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Sperrebotn

Rental of electric boat in Vansjø from Viken Hotell

Viken Hotel can arrenge guided trips by boat in Vansjø lake, with the two electronic mini wooden jacht at their disposal. In order to experience the be...

Tomasjord

Whale Cruise – Arctic Sea Cruise (November - January)

Powerful and unforgettable: Join us for a whale cruise on Kvaløya.

Voss

Full Package from Voss

Our trips take you through some of the most breathtaking landscape in Fjord Norway, and we do activities at the same time. Highlights: The Bergen Ra...

Averøy

Guided fishing trips

The islets and skerries off Sveggvika serve as a fantastic backdrop for great boating and fishing trips. Private boat with a skipper/guide. Fishing e...

Averøy

Azimut Charter

Azimut 46 Cruising, sightseeing, fiskingtrips maks 10 persons plus 1-2 crew. Length: 14,6m Width: 4,5m Maks speed: 30knop Cr...

Vevang

Daily fishing trips at the Atlantic Road

Deepsea fishing and fjord fishing on the Atlantic Road.  Boat: Hårek, 27 foot. Min. 4 persons. NOK 600 per person incl. fishing equipment and surviva...

Tromsø

Northen Lights and fishing – Best of the Best - Arctic Cruise in Norway

Join us and experience the two best sellers in one package. Chase the Northern Lights the first evening and catch the fish next day.

Averøy

Boat hire at Sveggvika

For trips to experience the great scenery and/or in combination with fishing trips. You will find good fishing spots both in Sveggvika and in the sorro...

Geiranger

Geiranger 15:50 -Ålesund (one way)

Visit one of the world’s most beatiful fiords - enjoy the Sunnmøre Alps. A comfortable coach trip brings you from Geiranger, up the spectacular Eaglero...

Vettre

Rigmor and Rigfar "boat trips for everyone"

These boats are among the most popular in the inner Oslofjord area, and are visited by 30 to 40 thousand travellers each year. MS Rigmor is probably No...
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