|Season (1 Mar 2019 - 31 Oct 2019)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 13:00|
|Season (1 Nov 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
|Monday - Friday||10:00||- 13:00|
|Saturday - Sunday||10:00||- 13:00|
* 2019: Closed 1st January 1, 24th December and 25th December.
Experience fjords and mountains on a 3 hour cruise to Osterfjord and the picturesque Mostraumen where boats are just able to pass through!
Deep fjords, steep mountains, mighty waterfalls and powerful currents – all year round!
The cruise starts from Zachariasbryggen, right next to the well-known Fish Market in Bergen. On the way from Bergen you will have a good view of the famous Bryggen, the old city of Bergen along with the rest of Bergen`s harbour basin.
The cruise continues under Nordhordalandsbrua up the 27-kilometer long Osterfjorden in Hordaland province. Innermost in that deep fjord is Modalen, the second smallest municipality in Norway with about 380 residents. Underway, the fjord narrows between the steep mountains as we bring you safely through the strong currents of the shallow and narrow Mostraumen strait. You’ll also see waterfalls that can give your face a really refreshing shower at times of peak water flow! We sail our bow right up to a waterfall to catch a bucket of ice-cold mountain water for you to sample before turning back in Modalen and retracing our route through the magnificent landscape.
Our boat is a modern catamaran with a big sun deck. There is disabled access on the boat, and you can bring a stroller. A kiosk on board sells beverages, snacks and small dishes. Audio guiding in several languages.
Departure: from Zachariasbryggen quay at the Fish Market. Returning to the same place.
Duration: 3 hours
Tickets can be purchased at visitBergen.com, at the Tourist Information in Bergen, online at rodne.no or at the quay. A family ticket is available. It is valid for two adults and up to four children.
Groups: Groups of 15 or more passengers get a 15% discount on the ordinary adult price if they buy a joint ticket. The group discount only applies to tickets purchased at rodne.no
Must be booked at least 2 working days before departure.
If you have a Bergen Card, you get 20% discount. Choose the required number of adults and children and then add the discount. One discount per Bergen Card. Not available on family ticket.
Family tickets: Choose one adult and the option Family ticket. The ticket is then valid for 2 adults and 4 children (from 4-15 years old. From 16 = adult). Please write the number of children & adults and ages of children in the comments field when booking.
Children under 4 years old: free of charge.
Tickets cannot be changed.
Tickets can be cancelled up until 7 days before departure, for a fee of NOK 250 per person. Cancellations must be made by email to booking@visitBergen.com
Bookings cannot be cancelled or refunded 7 days or less before departure.
Please check that your travel date and other information is correct before completing your booking.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children under 16 years||NOK350.00 tickets|
|Adults (from 16 years)||NOK650.00 tickets|
|Family ticket 2 adults + 4 children||NOK1,600.00 tickets|
Price for adult in 2019: January, February, November and December NOK 550. From March-October NOK 650.
Price for family ticket in 2019: January, February, November and December NOK 1500. From March-October NOK 1600.
No student or senior discounts available.
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