Testimonials Viking Explorers 2021 (fourth edition)
Terry Pimentel (Inuksuk III)
Robin and Liz (Bilby)
Aurora (Robert Pedersen)
Testimonials Viking Explorers 2020 (third edition)
We were looking for a small rally to cross the Atlantic. Viking Explorers fit our needs perfectly. Oliver and Carlota provided information and support on a wide range of topics such as safety, provisioning and communications. They even set up tracking so that the other boats, family and friends back home could follow our progress. It was great fun getting daily updates of the other boats positions. As sailors always do, we even had a little informal competition amongst ourselves for first landfall in St. Vincent. Because the group was small, everyone pitched in and helped one another get ready for the crossing We made a lot of new friends. In the months following our arrival in St. Vincent, we crossed paths with many of our new friends…until Covid-19 locked everything down. If we find ourselves needing to cross the Atlantic again, we will go with Viking Explorers.
Testimonials Viking Explorers 2019 (second edition)
Testimonials Viking Explorers 2018 (first edition)
We first heard about the group pretty early and then we thought this would be awesome to hang out with other international sailors. We have learned so much from everyone else and the boat is much more safe now because of that. And its super fun to meet everyone after a sailing and have a couple of beers. We now have contacts everywhere and lots of friends. Mom and dad were happy that we sailed with other people as well!
William Siegel and Elias Klind S/Y Astrid
”Everyone was as happy as us to arrive and there was welcome parties on the beach most nights. It was incredibly satisfying to be part of this merry, brave and wonderful group of sailors of all ages and from different yacht of varying sort and size. Such a fellowship is really special and rare to find in other contexts!”
Lotta Logard and Mads Poulsen S/Y Looma IV
I got a lot of help from other Vikings when preparing for the Atlantic crossing. Oliver gave a good lesson in security thinking. Without V. E. I may not have started my project to buy another boat and take off from Sweden. The social network with V. E. still works in April four months after meeting in Las Palmas. And info is always published on Facebook about members of V. E. On S/Y Marina I had a sail maker in the crew that repaired sails on other boats in V. E. with a machine from Looma lV. If someone was missing a tool or a screw somebody else got it. And much more...
Stellan Nilsson S/Y Marina