The new organ in Hoyvíkar Church was built in 2022, with 25 stops on the Great organ, Swell organ and Pedal organ. The organ's design and layout were planned in collaboration with organ consultant Gudmund Mortensen. The organ facade was designed by Marcussen & Son. It was important to have enough space for a choir on the gallery. The new organ is designed with two separate organ cases and a free-standing console. Subbass 16' is visible against the back wall between the organ cases. Wedge bellows are placed under each organ case.
The organ consultant writes in the approval report: "The main impression is that the organ has a broad, full sound, which is nicely complemented by the lighter voices. All voices are extremely well voiced and sound very good, both when used as solo stops, together with one or a few other stops and in the large whole, where many voices sound together. The well-balanced intonation means that there are very many possibilities for combining voices in different ways. The mechanical action work well and the organ is comfortable and good to play. The organist sits at an appropriate distance from the sounding pipes, and the organ sound is pleasant and well-balanced both for the organist playing and for the congregation in the church. In many ways it feels as if the organist is sitting 'in the middle of the organ', which provides a really good starting point for the organist to get an impression of how the organ's many different options sound."
Kvintur 1 1/3'
Kvintur 2 2/3'
Tertsur 1 3/5'
Rausjkvintur 4' II