Learning from the local Greenlandic people is one of the most rewarding things about exploring their wonderful country. While anchored on Aurora in the remote Nansen fjord back in 2009 Arqaluk Jørgensen and his friends paid us a visit. They were on a hunting trip and were happy to share their knowledge and experience about good anchorages and other important things about the area. Since then we have been good friends with Arqaluk. He has sailed with us from Iceland to Greenland and continues to share his knowledge and love of the land with us.
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