Tuesday, 14 September 2021



Report from Elding: We sailed out of the harbour on a very calm night and under partially cloudy skies. The aurora forecast was 2/9, but this did not discourage neither the crew nor our guests, as we really know nature can be unpredictable. Full of hope we started our northern lights hunt, all set with cameras and dressed up in warm overalls. Clouds were passing by fast letting us see some stars but not recognizable constellations. We had a lovely evening, our guest enjoying the beautiful clear night in the middle of the ocean. To our big surprise, no green hues could be captured with cameras, no northern lights were starting. Nevertheless we could not let our passengers leave without getting a second chance, so we provided all of them complementary tickets so that they can come back again on another northern light cruise with us, for free.

Estel Sanchez i Cami

Tonight's Forecast

Tonight we are expecting an aurora activity of 2/9, S-W 5 m/s and 8°C. Moon is currently waxing gibbous 57,3% illuminated. Partial low level cloud coverage is forecasted in the area.

Aurora activity: 2/9 
Weather conditions: S-W 5 m/s and 8°C
Cloud Cover: Partially cloudy
Moon status: Waxing Gibbous 57,3%