Thursday, 27 June 2024


Thursday, 27 July 2024

Today we will be operating our Classic Whale Watching on our lovely vessel Eldey at 9:00, 13:00, 17:00, 20:30. Our Premium Whale Watching tour will operate on Þruma I-V at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00 and 20:00

  • CLASSIC WHALE TOUR | 9:00, 13:00
  • CLASSIC WHALE TOUR | 11:00, 15:00, 17:00, 20:30
  • PREMIUM WHALE TOUR | 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00, 20:00


Report from Eldey - this morning we sailed out with gorgeous sun and low wind. We headed straight to the spot where we been lucky for the last few days but on the way we spotted a blow of a humpback whale. The animal was relaxed on the surface and although it was taking long dives we were able to see it few times and even one fluke. It was a nice sighting but because of long dive we were only able to see it a few times from afar so we decided to offer everyone complementary ticket to try their luck again for free. 


Report from Eldey: This afternoons weather was quite dynamic, with strong winds, bright sunshine and large waves. We sailed out from the harbour with high hopes after the humpback this morning. After some time we spotted a shy minke whale on our left. We were able to see it once before it vanished, seemingly uninterested in lingering near our boat. We did see many seabirds feeding all over the bay but unfortunately we didn´t see any other cetaceans. So we handed out complimentary tickets to everyone on board. Hopefully they can come back and have better luck next time :)

- Rob Hyman and Mariana Veloso

Bird species seen today include:

Atlantic puffins, Arctic terns, Northern gannets, Northern fulmar, black legged kittiwake, Manx shearwater, Arctic skua, Great cormorant, common guillemot