The Faroese people have a deep connection to the sea and have relied on it for their livelihoods and sustenance for centuries. Additionally, the Faroese culture has a strong oral tradition, and many historical practices and knowledge are passed down through generations, contributing to the continuity of these traditions related to the sea. Fishing, in particular, has been a vital part of their culture and economy.
These traditional entry and exit points could be natural harbors, landing spots, or specific coastal areas where boats are launched and returned after fishing trips or other traditions. The unique and rugged coastal geography can influence these entry and exit points.