2019 Summer Svalbard Tours

Svalbard Excursions for modern explorers in the far North

Summer in Svalbard is a mystical and golden destination filled with desolate landscapes and powerful energy. With infinite sunlight, summer is the perfect time to explore the power of the North.

Choose Your Svalbard Excursion Below:

Glacier & Walrus Safari / 3 Days

Dates: 21 June – 24 June & 19 July – 22 July

Glacier & Walrus Safari / 3 Days

Dates:
21 June – 24 June
19 July – 22 July

Glacier & Walrus Safari / 3 Days

21 June – 24 June & 19 July – 22 July
NOK20'000/person
  • Guided 3 day Svalbard cruise tour onboard one of our comfortable catamarans
  • Spotting and learning about marine wildlife such as polar bears, polar foxes, reindeers, eagles, seals, seabirds and whales (we do not always see all spices)
  • Small Bites, Espresso Coffee & A wide variety of premium Tea
  • All inclusive meals (3 meals + snacks every day)
  • Sailing with possibility to ask questions around navigation
  • Professional Skipper with all commercial licenses
  • Accommodation in double cabin with private bathroom for 3 nights
  • Warm Safety Suits
  • Alcohol can be purchased on-board
Contact for reservation

The Itinerary 

Arrival Day – Boarding in Longyearbyen

Get ready to be amazed by the breathtaking snowy mountain ranges that cross the massive Arctic region of Svalbard, the land of the polar bears, svalbard reindeer and immense glaciers. As you fly into Longyearbyen airport, you will begin to realize how far North we really are. It is then when the excitement to explore this undiscovered landscape will begin as you start to descend and touchdown to their quaint airport.

It’s well recommended to arrive in Longyearbyen one day before departure and enjoy the small selection of pubs, restaurants and souvenir shops available in this arctic town. Longyearbyen has a certain type of ruggedness to it, while it is hard to explain, it is a must to experience.

In the afternoon, a member of the Pukka Crew will meet you in the small marina located 10 minutes by foot or 5 minutes by taxi from the city center (you can not walk from the airport as it is in a polar bear protection zone, we suggest taking the bus or taxi into town). It is now when you will board our comfortable catamaran, get settled into your cabins and settle down in the saloon with a fresh cup of coffee or tea.

Your captain will sit the group down for a safety briefing, along with a recap of the itinerary in order for you to feel safe, comfortable and excited while being on-board. If you need to send a message to home, this is the time as Svalbard offers a complete digital detox with no phone reception outside the main fjord called “Isfjorden”.

Day One – Breathtaking Glaciers

We don’t have to go too far in order to be amazed by the epicness of this stunning destination in the far north. On the way to tonight’s anchorage we will get familiar with the boat and learn a bit about sailing and navigation before we stop by one of our favourite glaciers to take some pictures, get friendly with small icebergs, maybe experience a “carving” (when the wall of ice collapse into the sea) and get straight into the feeling of exploring the arctic wilderness. Along the cost we often spot Svalbard reindeer, and from the inflated zodiac we can move around to pick our favourite mini iceberg for a picture.

After some hours of taking in the surroundings, it’s time to sit down for a well deserved meal along with a cup of fresh coffee. We will start to prepare for tonight’s anchorage, this could be by the glacier, or we will sail to Trygghavna, translated to “Safe harbour” if there it too much floating ice in the glacier area.

Don’t worry – if you can’t get enough of the nature while trying to to spot polar bears, the midnight sun shines all night and we have plenty of comfortable pillows and blankets to enjoy the night on the nets of the catamaran.

Day Two – Walrus Safari

“THERE, LOOK!’’ We never seem to stop getting fascinated by spotting wildlife in the region. The walrus, an incredible animal weighing up to 2000kg in size enjoys the Arctic region of Svalbard where they live together in colonies, relax on land or nearby the water front, where they search for food on the bottom of the sea in the area surrounding “Poolepynten”.

Having such experiences close to wildlife and nature provides a good reminder that we are visitors in their habitat. We should always be grateful that they are kind enough to let us hang out for a while and enjoy the afternoon together.

We provide binoculars, so you can zoom in on the magnificent animals from the boat or on the rubber zodiac. Later in the afternoon, we may take the dinghy to shore and carefully watch them from a distance. Sharing the beach with a walrus colony, what a story to bring back home and remind your friends and family what a real expedition is about.

After returning to the boat, we get ready to sail, and the aim for the evening is to reach “Barentsburg”.

Russia has a long history of settlements on Svalbard, and maybe the most famous one is “Barentsburg”. The remains for a soviet area are still very prominent in this old mining town, coming here is like going back in time. Barentsburg actually started as a Dutch mining project in the 1920’s, but was soon sold to the Soviet Union.

Basically everyone living here (about 500 people) are in some way or another connect to coal mining activities. In the city center, after cruising through broken roads and buildings that look as if they were taken out of a movie set. You will find a big Lenin statue that overlooks the town. On the walls there are still writings and poems from the soviet era.

Day Three – Coles Bay & Longyearbyen

A unique old mining town is located in the beautiful Coles bay. This place really has an abandoned feeling to it, and it’s possible to explore the old houses where remains from a different time is apparent all over. Photos, clothing, dining items and chairs were left in old buildings with broken doors. It’s an abandoned town soviet town, totally unique to anything else that we have seen thus far.

The birds run this town now, and there is plenty of them. When driving the rubber zodiac up on the beach in the middle of the small town, you can imagine the activity that took place here, not too long ago. With the sun in your face and excitement for more exploration, a hike along the hills of the coastline is a lovely activity for the afternoon. Small houses are still to be found, and the imagination to what happened the day everyone left goes wild. There is little documentation from the time in Coles Bay, which is what makes this place so interesting.

In the afternoon we will have a late lunch on the boat while cruising back to Longyearbyen. Tonight we are back in civilization.

The sail between Coles Bay & Longyearbyen once again offers a good opportunity to spot whales or polar bears. We are now in “Isfjorden”, translated to “The Ice Fjord” even though it’s relatively clean of ice in the summer time.

We will arrive back in Longyearbyen in the early afternoon and disembark between 15:00 – 18:00. It’s well recommended to stay one night in an hotel in Longyearbyen, the feeling of walking on land and getting hotel showers can be a bit overwhelming, but don’t worry, you have made new friends throughout this Svalbard sailing adventure that you can support you in transitioning back to normal life once more.

Our crew will help you to order a taxi either to the airport or to Longyearbyen center, and if you wish to go for a few hours of exploration of the town, you can leave your bags on the boat.

Coming Soon

Svalbard Classic Explorer Package / 6 Days

Dates: 10 July – 16 July & 21 August – 27 August

Svalbard Classic Explorer Package / 6 Days

Dates:
10 July – 16 July
21 August – 27 August

Svalbard Classic Explorer Package / 6 Days

10 July – 16 July & 21 August – 27 August
NOK35'000/person
  • Guided 6 day Svalbard cruise tour onboard one of our comfortable catamarans
  • Spot & Learn about marine wildlife such as polar bears, polar foxes, reindeers, eagles, seals, seabirds and whales (we do not always see all spices)
  • Small Bites, Espresso Coffee & A wide variety of premium Tea
  • All inclusive meal package (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snacks)
  • Sailing with possibility to ask questions around navigation
  • Professional Skipper with all commercial licenses
  • Accommodation in double room with private bathroom
  • Warm Safety Suits
  • Alcohol can be purchased on-board
Contact for reservation

The Itinerary 

Arrival Day – Boarding in Longyearbyen

Get ready to be amazed by the breathtaking snowy mountain ranges that cross the massive Arctic region of Svalbard, the land of the polar bears, svalbard reindeer and immense glaciers. As you fly into Longyearbyen airport, you will begin to realize how far North we really are. It is then when the excitement to explore this undiscovered landscape will begin as you start to descend and touchdown to their quaint airport.

It’s well recommended to arrive in Longyearbyen one day before departure and enjoy the small selection of pubs, restaurants and souvenir shops available in this arctic town. Longyearbyen has a certain type of ruggedness to it, while it is hard to explain, it is a must to experience.

In the afternoon, a member of the Pukka Crew will meet you in the small marina located 10 minutes by foot or 5 minutes by taxi from the city center (you can not walk from the airport as it is in a polar bear protection zone, we suggest taking the bus or taxi into town). It is now when you will board our comfortable catamaran, get settled into your cabins and settle down in the saloon with a fresh cup of coffee or tea.

Your captain will sit the group down for a safety briefing, along with a recap of the itinerary in order for you to feel safe, comfortable and excited while being on-board. If you need to send a message to home, this is the time as Svalbard offers a complete digital detox with no phone reception outside the main fjord called “Isfjorden”.

Day One – Breathtaking Glaciers

We don’t have to go too far in order to be amazed by the epicness of this stunning destination in the far north. On the way to tonight’s anchorage we will get familiar with the boat and learn a bit about sailing and navigation before we stop by one of our favourite glaciers to take some pictures, get friendly with small icebergs, maybe experience a “carving” (when the wall of ice collapse into the sea) and get straight into the feeling of exploring the arctic wilderness. Along the cost we often spot Svalbard reindeer, and from the inflated zodiac we can move around to pick our favourite mini iceberg for a picture.

After some hours of taking in the surroundings, it’s time to sit down for a well deserved meal along with a cup of fresh coffee. We will start to prepare for tonight’s anchorage, this could be by the glacier, or we will sail to Trygghavna, translated to “Safe harbour” if there it too much floating ice in the glacier area.

Don’t worry – if you can’t get enough of the nature while trying to to spot polar bears, the midnight sun shines all night and we have plenty of comfortable pillows and blankets to enjoy the night on the nets of the catamaran.

Day Two – Walrus Safari

“THERE, LOOK!’’ We never seem to stop getting fascinated by spotting wildlife in the region. The walrus, an incredible animal weighing up to 2000kg in size enjoys the Arctic region of Svalbard where they live together in colonies, relax on land or nearby the water front, where they search for food on the bottom of the sea in the area surrounding “Poolepynten”.

Having such experiences close to wildlife and nature provides a good reminder that we are visitors in their habitat. We should always be grateful that they are kind enough to let us hang out for a while and enjoy the afternoon together.

We provide binoculars, so you can zoom in on the magnificent animals from the boat or on the rubber zodiac. Later in the afternoon, we may take the dinghy to shore and carefully watch them from a distance. Sharing the beach with a walrus colony, what a story to bring back home and remind your friends and family what a real expedition is about.

After returning to the boat, we get ready to sail North, passing 79 degrees north around midnight and cruise under the midnight sun along the western side of Svalbard after an epic, raw, and unforgettable day.

Day Three – Kongsfjorden & Ny Ålesund

After breakfast and coffee, we can enjoy the view of Kongsfjorden (The fjord of the kings), and make our way to Ny Ålesund, the world’s most northerly settlement, with a permanent population just above 30 people. This is an important place for research and in the summer a range of countries send their representatives to Ny Ålesund, creating an unique mix of nationalities in the middle of the arctic wilderness.

Here we can explore the small town, drop a letter to send back home from the most northerly post box in the world and stroll between the houses together with wild reindeer. If we are lucky – the locals have the pub open where we can enjoy a well reserved beer and get to know the interesting mix of people whom live in this place. It’s a welcoming atmosphere, and we are reminded that yes – there are other people on this northerly part of the planet 😉

Day Four – New London & Krossfjorden

Ready for another adventure? It’s hard to believe how much there is to explore on around the island of Svalbard. Normally the fjords around Ny Ålesund offers stunning icebergs and plenty of seals. We will sail out in the morning to explore in, out and zig-zag around these floating mountains of ice.

In the afternoon, we will take you to an interesting place where a lot of history has been made, and plenty of remains are still standing on the shores – not to be touched, but experienced. It’s called “New London”, an English company named “The Northern Exploration Company”, run by Ernest Mansfield established a mining project for marble here in 1911.

It was an ambitious project with big investments in buildings, steam engines, rails, wagons and other equipment to prepare the marble for shipping south to economic gain. The project was paused during times of war, and short after the adventure of New London was abandoned. Today we can anchor up in this charming small bay and enjoy a historic stroll on the beach.

The bays of Kongsfjorden and Krossfjorden offers glaciers, icebergs, bird cliffs, old settlements, and chances to spot polar bears, polar foxes, seals and whales. We are up for an epic day in the far north.

Day Five – Sailing South In Forlandssundet

In the morning we start to sail south with Prins Karls Forland to our right and Oscar II Land to our left. These waters generally offer great sailing winds and protected from the swell of the ocean, this provides great opportunities to test the performance of our sailing catamaran, with a “full rig” and a focused crew it’s a fun activity to coordinate the navigation by sail and put new learnings from the week to the test.

We are once more passing by the land tip called “Poolepynten” where we will get another chance to spot the walrus colony in case we were not successful in the second day of the expedition. If walrus spotting has already been checked off the list for the route, then we sail closer to mainland and keep binoculars ready to polar bear spotting.

Tonight, we go to Russia..

Day Six – Breakfast in Barentsburg and Sailing to Longyearbyen

Good morning, and welcome to Russia!

Russia has a long history of settlements on Svalbard, and maybe the most famous one is “Barentsburg”. The remains for a soviet area are still very prominent in this old mining town, coming here is like going back in time. Barentsburg actually started as a Dutch mining project in the 1920’s, but was soon sold to the Soviet Union.

Basically everyone living here (about 500 people) are in some way or another connect to coal mining activities. In the city center, after cruising through broken roads and buildings that look as if they were taken out of a movie set. You will find a big Lenin statue that overlooks the town. On the walls there are still writings and poems from the soviet era.

After breakfast take a quick walk around the town before the sail back to Longyearbyen. The distance between Barentsburg & Longyearbyen once again offers a good opportunity to spot whales or polar bears. We are now in “Isfjorden”, translated to “The Ice Fjord” even though it’s relatively clean of ice in the summer time.

We will arrive back in Longyearbyen in the afternoon and disembark between 15:00 – 18:00 (Depending on the wind & weather it may be as late as 18:00). It’s well recommended to stay one night in an hotel in Longyearbyen, the feeling of walking on land and getting hotel showers can be a bit overwhelming, but don’t worry, you have made new friends throughout this Svalbard sailing adventure that you can support you in transitioning back to normal life once more.

Our crew will help you to order a taxi either to the airport or to Longyearbyen center, and if you wish to go for a few hours of exploration of the town, you can leave your bags on the boat.

Coming Soon

Ultimate Svalbard Expedition / 9 Days

Dates: 28 June – 7 July / 26 July – 4 August / 9 August – 18 August

The Ultimate Svalbard Expedition / 9 Days

 

Dates:
28 June – 7 July
26 July – 4 August
9 August – 18 August

The Ultimate Svalbard Expedition / 9 Days

28 June – 7 July & 26 July – 4 August & 9 August – 18 August
NOK45'000/person
  • Guided 9 day Svalbard cruise tour onboard one of our comfortable catamarans
  • Spot & Learn about marine wildlife such as polar bears, polar foxes, reindeers, eagles, seals, seabirds and whales (we do not always see all spices)
  • Small Bites, Espresso Coffee & A wide variety of premium Tea
  • All inclusive meal package (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snacks)
  • Sailing with possibility to ask questions around navigation
  • Professional Skipper with all commercial licenses
  • Accommodation in double room with private bathroom
  • Warm Safety Suits
  • Alcohol can be purchased on-board
Contact for reservation

The Itinerary 

Arrival Day – Boarding in Longyearbyen

Get ready to be amazed by the breathtaking snowy mountain ranges that cross the massive Arctic region of Svalbard, the land of the polar bears, svalbard reindeer and immense glaciers. As you fly into Longyearbyen airport, you will begin to realize how far North we really are. It is then when the excitement to explore this undiscovered landscape will begin as you start to descend and touchdown to their quaint airport.

It’s well recommended to arrive in Longyearbyen one day before departure and enjoy the small selection of pubs, restaurants and souvenir shops available in this arctic town. Longyearbyen has a certain type of ruggedness to it, while it is hard to explain, it is a must to experience.

In the afternoon, a member of the Pukka Crew will meet you in the small marina located 10 minutes by foot or 5 minutes by taxi from the city center (you can not walk from the airport as it is in a polar bear protection zone, we suggest taking the bus or taxi into town). It is now when you will board our comfortable catamaran, get settled into your cabins and settle down in the saloon with a fresh cup of coffee or tea.

Your captain will sit the group down for a safety briefing, along with a recap of the itinerary in order for you to feel safe, comfortable and excited while being on-board. If you need to send a message to home, this is the time as Svalbard offers a complete digital detox with no phone reception outside the main fjord called “Isfjorden”.

Day One – Breathtaking Glaciers

We don’t have to go too far in order to be amazed by the epicness of this stunning destination in the far north. On the way to tonight’s anchorage we will get familiar with the boat and learn a bit about sailing and navigation before we stop by one of our favourite glaciers to take some pictures, get friendly with small icebergs, maybe experience a “carving” (when the wall of ice collapse into the sea) and get straight into the feeling of exploring the arctic wilderness. Along the cost we often spot Svalbard reindeer, and from the inflated zodiac we can move around to pick our favourite mini iceberg for a picture.

After some hours of taking in the surroundings, it’s time to sit down for a well deserved meal along with a cup of fresh coffee. We will start to prepare for tonight’s anchorage, this could be by the glacier, or we will sail to Trygghavna, translated to “Safe harbour” if there it too much floating ice in the glacier area.

Don’t worry – if you can’t get enough of the nature while trying to to spot polar bears, the midnight sun shines all night and we have plenty of comfortable pillows and blankets to enjoy the night on the nets of the catamaran.

Day Two – Walrus Safari

“THERE, LOOK!’’ We never seem to stop getting fascinated by spotting wildlife in the region. The walrus, an incredible animal weighing up to 2000kg in size enjoys the Arctic region of Svalbard where they live together in colonies, relax on land or nearby the water front, where they search for food on the bottom of the sea in the area surrounding “Poolepynten”.

Having such experiences close to wildlife and nature provides a good reminder that we are visitors in their habitat. We should always be grateful that they are kind enough to let us hang out for a while and enjoy the afternoon together.

We provide binoculars, so you can zoom in on the magnificent animals from the boat or on the rubber zodiac. Later in the afternoon, we may take the dinghy to shore and carefully watch them from a distance. Sharing the beach with a walrus colony, what a story to bring back home and remind your friends and family what a real expedition is about.

After returning to the boat, we get ready to sail North, passing 79 degrees north around midnight and cruise under the midnight sun along the western side of Svalbard after an epic, raw, and unforgettable day.

Day Three – A historic walk on the shores of Magdalenefjorden

There is so much history to be told in this region. Many arctic whalers rest here on the graveyard established a few hundred years ago, known as “Gravneset”. After a long leg of sailing at sea, it’s nice to stretch our legs and prepare for a small hike. Don’t worry, we will carefully scout the shorelines for polar bears, and our guides have clear procedures for keeping everyone safe, comfortable and happy while on shore.

This place is simply stunning, it offers a great amount of history, plenty of reindeer and birds in the area, and we can enjoy the sight of yet another epic glacier. If we are lucky, we may be able to see the polar fox hunting in the area or even glance at a seal popping out of the water to see who the visitors are. There is sometimes another walrus colony in the area, a second go at seeing these mighty animals is an unexpected treat for travelers.

After paying our respects to the resting explorers in the graveyard on the south side of the bay, we head over to the north end of the bay, closer to the glacier, where we can set up our grill for our evening meal and watch the icebergs float out from the carving glacier under the midnight sun. There are good days, there are great days, but there is only one day like the visit to the famous magdalenefjord. Tonight, we will drop anchor in a well protected area of this historical place.

Day Four – Kongsfjorden & Ny Ålesund

After breakfast and coffee, we will sail down the west coast of Svalbard towards to the world’s most northerly permanent settlement, Ny Ålsund. Along the way we keep a constant lookout for polar bears along the shore and whales in the sea. There are often whales seen in this area and it’s possible to spots big groups of white whales (beluga) who calmly cruise along the shore lines.

In the late afternoon we will reach Kongsfjorden (The fjord of the kings), and make our way to Ny Ålesund, the world’s most northerly settlement, with a permanent population just above 30 people. This is an important place for research and in the summer a range of countries send their representatives to Ny Ålesund, creating an unique mix of nationalities in the middle of the arctic wilderness.

Here we can explore the small town, drop a letter to send back home from the most northerly post box in the world and stroll between the houses together with wild reindeer. If we are lucky – the locals have the pub open where we can enjoy a well reserved beer and get to know the interesting mix of people whom live in this place. It’s a welcoming atmosphere, and we are reminded that yes – there are other people on this northerly part of the planet 😉

Day Five  – New London & Krossfjorden

Ready for another adventure? It’s hard to believe how much there is to explore on around the island of Svalbard. Normally the fjords around Ny Ålesund offers stunning icebergs and plenty of seals. We will sail out in the morning to explore in, out and zig-zag around these floating mountains of ice.

In the afternoon, we will take you to an interesting place where a lot of history has been made, and plenty of remains are still standing on the shores – not to be touched, but experienced. It’s called “New London”, an English company named “The Northern Exploration Company”, run by Ernest Mansfield established a mining project for marble here in 1911.

It was an ambitious project with big investments in buildings, steam engines, rails, wagons and other equipment to prepare the marble for shipping south to economic gain. The project was paused during times of war, and short after the adventure of New London was abandoned. Today we can anchor up in this charming small bay and enjoy a historic stroll on the beach.

The bays of Kongsfjorden and Krossfjorden offers glaciers, icebergs, bird cliffs, old settlements, and chances to spot polar bears, polar foxes, seals and whales. We are up for an epic day in the far north.

Day Six – Sailing South In Forlandssundet & Safe Harbour

After a day of exploration around Kongsfjord & Krossfjord we start to sail south with Prins Karls Forland to our right and Oscar II Land to our left. These waters generally offer great sailing winds and protected from the swell of the ocean, this provides great opportunities to test the performance of our sailing catamaran, with a “full rig” and a focused crew it’s a fun activity to coordinate the navigation by sail and put new learnings from the week to the test.

We are once more passing by the land tip called “Poolepynten” where we will get another chance to spot the walrus colony in case we were not successful in the second day of the expedition. If walrus spotting has already been checked off the list for the route, then we sail closer to mainland and keep binoculars ready to polar bear spotting.

In the night, we anchor up in Trygghavna, enjoy a well deserved meal after a long day at sea. The mountains in this fjord rise high around the us, and we are well protected for a good night of sleep. Tomorrow we go to Russia..

Day Seven – Barentsburg – We’re in Russia

Russia has a long history of settlements on Svalbard, and maybe the most famous one is “Barentsburg”. The remains for a soviet area are still very prominent in this old mining town, coming here is like going back in time. Barentsburg actually started as a Dutch mining project in the 1920’s, but was soon sold to the Soviet Union.

Basically everyone living here (about 500 people) are in some way or another connect to coal mining activities. In the city center, after cruising through broken roads and buildings that look as if they were taken out of a movie set. You will find a big Lenin statue that overlooks the town. On the walls there are still writings and poems from the soviet era.

This afternoon we will dock near Barentsburg and where it is possible to take a break from the boat life and enjoy a meal at a restaurant in the Russian town.

Day Eight – Coles Bay

A unique old mining town is located in the beautiful Coles bay. This place really has an abandoned feeling to it, and it’s possible to explore the old houses where remains from a different time is apparent all over. Photos, clothing, dining items and chairs were left in old buildings with broken doors. It’s an abandoned town soviet town, totally unique to anything else that we have seen thus far.

The birds run this town now, and there is plenty of them. When driving the rubber zodiac up on the beach in the middle of the small town, you can imagine the activity that took place here, not too long ago. With the sun in your face and excitement for more exploration, a hike along the hills of the coastline is a lovely activity for the afternoon. Small houses are still to be found, and the imagination to what happened the day everyone left goes wild. There is little documentation from the time in Coles Bay, which is what makes this place so interesting.

In the evening we will prepare a BBQ on the beach and since we can’t watch the sun go down (due to midnight sun in Svalbard) we will enjoy our last night of mystical light in the bays of Svalbard. Tomorrow we start the sail back to civilization.

Day Nine – Sailing to Longyearbyen

The sail between Coles Bay & Longyearbyen once again offers a good opportunity to spot whales or polar bears. We are now in “Isfjorden”, translated to “The Ice Fjord” even though it’s relatively clean of ice in the summer time.

We will arrive back in Longyearbyen in the early afternoon and disembark between 15:00 – 18:00. It’s well recommended to stay one night in an hotel in Longyearbyen, the feeling of walking on land and getting hotel showers can be a bit overwhelming, but don’t worry, you have made new friends throughout this Svalbard sailing adventure that you can support you in transitioning back to normal life once more.

Our crew will help you to order a taxi either to the airport or to Longyearbyen center, and if you wish to go for a few hours of exploration of the town, you can leave your bags on the boat.

Coming Soon

Sail To Ski In Svalbard / 8 Days

Dates: 19 May – 27 / May 30 May – 7 / June 10 June – 18 June

Sail To Ski In Svalbard / 8 Days

 

Dates:
19 May – 27 May
30 May – 7 June
10 June – 18 June

We are still working on the details of Sail to Ski in Svalbard, but we are convinced it is going to be epic. 

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Safety & Comfort is Key

At Pukka Travels, we care about your comfort and if you are warm, you will have a much better experience. We will provide insulated arctic safety suits that will keep you dry and warm during your expedition out at sea.

You are our #1 in our hearts

At Pukka Travels our #1 priority is our travelers. If there is anything we can do to make your experience in Svalbard better, please let our team know. We are available 7 days per week. 

Keeping our Earth Clean & Happy

In order to run an eco-friendly organization, we choose to use sailing boats and electric cars for the majority of our tours. We also measure the amount of fuel we use and offset our carbon footprint with a carbon neutralizer company.

X marks the spot

We love showing you our backyard, which is why we have a variety of spots marked on our maps. We will take you to the best one depending on the weather conditions during the time of your tour. All to make you feel comfortable and safe while out on the water, or on land.

What about food?

On our tours we take your comfort very seriously and we know how nice it is to have a bite to eat along with warm drinks. We will provide breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, coffee & tea on our tours in Svalbard. 

Getting to land?

Our catamaran is equipped with a zodiac which your skipper will guide you safely onto shore, or to explore safely between icebergs near the glacier.

Bringing the entire gang along?

If you are traveling in a bigger group we can offer several boats where you will all get to enjoy the fjords while sailing out in the Arctic. Please feel free to contact us if you are a larger  group as we have great experience in hosting big events, both on land and at sea.

Looking for something more?

All of our tours can be made private, personalized or special for you. Just message or email our team at support@pukkatravels.com.

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