The joy of sailing in a closed boat in winter is that you never have to get that cold. Inside the cabin, the heat is turned up and warm drinks flow. The captain or his guide switch between historical facts about the area and personal stories from last summer or childhood. And they always eagerly point out an Arctic fox or eagle when they spot them.
When you see a picture-worthy scene you simply must capture, take on your warm coat, tie your scarf tight and pop out to the deck for a few minutes. Your seat will be waiting for you.
Who sails in winter
In South Greenland, Blue Ice Explorer offers boat tours to nearby glaciers and the Norse ruins, part of Greenland’s newest UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not to mention, if you travel between Narsarsuaq and any of the other towns in the area, transport by boat is one of Disko Line’s choices.
In the capital, local tour operators like Kang Tourism, Martek APS, Nuuk Water Taxi and Tupilak Travel keep their boats primed to sail to any of the four neighboring fjords, five weekend huts and two abandoned settlements. Whether it is a few hours of freedom or a full-blown cosy getaway you’re looking for, they have you covered.