How to sail the Norwegian Coast

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Eigerøy Fyr
One of the many anchorages along the Norwegian coast where you most likely will be alone.

Have you ever dreamt of sailing the Norwegian coast? If yes; this book will give you all the info and practical advice you need to set your course for probably the most beautiful coast in the world. If not; this book will inspire you to dream of sailing here on your own keel with its over 60 harbors you definitely should visit. But best of all is the thousands of scenic and secluded anchorages you can find on your own between Lindesnes, the southernmost place in Norway, and Lofoten.

Kvitsøy
Anchor in between the many islands on Kvitsøy and enjoy the view.

The book How to sail the Norwegian Coast is finally here in English. So far it has only been in Norwegian, and it has been a best-seller among Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish sailors who wanted to sail North. But now it has been translated and adapted for English-speaking sailors. It is published in Kindle format.

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Sail to Lofoten on your own keel.

About the author
Norwegian Jon Amtrup has been sailing and writing for most of his life. He has sailed the Norwegian coast several times summer and winter, crossed the Atlantic twice, circumnavigated Svalbard, sailed in Greenland, and is living on his boat. He has also assisted several high latitude sailing expeditions, and done a number of yacht deliveries.

He has written High Latitude Sailing: Self-sufficient sailing techniques for cold waters and winter seasons, Sail to Svalbard, and a number of other books. Jon is co-founder of the environmental ocean non-profit Gate to the Arctic and a member of The Explorers Club.