Northern Transatlantic Cruise

Harwich to Boston Via Ireland, Iceland, etc.
October 2013

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The Faroe Islands have been a self-governing country within the Danish Realm since 1948. Denmark is still responsible for policing, military protection, currency, and a few other governmental issues; however, the Faroes consider themselves as an independent country. The islands are lolcated about half way between Great Britain and Iceland.

We arrived at the port of Klaksvik, Faroe Islands, on the morning of June 6th, having spent a day cruising at sea the day before. After breakfast we met with the other members of the tour to ???, for which we had signed up long before the cruise.

NOTE: I have almost no comments written, so I recommend you watch this as a slide show by clicking on the first picture, then, uising right (or left) arrows to cycle through the photos.

Then, when you are finished, you may click the button below (or the one at bottom of the page) to go to Reykjavik, Iceland


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These people were obviously fisher men/women and enjoyed eating some of their catch
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