Húni II

Húni II, built in Akureyri in 1963, is a 132 gross ton oak ship used as a fishing boat until the 1990s and serves to this day as a tour and leisure boat with a capacity of 100 passengers. It is one of the largest oak ships ever built in Iceland, and the largest still in use. It is preserved by an interest group called the Friends of Húni, along with the Industrial Museum of Akureyri, as an important artefact of local history.

Docked by the pier.
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