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Home > At Work (at sea) > 2014 08 08Aug - 01Sep Dover to Montreal

272 viewsVery scenic cruising (3 hours) around the Glazier Jakobshavns Bugt in the Disko Bay, Greenland.
01 - 08Aug Dover UK168 viewsWelcome to Dover and Your Seabourn Quest! Beginning our cruise to Montreal Canada today, via Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, New Foundland and Canada. Crossing fingers and toers for a Happy Safe Cruise! Enjoy :)
02a - 09Aug - At Sea147 viewsBeautiful sunrise - sailing the English Channel.
02b - 09Aug - At Sea140 views0630hrs - passing the Lizard Pt. - southern most part of England.
02c - 09Aug - At Sea140 views30 minutes until we pass abeam of Lands End (up there).. - It is the most westerly point of mainland Cornwall and England. Nice day so far :) Expecting incoming Gale winds and heavy seas - therefore early arrival Dublin tonight.
03a - 10Aug Dublin, Ireland.168 viewsAlongside Ocean-pier 33. Breezy but partly sunny whilst the barometer keeps on falling.... see next picture. X-ing fingers and toers! Bridge boyz and lady wishing all onboard a wonderful cruise. Krasimir, Daniel, Alex, Zhelyo, Anna, Thomas and Matthew including Best wishes to all back home :)
03b - 10Aug Dublin, Ireland.145 viewsBeautiful day outside - while this instrument (barometer) keeps on "falling". Expecting something to "change"..... keeping them x'd! :)
07a - 15Aug Reykjavik, Iceland149 viewsApproaching Iceland and Reykjavik. Nice morning.
07b - 15Aug Reykjavik, Iceland145 viewsWelcome to Reykjavik. BIG wheels - tours ready for Glacier exploring - Enjoy!
07c - 15Aug Reykjavik, Iceland158 viewsUS Navy ship with Ukraine flag colours on the funnel....
07d - 15Aug Reykjavik, Iceland161 viewsWelcome to Iceland Ladies and Gentlemen. -Beautiful Seabourn Quest alongside in Reykjavik. Thank you Mr. Pilot for letting me test my Phantom 2 drone this morning. Have a good day all :)
08a - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland133 viewsApproaching Isafjordur on the island of Iceland! 15 mins to pilot station.
08b - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland157 viewsA Plaque Exchange with Harbour Master/Pilot/Port Director Gudmundur.
08c - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland151 viewsWelcome to Isafjordur & Iceland Ladies and Gentlemen. Looks to be a gorgeous day! Enjoy please :)
08d - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland165 viewsGudmundur (the Harbour Master) suggested to me - the BEST Fish Restaurant onboard our planet..... Here it is (to the right...) :)
08e - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland155 viewsFirst settlements on Iceland took place right HERE! From Norway and Denmark. The wood is coming from Norway.. - Beatles: Norwegian Wood's! :)
08f - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland157 viewsFirst settlements on Iceland took place right HERE! From Norway and Denmark. The wood is coming from Norway.. - Beatles: Norwegian Wood's! :)
08g - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland186 viewsHere with the BEST Chef's! Oli and Gummi! What a meal!!! Fish soup and Halibut/Place!! BEST - EVER tasted!! I'm from Norway - had to raise my hands and "go home" :) It was YAMMY!
08h - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland176 viewsGot - Okay to fly a little again from the Harbour Master so I'm sharing a picture taken with Seabourn Quest in foreground and Isafjordur in the background. Hope u like it :)
08i - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland168 viewsIsafjordur seen from Stb (right) side onboard YOUR Seabourn Quest :)
08j - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland162 viewsOur Pilot/Harbour Master Gudmundur leaving the ship after our departure from Isafjordur - What a DAY! :)
08k - 16Aug Isafjordur, Iceland166 viewsOnce again - all by ourselves - this time Greenland next! One Seaday first :) ( We all like) !! Enjoy - no seas just perfect crossing :)
10a - 18Aug At Sea, North Atlantic Ocean191 viewsFirst Iceberg sighted - 45nm off the coast of Greenland. The iceberg location reported to the MRCC, Nuuk (Godthåb), Greenland.
10b - 18Aug At Sea, North Atlantic Ocean146 viewsBeautiful shaped and blue coloured Iceberg passing it on our port side. Measured to be approx 75mtrs high and 250/300 mtrs in length. Therefore what we don't see could be up to 600 meters in length underneath the water surface. Passing it i a safe distance! :)
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