlantic Ocean, expect wildlife galore during this 5 day passage.

Iceland

Magnificent scenery, clarity of light and the raw power of nature make Iceland a truly amazing place to visit. Immerse yourself in ethereal panoramic landscapes and breathe in the pure mountain air of this unspoiled land. Watch waterfalls cascade from the rugged cliffs and spend hours watching the Whales and Dolphins, from the deck. We hop around the coast of Iceland, anchoring in fjords, watching wildlife and wonder at the Midnight Sun. This epic expedition finishes in Reykjavik.

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General Requirements

Minimum Age: 16


Voyage Summary

You will be sailing Blue Clipper for the voyage "Way of the Vikings".

You will embark on April 14, 2018 in Stornoway, Scotland and disembark on May 3, 2018 in Reykjavik, Iceland.


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