Book a tailored fjord cruise just for you or use one of our recommended routes. All to make sure your day with us will be as perfect as possible.
We offer private chartered yacht fjord cruises in Bergen and the Fjords, with a Princess 50 yacht with a capacity of 12.
The boat has a large lounge, two staterooms with double beds, two bathrooms, flybridge and a kitchen. Most cruises are tailored on request and may last from a few hours to several days. You can also choose one of our recommended packaged, with carious cruise-itinerary from 3 hours to 4 days.
On our cruises, you will always be treated as a VIP, we will do all we can to make sure your day with us will be perfect. We will make the cruise-itinerary perfect for you and your wishes and suit your schedule and plans. We pick you up as close to your hotel as possible, either with our yacht (or VIP car if the cruise is starting other places than Bergen)
Snacks and refreshments always included onboard, and we give recommendations for lunch and dinner along the route we are sailing. Several restaurants are located along the fjords and on islands, with private quay just outside the restaurant.
We always serve you with a smile. Welcome to a great day on the Fjords!
Bergen – Ullensvang, 5 hours one-way cruise to the Ullensvang Hotel: EUR: 2.800
Modalen cruise, full-day incl stop for lunch up in the end of the Fjord: EUR 1.900
Bergen – Folgefonna Glacier full-day (yacht one-way, VIP car back): EUR 2.900
4 Day Hardangerfjord cruise: EUR 7.000
Bergen – Rosendal full-day roundtrip: EUR: 3.200
Bergen – Hardangerfjord full-day cruise (combination VIP car + yacht): EUR: 2.400
Lunch or Dinner cruise to Cornelius restaurant, the best seafood restaurant in Bergen: EUR 1.500
Prices for tailor made cruises on request.
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