Embarking on a Norway trip by sailboat is an extraordinary way to discover the country’s stunning coastal landscapes, majestic fjords, and picturesque islands. Sailing along Norway’s pristine waters offers a unique perspective, allowing you to witness the breathtaking beauty of this Nordic gem.
Cruise through the world-famous Norwegian fjords, such as the Geirangerfjord, the Nærøyfjord, and the Hardangerfjord. Marvel at the towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and emerald-green waters that characterise these natural wonders. On tours of Norway you can explore hidden coves, sail past charming fishing villages, and anchor in serene fjord-side towns.
Norway’s coastal areas are adorned with thousands of islands, creating a sailor’s paradise. Navigate through the picturesque archipelagos of Lofoten, Helgeland, and the Arctic Circle, where dramatic mountains meet the sea and white sandy beaches beckon for relaxation.
Experience the magic of the Midnight Sun during the summer months, when the sun never fully sets below the horizon, and witness the ethereal glow of the landscape as you sail through the tranquil Arctic waters. A Norway trip is a voyage that promises unforgettable moments and a deep appreciation for the country’s remarkable maritime heritage.
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Do I need specialist sailing insurance?
Generally yes, but we recommend checking with your current travel insurer. We can also direct you to appropriate insurers who will be able to provide the right cover. Contact us for our recommendations.
Can I bring a hard suitcase?
Ideally not. Space on boats is always limited and you don’t want to end up sharing you bunk with your suitcase! Soft luggage such as duffel bags and rucksacks are your best bet.
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