We docked in Tromsų on the 16th of June at about 10 a.m. We were about an hour late arriving due to the late departure from Flām. We had spent the day on the 15th sailing northward and crossing the Arctic Circle. Tromsų is a university town and has a large hospital connected with the university. We did a tour around town, to the Arctic Cathedral, and the Tromsų University Museum.
Tromsų was not the most interesting stop on the cruise. The day was very cold with heavy rain showers. After the tour, I walked back up town and took a few pictures while dodging the rain showers.
The Northern Lights are one of Tromsų's claims to fame. About six p.m. or so the earth turns such that Tromsų moves into the zone where the northern lights are the most prevalent. That by itself might be enough to get us back to this city.