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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...



Choose the traditional trip to the Lysefjord or do an individually combined trip. Travel with a fast new boat or choose and old charming veteran boat...


Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people

Enjoy Norway’s iconic coastline from the comfort of a Hurtigruten ship, the original coastal voyage since 1893.
Classic voyages from £756 for two people


Fjord Cruise in Åkrafjorden

Seen from the boat, the landscape is like a string of pearls with the cascading Langfoss Waterfall the most impressive of them all. With its 612-metre...
Adults 290 NOK Children 150 NOK


Daytrip from Bergen to romantic Rosendal

Experience the Hardangerfjord and Rosendal with its mountains and waterfalls! The boat trip from Bergen to Rosendal takes you on a journey through a u...

Kristiansand S

M/S Maarten - charter

M/S Maarten has been built with scenic attractions in mind.


The Pulpit Rock and Norway in a Nutshell®

Experience the magnificent Lysefjord, the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), wild and beautiful coastal scenery, the popular Norway in a nutshell® trip and t...


Risør II

Risør II is a restored Colin Archer sail ship with passenger certificate up to 12 passengers + crew of 3.  Possible to rent for day trips and overnight...


MS Strønstad

MS Strønstad is a spacious, practical and sturdy boat, suitable for versatile missions along the Norwegian coast.


2,5 days exclusive cruise to Magdalenafjorden- Spitsbergen Guide Service

This is an exclusive 2.5 days cruise to Magdalenafjorden for up to 6 passengers. Because of its beuty this fjord is one of the most famus fjords on Spitsbergen, and we will experience the same surroundings as Mr. Willem Barents did 400 years ago.
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