By Corey Sandler
Viking Sky set sail from Bergen, Norway March 14 on an extraordinary wintertime search for the Northern Lights.
We made our way up the wintry coast of the beautiful nation of Norway, one extraordinary sight after another, reaching our northernmost port of call at Alta near the top. The seas, the snow, the sky were extraordinary.
And then we turned back toward the south for a few more stops before our ultimate goal of London’s cruise port at Tilbury.
We almost made it.
You can retrace our journey in the blogs I posted, using the menu at the left side of this screen. The story of our night to remember is at http://sky.coreysandler.com/23-24-march-2019-a-night-to-remember-in-hustadvika
Corey Sandler in Tromsø, Norway 8 March 2019.
As most of the world knows by now, Viking Sky got caught up in a vicious storm just off the coast of Norway, avoiding disaster through the professional work of ship’s crew and heroic efforts by Norwegian rescue services.
Our night to remember offshore of Molde ended our cruise unexpectedly.
We left the ship at 5am and flew from Molde to Oslo, and from there on to London and back to the U.S.
Bleary-eyed and exhausted, I still could not resist carrying my camera onto the plane for some final photos of the Norwegian winter. Here is some of what I saw:
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