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Aurland

Flåm Cruise harbour

Aurland Harbour District comprises four pleasant harbours: Flåm, Aurland, Undredal and Gudvangen, nestling securely innermost in the famous Sognefjord.

Big cruise ships squeezing through narrow fjord arms surrounded by snow-clad peaks and waterfalls cascading down mountainsides, are a beautiful but usual sight. The 204 kilometre-long Sognefjord, which is the longest and deepest fjord in the world, has been a highlight and a main attraction for cruise tourists along the Norwegian coast for many decades.

FACILITIES AND SERVICES

Aurland / Gudvangen are very popular whole year destinations, due to the Flåm railway and the stunning Nærøyfjord.

THE EXTENSIVE RANGE OF SERVICES AND AMENITIES INCLUDE:

• New 80m long x 10m draft floating dock with electricity and water • Tax free fuel by truck • 24/7 yacht assistance • Single and 3 phase electricity up to 230 volt / 120 amp • Repair and maintenance – Frydenbø 24-hour service • 24-hour security • Refuse and waste-handling. Grey and black water disposal • Water supply • Airport: Bergen International Airport (174km) Sogndal Airport 50km (with ferry) • Helipad site at Aurland (8km) from Flåm • Helicopter transfer to/from Bergen Airport private jet area

BERTH TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

Length: alongside up to 100m / Draft: 6m Tidal movement: 1.8m At anchor: No restrictions

Last updated: 06/20/2023

Source: Visit Sognefjord AS

Flåm Cruise harbour

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