The bow of the old wooden boat glides forward, as the well-used oars push the water back. Line Nicolaysen fixes her gaze on the traditional boat as it passes.
‘Sitting here on the rocks in silence, resting your eyes on the expanse of the horizon, until the sun sets in the sea. The force, the tide, the waves, the wind, the rush. There’s something about the sense of peace you get that’s simply unbeatable,’ she says with a sigh of pleasure.
Veiholmen is situated in the far north of the Møre coast, even further out than Smøla and as far west as you can get dry-shod. Line owns a tourism company here, comprising a restaurant and guesthouse, with her sister Hilde Røinås.