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Moss

Canoe rental in Rygge

Canoe rental from Vaskeberget in Rygge.

Sandstad

Visit a fishing farm

Ægir - the Coastal Museum's exhibition on modern aquaculture offers an insight into aquaculture, from the very beginning in the early 70th century to t...

Kragerø

Kragerø Rib

Experiences in Kragerø archipelago. Petter Jørgensen - Kragerø RIB takes you on a deep sea rafting in the beautiful scenery combined with various activities adapted wishes, year and price range.

Tromsø

Fjord Cruise and fishing in Rystrømmen with MS Lofotfjord

At its strongest, the ocean current between the islands of Ryøya and Kvaløya runs like a small river. Many species of birds and fish can be found in this area, which is called Rystrømmen. When you drop a fishing line, you may catch an assortment of cod, wolfish and saith (pollock).

Stavanger

Lysefjord Sightseeing - Norled AS

Lysefjord Sightseeing is managed by Norled AS and offers a great range of adventures in the scenic Ryfylke region: - Hiking adventure Pulpit Rock - fe...

Steinsland

The Galleon Loyal

Journey back in time to the age of the sailing ship, and experience first-hand how the oceans were traversed with the power of wind. The Loyal at Sotra is the oldest Galleon in the world that is still sailed. If you want to escape the roar of the motor and the stresses of modern life, dangle your legs from the hatch, let the wind to fill the sails and listen to the gentle murmur of the hull as it ploughs through the ocean.

Oslo

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 Sightseeing...

Tomasjord

Fjord Cruise around Tromsø – Arctic Sea Cruise

A sea cruise around the island of Tromsø in safe and calm waters with beautiful views of the city, mountains and the fjord.

Bøstad

Row the Viking Ship at Lofotr Viking Museum!

A rowing trip with the ship is a unique experience, where you have to learn how to keep the time to get forward. Maybe the chieftain himself stands by the rudder...?
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