|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
|Monday - Sunday||Open|
* The tour does not run on public holidays.
Private yacht cruise. Experience Bergen from the sea in a luxurious manner.
If you want a private experience around Bergen only for you and your family/friends/colleagues, this cruise is a great option.
The yacht is a Princess 50 with a great panoramic flybridge on top, salon inside, kitchen, salon on outside deck, 2 large cabins, and 2 restrooms. Cooling and heating, and guaranteed good atmosphere onboard.
The yacht is certified for maximum 12 passengers. No lower or upper age limitation. The tour lasts for 3-hours, and you have the yacht exclusively to yourselves.
We depart from Vågen in Bergen harbour, right in the city centre, with great views of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bryggen from the seaside, and with the beautiful backdrop of the seven mountains surrounding the city, including Mount Fløyen and Mount Ulriken. We slowly cruise up north from Bergen. The scenery changes gradually as we pass the suburbs Sandviken and Eidsvåg.
It is possible to stop for a swim in a quiet bay, we have towels and warm shower onboard. Or maybe you want to try fishing?
We cross the water towards the island called Askøy, and from there cruise back down towards Bergen, with an relaxed and cozy atmosphere onboard the yacht. Various snacks and refreshments included (wine, beer, champagne, etc). As your host we will do our utmost to give you a memorable experience!
The captain will also act as a guide and be available for all kinds of support and service during the tour.
* The departure and arrival time can be customized
Duration: 3 hours
Food not included (only snacks & refreshments), but if you would like to bring along something to enjoy while cruising, we recommend picking up some food at the Market-hall at the ground floor below the tourist information in Bergen, with a great choice of various lunch options (seafood and sandwiches).
We always have snacks, wine and various drinks included for you onboard the boat.
The tour is operated by the company See the Fjords.
The tour must be booked the day before for lunch-cruise, and no later than 3PM for departure at 6PM. For later bookings, please mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Your email confirmation is your ticket for this cruise. You can show the confirmation on your mobile device.
Tickets can be changed (if other days available) or cancelled for free up until 7 days before departure. Cancellations 7 to 2 days before is charged with 50 %. Cancellations must be made by email to email@example.com. Bookings cannot be cancelled or refunded 2 days or less before departure.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Group 1-12 passengers||NOK20,000.00 3 hours|
Bookings made by e-mail can be paid on arrival by cash (NOK / EUR / US $) or card.
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