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Røros

MS Fæmund II

Every year in over a century M/S Fæmund II has been sailing on the Femund lake during the summer season. Get a great wiew of the lanscape surrounding...

Trondheim

The Munkholmen Boat

A boat trip to the Monk’s Island, Munkholmen gives you the opportunity to experience a different side of Trondheim. On a sunny day you can pack a pic...

Larvik

Charter with M/S Viksfjord - max 72 persons

M/S Viksfjord can be chartered throughout the year for parties, events, transport and training up to 72 persons.

Hardbakke

Lighthouse Safari to Utvær

Utvær, located 8 km west of Ytre Sula, is the name of the group of islands furthest west in Norway, with the westernmost lighthouse in the country. It...

Ålesund

Fjord Cruise Adventure

Fjord Cruise Adventure offers exclusive boat based adventure charters along the coast of Norway. Their boat, the Gåssten, is one of the last wooden war...

Ålesund

M/S "Bilfergen"

M/S "Bilfergen" was built by Johan T. Nerhus in Ølve in Hardanger in 1921. The ship was originally contracted as a fisherykutter in 1919, but the hull...

Ålesund

7 days' photo and bird watching safari with Fjord Cruise Adventure

Live aboard scenic, wildlife cruises from Ålesund.  Fully inclusive 7 night trips aboard the ship Gåssten, one of the last wooden warships ever built,...

Nøtterøy

Chartertours with M/S "Dronning Blanca"

Charters are served throughout the year. 100 passengers. There is eating area for 75 passengers under the deck....

Nøtterøy

Chartertours with M/S "Prinsesse Kristina"

Charters are operated throughout the year. 60 passengers. 60 feet, 25 BRT. It is possible to bring your own music for the trip (CD), and there are also...

Haugesund

Boat/ Rafting tour

Experience Haugalandet as Seen From the Sea! The people from the birthplace of Norway have always lived off the sea, from the time of the Vikings up to...
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