Sunday, January 16, 2011


For the first time ever in January succeeded Royal Arctic Line to send a supply shipfrom Denmark to Tasiilaq ... Fresh fruit and dairy products in the store, we enjoy it.

 The city's inhabitants followed the ship's arrival

 School children were also at the harbor to accommodate the ship

View of the harbor


Mário R. Gonçalves said...

Hello Carl,

Is that a good consequence of climate changes? Some hope for a better world then, up there !
May I use 2 of the photos in my blog? I will give you the credits, of course


Anonymous said...

The water looks icy but the ship made it in to harbour.. how thick is the ice?
Is the ship an ice breaker?

carlskou said...

Mario...Last year we had exactly the same kind of weather...I think it's a sign of the climate changes...
Ok with the photos in your blog:)

carlskou said...

Cherie...The ice was about 15 cm. The ship ice build for sailing in arctic waters. And it can break very thick ice.