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The well deserved winter rest in Mystic Seaport

The ship is now moored in Mystic Seaport, Connecticut, USA. It will be possible to visit the ship until October 10, 2-4pm.

The final destination for 2016 – Mystic Seaport, Connecticut

October 2, Draken Harald Hårfagre, will sail into Mystic Seaport, Connecticut, and it is the final destination for Expedition America 201...

A Viking ship in NYC

"This was a complex project to sail a ship like this a 1000 years ago, and it is a complex project to day. We are still harvesting our fo...

The best pic of Draken!

We have a winning picture in the photo challenge #bestpicofdraken Congratulations to photograper Leif Easterson for a stunning picture of...

Program in NYC

Come visit her and the crew in the North Cove Marina this week! Deck tours every day (not Friday) 11am-6pm. Tickets to deck tours is avai...

In Kingston, New York

Recently I spent ten days in unimaginable luxuary in Albany where me, Woody, Susie and Klara went to work on the rig. The low bridges mad...

Win a day sail with Draken Harald Hårfagre!

We want to celebrate all the photographers, amateur of professional, mobil phone camera or hi tech lens, by announcing a photo competitio...

Meet Draken in NYC!

Draken will arrive New York City September 17 and will be celebrated in a grand welcoming ceremony with speeches, interviews and Nordic e...

The Vikings are heading for New York City September 17!

The world’s largest Viking ship, the Norwegian Draken Harald Hårfagre, will be docking in New York City September 17-26.

The Great Lakes

My first encounter with the Great Lakes was four years ago when a boy I loved took me to the coast of Lake Superior on the north shore of...

Back in Lake Huron/A Survival Guide to the North Atlantic

The sleeves of your shirts would get wet, too, especially when you had hauled lines and the water ran down your arms, inside your clothes...

Sailing on Lake Huron

There possibility for Draken to sail on the Great Lakes has been limited, but every once in a while, we get the opportunity to tame the b...

The Vikings were accomplished navigators, artisans, traders and story tellers, but their greatest triumph was the ship they built.