We run ferries - and mini-cruises among the islands in Asker and Bærum. We arrange trips to Oscarsborg fortress (opera and day trips), Drøbak, Hovedøya, pirate evenings, fishing trips, school trips and more.
Welcome onboard Rigmor and Rigfar - explore island hopping in Asker and Bærum's beautiful archipelago
From Kadettangen in Sandvika, the ferries M / S Rigmor and M / S Rigfar run on a regular basis between islands in the Oslo Fjord's most beautiful archipelago. Avoid long queues and large crowds. A local day excursion with a good atmosphere in beautiful scenery. Whether you want to go on a day tour or overnight trip, are interested in fauna and wildlife, are a family with small children, a fisherman or camping tourist - then you will have a great experience. The calcareous ground was for many years an important source of income for the area through lime burning. Lime from the area was used to build Akershus Fortress and other historic buildings.
MS Rigmor is probably Norway's oldest scheduled wooden ferry. We sail ferry and mini cruises among the islands in Asker and Bærum as well as school trips with training in the maritime life at sea. FERRY SCHEDULE
The islands in Asker and Bærum you can visit:
Borøya is probably the most popular island for overnight stay and camping. The large plain and the shallow sandy beach is perfect for play, grilling and camping. The island is excellent for families with children and is a popular outdoor harbor for boaters. Toilets. Borøya is the island with the most ferry departures and arrivals, and is only 10 minutes sailing from Sandvika.
Ostøya is a large island with one of Oslo's most beautiful golf courses. Great for swimming and fishing. There is a small beach right by the ferry pier with afternoon sun. There are hiking opportunities on the island, but some scrub. During the mushroom season, Ostøya is an excellent place to "fill the basket"
Brønnøya has three piers where Rigmor stops, and its own cable ferry to the mainland. Great hiking trails, highly recommended for cycling and walking in peaceful and quiet surroundings. Feel free to combine the trip with a stop at some of the small beaches located by the ferry piers at
Brønnøya East and South. It is almost 7 km around the whole island, but the tour can be shortened considerably with roads and paths "across" the island. Cars are not allowed at Brønnøya. Opportunities to get off at one pier and be picked up at another are present. Here there are many cabins and one of the regions best preserved lime kilns on the southern tip. It is also possible to return by bus from Nesøya.
Langåra "Oslofjorden's answer to Sørlandet" is 40 minutes sailing from Sandvika and has been a favorite place for camping throughout history.
Somewhat overgrown but excellent for accommodation, swimming (not sandy beach) and fishing. Here you will find Middagsbukta with bustling boating on one side, and peaceful bathing spots and tent opportunities on the other. There is a marked hiking trail of 3 km. (not suitable for prams). It is also possible to rent accommodation in the old shop building in Middagsbukta through the Oslo Fjord Outdoor Council. The cottage was completely renovated in 2014, consists of living room, kitchen and bathroom with running water and several bedrooms with over 20 beds.
Boat rental and charter
We rent the boats with crew for private and business trips. We plan the trip according to your wishes, and are happy to come up with good suggestions. On board we have a varied and good menu and a license to serve drinks with all rights. Our goal is to create a pleasant and personal fjord trip, with soul and atmosphere.
Take a bus to Sandvika station or drive, then take a ferry or mini cruise from Rigmorbryggen, which is within walking distance from Sandvika station, and a short way from E18.
Our goal is to create a pleasant and personal fjord trip, with soul and atmosphere at a reasonable price. Click on boat rental on our main page www.rigmor.no for more information and or get in touch for a nice offer!
Welcome on board!