"A trip with The Norðlýsið is about living in the moment, the realization that the voyage is the destination in itself. The feeling of the wind in your face, the sound of the waves breaking on the bow. The steady movements are unique to a wooden ship. These lead to an equilibrium beyond your body reaching into your soul."
Restored by the Faroese artist Tróndur Patursson in the 80s, the Faroese-built wooden sailship Norðlýsið (nor-lui-si) has become an icon for visitors and locals alike. Offering a perfect way to experience The Faroe Islands from the sea.
Allthough authentic, the ship offers modern toilets, heating and ventilation for our guests comfort.