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Sea rafting Photo: Fjord Events
Sea rafting Photo: Fjord Events
Sea rafting Photo: Fjord Events

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Join us on the sea and feel the force of nature. We will head seaward between Tungenes and Kvitsøy to get a taste of the blustery sea air. If things get too tough, then caution is the watchword – we always put safety first.

What we often find is long, heavy swells that give you a real kick. This is the home of whales and predatory sea birds, and if we are lucky we may spot them.

Savour the taste of the salty sea as you sit safe and sound in a jockey seat, looking at the watery horizon far away. While all precautions are taken to give you a safe journey, a few rattles and shakes are only to be expected.

You need to be reasonably fit to enjoy rolling seas, so we advise caution before signing up for this expedition!

Duration: 1-2 hours.

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Sea rafting

Join us on the sea and feel the force of nature. We will head seaward between Tungenes and Kvitsøy to get a taste of the blustery sea air. If things...

Sea rafting

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