About Us

Arctic Sailing is a small family business, however as a „day job“ we both work in Software engineering. We are proud parents of two daughters, and the family also includes our three dogs. We are members of the Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue (ICE-SAR) where we have undertaken specialized training on a wide scale, all from first-aid to mountain rescue.
It can clearly be stated that we are nature lovers, with passion for the outdoors, adventures and various sports, and that is how we choose to spent most of our spare time.

What we offer
We offer unique and adventurous sailing trips on our yacht here in Iceland, as well as in east Greenland, and our hope is to provide you with exactly what our slogan offers: “Experience – Explore – Enjoy!”

Our goal
Motivated by our love for nature, we want to share with you our experience and passion, and make your trip an adventure of a lifetime. We believe in that you should do what you love, and love what you do – so Arctic Sailing combiners both and is about making dreams come true. Life is now so make it amazing!

The yacht
Our 35 feet sailing boat, the Wild Geese, is a Beneteau Oceanis 351, and is suited for eight passengers. With three double cabins and a spacious lounge. Take a look inside the yacht.

The captain
The captain Guðjón Snær Steindórsson holds the RYA Yacht-master Offshore licence. He has vast experience in sailing, and his trips include the Trans-Atlantic, Greenland’s east coast, Faro Islands, Scotland and off course the coasts of Iceland. As well as trips in warmer climate such as Turkey and the Caribbean. Guðjón is also a mountain guide and mountain rescuer, with great experience in both rock- and iceclimbing. In addition to that he holds a diving licence, and has decades of experience there as well . With all of these attributes you can rest assure that he is the right man to plan and setup an adventurous trip for you!

Please feel free to contact us for any further information tel. +354 8603115 or send us an email to info@arcticsailing.is.

Arctic Sailing, Greenland, Ammassalik

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