Cruising the Faroe Islands

Welcome on board.  We are the first company to provide cruises within the Faroe Islands for discerning customers who are looking for something a little different when they travel.  Unlike the Smyril line which runs from Denmark to the Faroe Islands and onward to Iceland, taking days, or the short intra island ferries, we offer something in-between. From the moment we pick you up, you will pampered and cared for to ensure you arrive in tip top condition at your final destination.

Our embarkation points are carefully located across the Faroe Islands, where you will wait with your friends in our purpose built waiting facilities.  Free food and drink will be provided to all our guests. 

Pick any circle to wait

Boarding will be by one of three dedicated boarding channels, which will whisk you on board with the minimum of fuss to then allow you to mingle with fellow passengers ahead of your cruise.  

Welcome aboard, swim this way

In keeping with our five star standards we provide all our guests free spa and detox facilities.  Here in cool clear spring water you will bathe and be treated with our special mix of chemicals leaving you louse free and ready to travel.

Your cruise ends at the purpose built facilities in Glyvrar on the island of Eysturoy. Here our streamlined disembarkation process with deliver you to the arrivals terminal where you will be shipped to your final destination.  Thank you for choosing to travel with us.

Disembark via the large steel pipe, one at time please.

Well I probably would not sign up for that cruise!   We saw the modern Bakkafrost plant at Glyvrar where the photos were taken.  The layout reminded me of the Honda plant we saw in 2017 in the USA. Multi level conveyor belts taking product around the plant.  It is amazing to think of the thought that has got into delivering live fish to the plant in pristine condition for processing.  The Atlantic salmon literally swim all the way and are still moving as they head through the plant.  We saw a couple leap-off the conveyor belts but the end result will be the same. I did not realise that over 90% of Atlantic Salmon produced worldwide is farmed, increased demand and reduction of habitat due to human development the main reasons.

– Anthony

12 comments on “Cruising the Faroe Islands

  1. Was laughing out loud to the entertaining tone :)) till the last paragraph :0 Hope the rain subsides a while for you xxx

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  2. You had me going there for a bit!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Thought you’d ditched the 🏍️ 🏍️ for a relaxing island hopping cruise! Glad you didnt get ‘canned!’ 🐟🐟 πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ xx

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  3. You really had me scared until I realised you were just quoting an ad. Phew! Why scared? Because only this morning I had realised there are only two more pages in my diary to turn before I read β€œAnne and Anthony arrive!” Was it all cancelled? Haha. xx

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  4. Oh yes that farmed salmon shouldn’t be touched – full of chemicals .But what a cruise that would have been -not ! Pleased you are enjoying your trip and hope you have a few dry days. xxx

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