Norway

Two northern European extremes within one week

Set sail

Troms

Finnmark

Islands and fjords

North Cape and Kinarodden

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Gamvik – Hammerfest

Departing from Gamvik (access via Mehamn airport, located 10km away) we leave behind the Slettnes lighthouse to pass Kinarodden, the northernmost point of the continent. This is followed by coastal navigation from fjord to fjord, visiting fishing villages along the way, to the North Cape, then Knivskjellodden (THE northernmost!), before reaching Hammerfest.

Dates

June 29 – July 6, 2024

Berths

8

Individual rate

2 800€

Full vessel

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Hammerfest – Gamvik

Departing from Hammerfest, we head to Sørøya, considered the most beautiful island in Norway. Then we continue eastward to reach Magerøya Island, home to Knivskjellodden and the North Cape. Navigation continues from fjord to fjord, before passing Kinarrodden, the northernmost point of the continent, and reaching Gamvik (the nearest airport is Mehamn, located 10km away).

Dates

July 6-13, 2024

Berths

8

Individual rate

2 800€

Full vessel

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Gamvik – Hammerfest

Departing from Gamvik (access via Mehamn airport, located 10km away) we leave behind the Slettnes lighthouse to pass Kinarodden, the northernmost point of the continent. This is followed by coastal navigation from fjord to fjord, visiting fishing villages along the way, to the North Cape, then Knivskjellodden (THE northernmost!), before reaching Hammerfest.

Dates

July 13-20, 2024

Berths

8

Individual rate

2 800€

Full vessel

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Hammerfest – Gamvik

Departing from Hammerfest, we head to Sørøya, considered the most beautiful island in Norway. Then we continue eastward to reach Magerøya Island, home to Knivskjellodden and the North Cape. Navigation continues from fjord to fjord, before passing Kinarrodden, the northernmost point of the continent, and reaching Gamvik (the nearest airport is Mehamn, located 10km away).

Dates

July 20-27, 2024

Berths

8

Individual rate

2 800€

Full vessel

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Gamvik – Hammerfest

Departing from Gamvik (access via Mehamn airport, located 10km away) we leave behind the Slettnes lighthouse to pass Kinarodden, the northernmost point of the continent. This is followed by coastal navigation from fjord to fjord, visiting fishing villages along the way, to the North Cape, then Knivskjellodden (THE northernmost!), before reaching Hammerfest.

Dates

July 27 – august 3, 2024

Berths

8

Individual rate

2 800€

Full vessel

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LENGTH : 20M
BEAM : 5M25
DRAUGHT : 2M30
ENGINE : CUMMINS 180CV
12 BERTHS
DIESEL (1500L), WATER (1000L)

WATERMAKER
SOLAR PANELS
AUTOPILOT
HEATER
A4 ZONE EQUIPPED
FRENCH FLAG

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Karukinka Exploration

Navigations with a positive impact

Starting this year, the Karukinka association proposes sailing expeditions to help finance its projects in support of indigenous peoples. Founded 10 years ago, Karukinka has carried out many activities, including expeditions and, in 2019, organizing the first visit to France of members of indigenous populations from southern Patagonia.

In 2024 and 2025, we aim to build upon the ideas born from these initial interactions and give these peoples direct access, over time, to the archives kept in France and containing valuable information about the history of the Yagans, Haush, and Selk'nam. This project entitled "Voces de las abuelas" can be discovered here (in French).

Support for expeditions

Aware of the difficulties faced by laboratories, researchers, and creators, Karukinka does its utmost to help and support field activities.

Because it is often very difficult to obtain the necessary funding for research in polar and subpolar environments, we make every effort to ensure that funds obtained from private navigations contribute to support our projects.

With a constant focus on helping our planet and its inhabitants, we are happy to evaluate and consider any request for administrative and/or logistical support for the realization of scientific, artistic, sports, and humanistic expeditions.

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