|Season (16 May 2022 - 30 Sept 2022)|
|Monday - Saturday||08:00||- 11:50|
Beautiful four hour round trip from Bergen. Cross the mystical maelstroms on the sailing to Skjerjehamn harbour.
Get away from the busy city life, take in the delights of a magical half-day excursion to historical and idyllic Skjerjehamn. The old trading post has hundreds of years of coastal traditions to experience, and now a new sculpture walk, The Blue Garden, that explores the impact of modern aquaculture. In the self-guided tour you will learn how salmon is farmed in Norway today, and why it will be important to the world tomorrow.
Skjerjehamn is set on a beautiful petite island, right at the port of the Sognefjord. It is an excellent choice for anyone who appreciate nature, art and culture. Stop by the gallery with changing exhibitions, on your way to the old shop on the dock where homesmoked salmon, souvenirs and snacks are for sale. Take a walk in our garden, where the majestic monument for Kong Olav V reigns. Skjerjehamn is also a popular destination for boaters, food lovers and for weekend breaks.
On board Norleds expressboats, to and from Skjerjehamn, you can enjoy the fantastic landscape from our comfortable chairs in the saloon, or stay outside on deck and enjoy the view and feel the wind in your hair.There is a cafeteria on board, they serve hot and cold beverages, food, snacks and icecream. For the children there is a small playground as well. Skjerjehamn’s dock is not suited for wheelchair users. We apologize for the inconvenience.
08:00: Departure by boat from Strandkaiterminalen in Bergen
09:20: Arrival Skjerjehamn
10:10: Return by boat from Skjerjehamn
11:50: Arrival at Strandkaiterminalen in Bergen
Departure at the Strandkai Terminal next to the Tourist Information. The ticket includes a coffe and a waffel at Skjerjehamn.
The tour must be booked minimum 2 days before departure.
You will receive a new email from booking@visitBergen.com within 2 working days with your NEW reference number. That is your valid ticket and must be shown when boarding. Your order is then 100% confirmed. If you do not receive this email, please contact us on e-mail booking@visitBergen.com as soon as possible.
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||NOK510.00 tickets|
|Children under 4 years||Free|
Prices may be subject to change.
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