Flateyri, IcelandMore than 1500 enthusiastic fishermen visit the Westfjords in Iceland every year to enjoy the breathtaking sea angling.  We offer 9-day tours to Flateyri and Suderyri in the Westfjords from the beginning of May to middle of September. Tailor-made tours are also available.

Stay in the Westfjords for fishing Wednesday to Wednesday. Departure from Iceland on Thursdays. Our guests can take with them 20kg of fish back home. The fish is deep-frozen and packed in a local fish factory. Each fish pack is handed out in thermo bags for safer transfer.

About the Fishing Resorts
fishing in IcelandSudureyri:
Sudureyri is a small village 23km away from Ísafjördur, the biggest town in the West fjords. Sudureyri is an ideal destination for everybody travelling in the area. You will find all important services in town. Sudureyri is a fine example of an Icelandic fishing village and very close to one of the best angling sites in the north Atlantic. Throughout the ages, the locals have brought catch from the sea and prevailed with elegance through the difficulties of the fishing industry.

Flateyri is located only 20 minutes from Isafjördur and Sudureyri. The town is quite self-contained and all major services are to be found there. It has its own tranquil way of life. Flateyri is a lovely place in the calm of the evening when boats slumber by the harbour and the fjord beyond it sports an upside down image of Þorfinnur mountain. In the shadow of the mountain, the hearts of fish and men beat in time with the tide.

The Houses:
12 new summerhouses and 12 newly renovated older houses for 4 to 6 people. The houses are equipped with all utilities, furniture and fully equipped kitchen.

The Boats:
Icelandic made Segla boats, which are tailormade for sea angling in the waters around Iceland. The boats are 7.80 meter long and 2.85 meter wide with 130 horse power turbo diesel engine (in the boat). On Board: GPS plotter, Eco-load, Radio to coast-guard, GPS security signal, life-vests, life-boat, extra tank for fuel, pole holder
The boat certificates
fishing in IcelandIn January 2009 the Icelandic Government passed new law about boat driving license. The law say that at least one person must have either “Day Skipper R.Y.A Boat Certificate” or the “60 Day Boat Drivers License”

For those who do not have a boat-driving licence, the resort offers a short and simple course for one person in the group, which will give rights to drive the boat during your stay in Iceland. The costs for this course is kept as low as possible
Suggested Itinerary - 9 days
fishing in IcelandArrival in Iceland on Tuesday:
Flight from Europe. Arrival time depending on departure airport. Meet and greet at Keflavík international airport by our representatives. Transfer from KEF Airport to the domestic Airport in Reykjavik for a 40 min flight to Isafjordur.

Luggage: Fishing equipment and other heavy luggage travels with you on the domestic flight or is transferred by van Tuesday afternoon, directly from Keflavik airport to Isafjordur.

Departure from Isafjordur on Tuesday: After your fishing, a charter flight back to Reykjavik in the evening. Transfer from domestic airport in Reykjavík to Hotel Viking (or other). Our representatives will be at Viking Hotel on Tuesday evening, when the guests arrive back from Isafjordur, to offer and book day excursions for the Wednesday. You can also book excursions via phone on other days.

Departure from Iceland Thursday:
Transfer from Hotel Viking (or other) to Keflavík international airport. Flight back home.
Included in the price:

Return domestic airport transfers
Domestic flights
Accommodation for nine nights
Fishing boat during stay including boat insurance
Domestic transfer of all luggage
All taxes
Prices quoted per person
Excludes international flights and holiday insurance
High Season 20 May - 1 July 2014
2 Sharing 3 Sharing 4 Sharing 5 Sharing 6 Sharing
£1670 £1063 £916 £828 £770
Shoulder Season 6 May - 13 May and 8 Jul - 19 Aug 2014
£1040 £853 £759 £702 £665
Low Season 22 Apr - 29 Apr and 26 Aug - 9 Sept 2014
£896 £738 £658 £610 £579
Available to take home: 20kg deluxe frozen fish fillets in thermo bag for £130
Iceland   FROM £579