we had booked in advance and were at the office at the prescribed time 08:45. checked in and paid, but had to wait for 45 booring minutes for the museum tour. Interesting lectures about whales given in four different languages ( in separate groups) Then a brisk 10 minute walk to theharbour where we boarded the "ship" we had choosen the old fisging boat, rebuilt for whale safaris. The trip out to the whale teritory lasted an hour,and even the sea was reasonably calm the boat roled quite a bit. Some of the pasengers got seasick. You have to remember that this is the open North sea. We spotted one spermwhale two times. wery impresive when it dies and the tail gooes "skyhigh". On the return we suddenly spotted a group of 15 orcas. We followed them for half an hour and had wonderfull views. the team on the ship spoke several languages, and it was impresive to se the "old man" of 87 climb to the viewpoint high up in tthe mast. we had a wonderfull day. But I will not reomend it for people whi easily get seasick.
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