Does the Great North tickle your fancy? Apply…

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“Romantic” sailing in the strictest sense of the word, polar bears to get away from the boat, breathtaking landscapes, walrus colonies, whales, diving in the Arctic Sea, paragliding from Norwegian cliffs, and more
. This is what the crew aboard the Beard, a Jeanneau Sun Fast 37, experienced firsthand.

THAT’S “EPIC SAILING”

1-Stavanger-IMG_2926-1-1200x800AND IF YOU GET THE URGE.
An international expedition to circumnavigate the Svalbard Islands (located in the Arctic Ocean, positioned between 74° and 81° North, and between 10° and 34° East, they are the northernmost part of Norway), under sail, with the partnership of Ulman Sails. The Great North can also be explored aboard an ordinary cruise boat. Barba completed 3,400 miles sailing at some of the highest latitudes accessible by sailboats. Now the boat is returning (very slowly) to warmer Norway, but Andreas, the captain, is looking for a sailor who is willing to take on icy storms, raging seas, and sudden freezes. Do you want to run for office? Take a tour of www.barba.no

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