REYKJAVIK SEA ANGLING
Fun, accessible and exciting!
Sea Angling with Ambassador in Faxaflói bay
Whether you want to fish for cod, haddock or mackerel or simply want to enjoy the beautiful views of the bay, our Reykjavik Sea Angling tours are just an easy cruise away.
We depart daily from the Old Harbour in Reykjavík to ensure you the best fishing experience of a lifetime.
- Book online!
- Put on your warm clothes, layer up. Bring sunglasses too and a binoculars if you have it.
- Daily departures from the Old Harbour – loook for the red and white flags!
Departures May - September
Why go Sea Angling with us?
Our crew is very experienced and knowledgeable about the area we fish in. Enjoy a meal out of your catch on board, complimented with some potatoes and home made sauce! An experience you don’t want to miss..
Where to find us
Tour fact sheet
- Approximately three hour sea angling tour
- Traditional wooden boat
- 360° panorama
- All equipment included
- Experienced crew
- Heated indoor cabin with toilet facilities
- Ample space
- Small group – only 12 people per tour
- Meal of your catch including; fried fish, potatoes and homemade sauce
Schedule for Reykjavik Whale Watching 2017
|April||1st– 30th||1st– 30th|
|May||1st– 31st||1st– 31st||15th– 31st|
|June||1st– 30th||1st– 30th||1st– 30th|
|July||1st– 31st||1st– 31st||1st– 31st|
|August||1st– 31st||1st– 31st||1st– 31st|
|September||1st– 31st||1st– 30th||1st– 30th|
|October||1st– 31st||1st– 31st|
“Stunning scenery, with whales!”
I wandered in to the office and asked if they thought there was much chance of seeing whales that day. I was drily informed by a guide that the probability was between 99-100% so I booked and am so glad I did! We saw lots of minke whales and humpbacks, with some of the humpbacks coming very close to us....
“First Class Experience!”
Today we went on their last whale watching trip of the year, they end now until next Spring. And what a way to finish! We saw minke and humpbacks playing and diving no more than 5 metres from our boat. For over an hour we watched and photographed these amazing creatures, seemingly oblivious to us being there.
We could not keep count on the many whales we saw, so close up that I felt like I could just reach out my hand and touch them. What an amazing experience. We were on a high speed boat so we could just follow the whales and get up very close again and again. We also saw the warmest waterfall in Europe. Excellent trip with nice details in addition to the main purpose of seeing whales. Beautiful view of the mountains surrounding the fjord.
“Close enough to touch the whales!”
My husband and I did the speed boat tour on our honeymoon, and we had a fantastic time! We saw harbor porpoises, minke whales, and humpbacks so close that they sprayed water on us. Our guide Mary was knowledgeable and fun to have with us. I would highly recommend this your for anyone who loves beautiful views and marine life!
“Best excursion in Iceland for us!”
We went whale watching on the extreme ribbed boat on October 22. Our captain Örn and our guide Anna were amazing! We were able to get up close to all the whales! It was an amazing experience! We saw about 6-7 different humpbacks and a few minke whales. It was so worth the money. I would really recommend the extreme boat tour because you can see the whales so well from the small boat and with just a few people around you. It is also fast enough to cruise over to a whale when you start to see it from far. I think this was my favorite thing I've experienced in Iceland!
“Used Ambassador for Northern Lights Viewing
Ambassador took us on a northern lights viewing tour in Akureyri and needless to say, we are so glad that we went along. At our hotel, the Icelandair Akureyri, they recommended that we go out on a boat to see the northern lights because their forecast said there would be a good chance of catching them. Well, we listened and spent the $100 to go and have nothing but a lifetime of memories.
We saw the aurora borealis in all the colors you can possibly imagine, dancing, bouncing and just at their best. It was a frigidly cold night, but the boat staff did their best to offer us blankets and let us go down to the bottom, covered deck to keep warm. It was a lovely experience and Ambassador made it possible.”