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Båtservice Sightseeing

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Båtservice offers guided tours by boat and/or boat in Oslo.

1. Mini Cruise - hop on-hop off - 1,5-hour boat tour (summer season)
2. Fjord Sightseeing - 2-hour boat tour (summer season)
3. Oslo Selected Highlights - 3,5-hour bus tour (all year)
4. Oslo Grand Tour - 7-hour bus/boat tour (summer season)
5. Norwegian Evening on the Fjord - 3-hour boat trip with prawn buffet (summer)
6. Jazz or Blues Cruise - 3-hour boat trip with prawn buffet (summer)
7. Pirate Cruise - 1,5-hour boat trip for children (Sundays in summer)

The boats depart from City Hall Pier 3.
Tickets at Båtservice's ticket office on the pier and Oslo Tourist Information.

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  • Sailing & Boat Activities Sailing & Boat Activities
  • Family activities Family activities
  • Sightseeing Sightseeing

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Båtservice Sightseeing

Båtservice offers guided tours by boat and/or boat in Oslo. 1. Mini Cruise - hop on-hop off - 1,5-hour boat tour (summer season) 2. Fjord...

Båtservice Sightseeing

Source: Visitnorway

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