Djupavik (Iceland, Westfjords)

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Djupavik cruise port

Iceland - Greenland - Faroe Islands

Local Time
2024-02-21 14:25

min: 16 °F (-10 °C) / max: 33 °F (1 °C) 31°F
Wind: 340°/ 2.6 m/s  Gust: 2.6 m/sWind: 340°/ 2.6 m/s  Gust: 2.6 m/sLight breeze
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Min / Max Temperature33 °F / 1 °C
16 °F / -9 °C
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Port Djupavik cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Djupavik, Iceland, Westfjords. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

13 May, 2024
Hurtigruten Cruises cruise lineMS Fram
23 May, 2024
Hurtigruten Cruises cruise lineMS Fram

Djupavik is a cruise port (on Reykjarfjordur bay) and a small village (population under 100). The settlement is part of Iceland's Vestfirdir/Westfjords (Strandir coastal region) and of the Arneshreppur District. The nearest town is Holmavik (Strandir's largest) at approx 70 km (40 mi) to the south along the coast. The largest port town in Westfjords (Isafjordur) is approx 280 km (170 mi) to the west. Iceland's capital city (Reykjavik) is approx 340 km (210 mi) to the south.

Djupavik can be reached by ship, car and by plane. Arneshreppur district is served by Gjogur Airport (located on Hunafloi bay / between Strandir and Skagastrond). The airport is operated by ISAVIA (Iceland's national flight and airport operator) and serves domestic flights (connecting with Reykjavik) scheduled twice a week (winter schedule) and once a week (summer schedule).

Djupavik was settled (a family of five) in 1917 after building the salted fish salting factory (for processing cod and herring) which went bankrupt in 1919. Djupavik was again resettled in 1934 when was established Djupavik Ltd, which built a new herring factory after loaning money from Solberg Bank (Stockholm Sweden). The new plant was inaugurated in 1935 as Iceland's largest concrete building (90 m / 295 ft in length) and Europe's first fully automated fish-processing plant. After WW2 (1939-1945), herring catches started to decline. In 1954 the factory closed, and in 1968 Djupavik Ltd was dissolved. In 1984 was opened the Djupavik Hotel. The fishing factory is now serving as a museum.

Next table shows a 10-day "Iceland Circumnavigation" cruise itinerary that was scheduled by the Hurtigruten company for 2022.

Date / TimePort
08 AugDeparting from Reykjavik
09 AugStykkisholmur
10 AugPatreksfjordur
11 Augcoastal cruising
12 AugDjupavik
13 AugAkureyri (Lake Myvatn)
14 AugGrimsey Island
14 Aug - 15 AugHusavik
15 Augcoastal cruising
16 AugBakkargerdi (Borgarfjordur Eystri)
17 AugHeimaey Island
18 AugArriving in Reykjavik

The voyage (officially themed as "Circumnavigating Iceland- The Land of Elves, Sagas Volcanoes") was operated by the ship MS Fram and priced from USD 5050 (EUR 4150) per person with double occupancy

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