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Melandsjø

Night sailors

Join Night sailors on a trip in a nice archipelago, socializing with food and drink! Sailing if wind and crew is along for the ride. Night sailors...
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Bogøyvær

Wold Kyst Transport

Our company will transport you safely and efficiently with fast boats between islands around Frøya and Hitra. We can also transport you both ways...
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Kvenvær

Kvenvær Sjøhusferie - Diving

Oxygene Dive Hitra`s highly qualified employees will assist you with guided diving trips from their fast RIB and necessary equipment and facilities...
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Kvenvær

Kvenvær Sjøhusferie - Sea Activities

Adventures and activities on the island Hitra, in the fjords and open sea:  - Sea angling - Gather shells (sea mussels, oysters , St. Jacob shells,...
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Dyrvik

Rogers Adventurous World

In Rogers Adventurous World you can join in on safari on Freya and Hitra. "The hidden shoreline" is a treasure trove of unique experiences. Join a...
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Sistranda

The Fishing Village Halten

The fishing village Halten is situated out in the middle of the sea. At Halten you can stay for a holiday in a clean maritime environment,far from...
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Melandsjø

Traktørstedet Landstrykeren

Traktørstedet Landsstryker'n serves dishes made of meat and fish from the local area. The coast of Trøndelag is known for its rich deposits of...
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Mausund

Sjøblomsten Restaurant

Sjøblomsten offers Norwegian coastal food at its best. On our menu is fresh fish, fish balls, halibut, monkfish, shrimp, crab, crayfish and scallops....
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