A nice sail in following winds took us north from Bodo to Kjerringoya (Kjerringøya). Kjerringoya was the wealthiest trading post in Norway during the 19th century. Trading in fish between Nordland County and Bergen. The trading post is now a well-kept museum.

The marina and the facilities were excellent with washing machines and plenty of hot water in the showers. The nice village is not so large but large enough for a shop with fresh pastries.

We did a lot of laundry and had some nice walks in the historic settings.

We were three boats on the pontoon as we were joined by Carmensita.