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Thursday, April 27, 2017

MORE HUMPBACKS SHOWING UP

Short after our RIB speed boat Amma Sigga had left the harbor this morning, the crew onboard informed the ticket center that a humpback whale was sighted in the bay. At the moment, both our boats are watching the whale.

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

FIRST HUMPBACK WHALE SIGHTED

After also yesterday‘s tours continued just as great with orcas and fin whales seen in the bay, this morning boats have sighted a humpback whale shortly after leaving the harbor. Humpback whales are the most common whale here in Skjálfandi Bay during the summer time.

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Thursday, April 20, 2017

KILLER WHALE BACK IN THE BAY

Despite the weather, our morning started as good as it could get with a killer whale being sighted short after the boats had left the harbor.It‘s the same male killer whale which was already seen by our RIB speed boat on the "GG2 Big Whale Safari and Puffins" tour two days ago.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

BROCHURE 2017 PUBLISHED

The new brochure for 2017 has just come out. Take a look and read about the exciting tours from Húsavík, meet our team, and get to know the new RIB that will be added to our fleet this summer.

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Friday, April 14, 2017

"GG2 BIG WHALE SAFARI AND PUFFINS" STARTING TOMORROW

From tomorrow, 15th of April, we will start sailing on our RIB speed boats again. The "GG2 Big Whale Safari and Puffins" is scheduled twice a day. We will depart at 9:30am as well as 12:30pm. Extra departures will be added depending on demand.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

BREAKING NEWS: SPERM WHALES IN THE BAY!

A couple of minutes ago a message reached our ticket office: Guide Ricardo writes that our 9:45 "GG1 Whale Watching" departure has sighted two sperm whales in Skjálfandi Bay.

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Friday, April 7, 2017

BLUE WHALE STILL HANGING OUT IN THE BAY

Also yesterday and today we were lucky to encounter the big BLUE WHALE during our „GG1 Whale Watching“ tour which departs daily at 9:45 in the morning. Blue whales are the largest, but also heaviest animals on earth as they can grow more than 30 metres in length whilst weighing about 200 tons.

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Monday, April 3, 2017

BLUE WHALE SIGHTINGS CONTINUE

After a great season start two days ago with a blue whale delightening the tour, also yesterday’s and today‘s tour continued to be successful: The blue whale is still in the bay and was sighted on all departures so far.

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