What should I bring?
Apart from your personal belongings and gear linked to the activities of your chosen holiday, remember to bring some light shoes to wear on board (plimsoles, Croc’s or flip-flops), a head-torch (even with the midnight sun, you will use it as extra lighting in your cabin), a Gore-Tex waterproof jacket, a hat and gloves to enjoy sitting outside, a towel, biodegradables shower gels, a few good books… Sheets and duvets are provided and your berth will be ready when you board; you must nevertheless bring a silk or cotton sleeping-bag liner. Please note: rigid suitcases take too much room and can’t be stored on the boat, so do use big flexible bags such as duffle-bags or rucksacks.
What about meals?
All meals will be provided during your trip. The crew pays particular attention to the products quality and will cook restorative meals. The small extras brought by everyone and shared with all are always welcome!
I suffer from sea-sickness, will this ruin my holiday?
We all react differently but you should be able to fully enjoy your trip on
Will I be able to shower on board?
There is a fantastic hot shower on
Will I be able to recharge my devices?
What happens if my clothes get wet?
Indeed, this can happen. We have a heated cupboard where you can put your socks, gloves, ski boot liners, etc… Should we all get drenched, we will use all our resources and the boat’s excellent heating system to make sure everything dries up before the next morning!
Will I be able to always be in contact with my loved ones?
While in Europe, including Norway, Spitzbergen and Iceland, there is good mobile coverage and the roaming charges have recently been cancelled (do still check with your operator), enabling you to use your mobile (data included) as if at home. But