MS Sea More
Beautiful yacht with qualified crew available for private tours in the Bergen region or the fjords. Maximum 10 passengers.
MS SEA MORE with its well-qualified CREW has completed many assignments. We mention that On several occasions Queen Sonja has chosen to travel with MS Sea More, very many foreign tourists have also had experiences on board the MS Sea More. With us you get a very comfortable voyage yes a proper break from everyday life as a sanctuary with time for reflection in safe and beautiful surroundings surrounded by beautiful nature.
MS SEA MORE – LG 2540 is a classed vessel approved for section 11.Small coastal shipping. Speed on the Norwegian coast, where the ship passes open stretches of sea over 25 nautical miles, as well as all within lying waters, although the ship is never further off the coast than 20 nautical miles of the baseline. We have chosen to insure our passengers collectively for up to NOK 30 million. Our skippers have extensive experience and meet all regulatory requirements. The company's most important value is to carry out safe and sustainable voyages.
For us, safety and a great focus on rescue equipment are a given, we mention that MS SEA More with Crew was awarded an honorary award in the summer of 2021, for the fact that in harsh conditions and as the only vessel nearby they saved a young man from drowning. For us, this is a confirmation that it is important to have rescue equipment, plans, exercises and the right focus.
We specialize in the arrangement for the individual. Whether you just want to experience idyllic fjords, get a special crossing to a hotel, enjoy the sunset, or you want an exclusive fjord or deep sea fishing also trolling for wild salmon/sea trout.
A day trip to Modalen costs NOK 23,000 incl. VAT. Trips to other destinations such as Rosendal, Marstein, Bekkjarvik, Alverstraumen or Flåm are priced per request.
We take a maximum of 10 passengers for exclusive tours, we sell snacks and refreshments on board and we can order a buffet for the voyage if you like.
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