Iceland Sail & Splitboarding


A trip of a lifetime, sailing through the ancient and unspoiled Fjords of northwestern Iceland, only accessible by boat. To ride fresh tracks from summit to sea.

We will live aboard a 60ft sailing yacht, traveling between fjords to then spend our days splitboarding in this uninhabited region on the edge of the arctic circle.

Spending our evening enjoying freshly prepared seafood onboard cooked by the crew and watching the northern lights.



Starting in the small fishing port Ísafjörður in NW Iceland we will sail from Fjord to Fjord across the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve including the following places, Veiðileysufjörður, Lónafjörður and Hrafnfjörður


What's Included


  • Food whilst onboard

  • Accommodation onboard 60ft yacht

  • The service of two crew members

  • A local mountain guide

  • Avalanche safety equipment

  • Snowboard coaching 

  • Use of Kayaks and SUP's

  • Use of sailing clothing and safety gear

  • Transportation to and from Ísafjörður airport

Not Included:

  • Flights to and from Ísafjörður

  • Snowboard/Splitboard equipment

  • Food on the first day until boarding

  • Personal medical insurance

  • Personal expenses


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The Arktika is a fully equipped Dutch-built sailing yacht certified to circumnavigate the globe with up to 12 guests. Her comfortable deckhouse makes sailing in northern waters very pleasant.


With four guest cabins (two four-person and two, two-person), a spacious saloon and galley, there is ample space on-board.


The Arktika is able to access some of the most remote and captivating locations in Iceland,  while serving as a hospitable floating base camp for each day’s adventure.

Features and Facilities 

The boat offers central heating, hot and cold water, two heads (toilets), one shower, and 220V electricity capable of charging batteries and other electronic devices, use of SUP's and Kayaks.



All you need to organise is return flights to Ísafjörður airport and we will do the rest. 

Please arrange your inbound flight to arrive at Ísafjörður airport by midday on the 14th of March. 

We will then be returning to the airport for midday on the 20th of March.