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Merdø ferry M/F Merdø

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Ferry from the town centre to the island Merdø in June/July/August. Departures to and from Merdø every hour.

For more information, call 909 74 361. The boat is also available for private events during the afternoon.

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Merdø ferry M/F Merdø

Ferry from the town centre to the island Merdø in June/July/August. Departures to and from Merdø every hour. For more information, call 909 74 361....

Merdø ferry M/F Merdø

Source: Visitnorway

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