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Hildur

Greenland - 59ft Gaff Schooner - 10 Berths
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Greenland 59ft Gaff Schooner 10 Berths The wooden schooner Hildur, is a descendant of the first decked sailing vessels in north Iceland in the 19th century. The knowledge and know-how of handling and maintaining gaff rigged ships had been all but lost in Iceland. Wooden schooner Hildur was the first charter vessel to pioneer sailing expeditions to Scorseby Sound in East Greenland.  Her strong oak hull is copper sheathed around the waterline and she is manoeuvrable amongst the ice. The big saloon table creates a sociable evening with likeminded explorers from all over the world, but don't be surprised if the chef plans a BBQ ashore. Icelanders like to make the most of the summer outdoors, so meals al fresco are to be relished. If you want to learn more about sailing with Hildur in Greenland then follow this link!