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Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms

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Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms Photo: Din Tur AS
Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms Photo: Din Tur AS
Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms Photo: Din Tur AS
Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms Photo: Din Tur AS
Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms Photo: Din Tur AS
Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms Photo: Din Tur AS
Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms Photo: Din Tur AS

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Magical Maribell.
Halibut fishing in Maribell is second to none. The shallow sandy bays are alive with dabs, and the Halibut come in to feed on them. Halibut are caught here in areas as shallow as ten or twelve metres. You can fish really close to the houses or move further out in among the small islands and plateaus for cod and coalies along with wolf fish, ling, hadddock, and redfish.

Maribell Sjøhus is located in the small town of Kvaloyvagen on the island of Kvaløya just thirty minutes from Tromsø airport.

To reach Maribell Sjøhus, you fly to Tromso airport where you will be collected for the half hour drive to Kvaloyvagen.

Maribell has one large apartment, to sleep up to seven persons and three sea houses sleeping four persons in each.

The boats are the fast and stable 19’/50hp Kvaerno boats, all fitted with fish finder/plotter.

Prices accommodation from: NOK 7,070 per week, based on four persons in one apartment. Extra per person over 4, NOK 1,000.

Extras:

19’/50hp or 22`/22hp boat from: NOK 5,438 per week.

Cleaning at the end of the stay NOK 1,500.

Extra per person over 4, NOK 1,000.

Flights are not included in price, please call Din Tur for details.

The prices may vary on the basis of such number of persons, transfer, boat type, and season. For more detailed prices please click on the booking link above, or contact Din Tur by mail or phone.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • internet
    • shop
  • Activities

    • fishing
  • Other services

    • fuel
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£456 pp/approx Based on 4 sharing including boat

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Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms

Magical Maribell. Halibut fishing in Maribell is second to none. The shallow sandy bays are alive with dabs, and the Halibut come in to feed on them....

Maribell Sjøhus - sea fishing in Troms

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