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Byglandsfjord

D/S Bjoren

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D/S Bjoren Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
D/S Bjoren Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
D/S Bjoren Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
D/S Bjoren Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
D/S Bjoren Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
D/S Bjoren Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
D/S Bjoren Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer

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Embark on a voyage with the old wood-fired steamship Bjoren from 1866. Every Sunday in June, July and August, there is a 2,5 -hour round trip, starting in Byglandsfjord and Bygland, respectively. For further information and booking, please contact Tel. 995 18 203 or see www.bjoren.no  In addition to the regular round trips, special arrangements are available for groups of up to 50 persons. Excellent for tour bus groups, bicycle tourists, associations, companies, weddings and other events.

We also arrange trips in cooperation with restaurants, cafeterias and accommodation providers along Byglandsfjorden.
Charter season: mid May - mid September.
Licenced for catering, beer and wine.

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Embark on a voyage with the old wood-fired steamship Bjoren from 1866. Every Sunday in June, July and August, there is a 2,5 -hour round trip, starting...

D/S Bjoren

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