Sunday, July 17, 2011


Húsavík to Sedysfjordur was a slow, wavy, upwind and motoring for 200 nautical miles. We arrived at about 1am on August 1st and tied up in a misty, foggy and almost dark night. The darkest we had experienced since halfway from Newfoundland.  The fjord was clouded in fog and the weather was rainy so we were not much impressed with the surroundings.  The addition of sunlight the next day showed the pleasant town in a much gentler light and we headed out to find the swimming pool.

The weather was beautiful as we left Iceland, drinking hot chocolate topped with whipped cream in the cockpit as we motored out of the fjord.  Relatively fast and uneventful trip to the Faroer Islands with wind against but rapid enough.

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