|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
|Monday - Friday||Closed|
|Saturday - Sunday||09:30||- 17:30|
* Please email us for requests on other days.
This tour is suitable if you would like an exclusive tour for you and your small group. Enjoy beautiful nature with narrow fjords, high mountains and peace & quiet.
The tour starts at Bryggen with a beautiful view of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 7 mountains surrounding the city. The cruise continues to Osterfjorden, before we pass Romarheimsfjorden, and then Mofjorden. In Mofjord, we pass the famous Mostraumen, which is known for its tidal currents.
At the start of the tour, we invite you for a glass of apple cider from Spilde as a welcome drink. This is local non-alcoholic cider from Hardanger.
In Mo you will have time to strech your legs, before we return to Bergen. The captain on board speaks Norwegian and English.
We will do our utmost to give you a special experience on board MS Sea More. The boat is a spacious Meridian Yacht approx. 15 meters.
For 8 years we have had the priveledge of being the host of many wonderful tours. Her Majesty Queen Sonja of Norway has chosen to travel with MS Sea More on several occasions, as have several world famous artists.
09:30: Departure from Bryggen (another departure time can be agreed)
Approx. 10:30: Osterfjorden
Approx. 11:30: Romarheimsfjorden-Mofjorden
Approx. 12:30: Mostraumen
Approx. 1:00 p.m. Arrival in the center of Mo.
Approx. 17:00-17:30: Arrival in Bergen
Duration: Approx. 7.5 hours
The trip must be booked in advance via email email@example.com. If you are staying at one of the hotels in Bergen, we can arrange for you to pay for the trip at the hotel.
We will confirm your tour by email. Please bring a printed copy or show your email on your mobile device when boarding.
100% refund if canceled by email more than 48 hours before departure. After this, no refund will be given.
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