|Season (1 June 2020 - 15 Sept 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||14:00||- 15:30|
Experience Bergen harbor and the fjords on a lunch or dinner cruise with the boat Lykkeper. The tour also offer a delicious local seafood buffet on board.
Sit back and experience the city of Bergen from the sea side! Along the way you can enjoy an amazing seafood at its best.
This tour takes you out from Bergen through the Vågen bay, (city fjord), past famous Bryggen (UNESCO world heritage site), Rosenkrantz tower, Håkon`s Hall, Bergenhus Fortress, Nordnes, Norwegian Fisheries Museum, Sandviken neighbourhood, Nyhavn area, Old Bergen and the bay of Eidsvåg, out to the Nordhordland bridge and then back along Askøy before heading back to the famous and vibrant Fish Market.
MS LYKKEPER was built in 1969 at Salthammer boatyard. With a capacity for taking 170 passanger is a perfect boat for sightseeing in the fjords. Three cozy saloons makes it perfect for meals, panorama widows and a large outdoor deck to enjoy the nice view.
During the trip, we serve a magnificent and varied seafood buffet, including prawn, crab, crayfish, snow crab, mussels, smokes salmon, hot smoked salmon, herring, fish soup and much more. We also serve side dishes such as aioli, bread, salad etc. You can eat as much as you like of all this and more on the trip.
If you are not a great seafood lover, or prefer alternatives such as vegetarian food, or have allergies, but would still like to join us on a lovely fjord cruise with your family and friends, we will be happy to prepare alternatives for you. Just write a short request in the comments section telling us what you would like; we can manage almost everything.
Lunchcruise departure at kl. 14:00, lasting 1,5 hours
Only the fjordcruise NOK 399,-
Fjordcruise & Seafood Buffet NOK 849,-
Children 0-4 years free, 4-13 years half price.
Dinnercruise departure at kl. 18:00, lasting 2,5 hours
Only the fjordcruise NOK 499,-
Fjordcruise & Seafood Buffet NOK 949,-
Children 0-4 years free, 4-13 years half price.
No student or senior discount.
Just outside the Tourist Information Office at the Fish Market (at the opposite end of the building to the Tourist Information Office entrance). Very central and easy to find.
We are also proud to provide local beverages in our onboard drinks selection. We recommend trying our many local varieties of beer and cider. However, of course we also have a wide selection of excellent wines from all over the world. These include sparkling wines and champagne. We also have Norwegian aquavit, or other varieties of strong traditional Norwegian spirits. And of course we also have coffee, tea, mineral water, soft drinks, local and natural juices, etc. (Drinks are not included in the price).
Wheelchair users are welcome. We lift them on board manually, where they will only have access to the upper deck, and we ask every wheelchair customer to bring an assistant.
You can buy tickets online here on visitBergen.com, in the Bergen Tourist Information Office, in the Fish Me restaurant in the Fish Market, by sending an email to email@example.com, or you can buy them when you get on the boat (subject to availability).
Your email confirmation is your ticket, which you show when you get on board. You can bring a printout or just show the confirmation on your mobile.
Online booking with the Bergen Card:
If you use the Bergen Card, you will get a discount. Select the number of children/adults and then apply the discount. Remember that you will have to show a valid Bergen Card when you board. One discount per Bergen Card.
You can cancel the trip up to 48 hours before departure free of charge. Any cancellations after this will not be refunded. If you want to change your reserved time to a different time, we may be able to help you with this, depending on availability.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children 4-12 years||NOK199.00 tickets|
|Children 4-12 years||NOK425.00 tickets|
|Adults 12+ (with food)||NOK849.00 tickets|
Children under 4 free.
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