|Season (11 July 2022 - 5 Aug 2022)|
|Monday - Friday||11:00||- 14:00|
|Saturday - Sunday||Closed|
* Some departures in July has been canceled due to technical problems. Call to check status before booking.
An experience at top speed! Our RIB-boat will take you from Bergen and out to a real fish farm, where you get to learn more about Norwegian salmon, up close.
Are you ready for a spectacular, bracing and educational trip out to sea?
Now you can see how aquaculture works in practice!
Make the most of your visit by combining a trip to Storeblå visitor centre with an exciting RIB tour to one of our aquaculture installations. Here, staff from the Norway Fisheries Museum will show you around and answer your questions. Learn more– experience more – get up close to both nature and aquaculture.
To take visitors to Storeblå out to one of the fish farms, we use a RIB to get there quickly and safely. RIBs are rigid inflatable boats and are the perfect mode of transport for the different conditions out at sea, with wind and waves. Our RIBs can travel at speeds of up to 40 knots and are very stable and seaworthy. Each boat can seat 12 passengers.
The guides who drive you out to the fish farm are certified skippers with plenty of experience and expertise. We keep a strong focus on safety, and always adapt our trips to the weather conditions.
Available Monday to Friday, from week 26, to week 32, - 2022
This tour includes entrance to "Store Blå" museum.
All passengers participating on this trip is required to fill out a disclaimer-form before the trip starts.
The most important requirements is outlined below. If please read this carefully before booking this trip.
ATTENTION ALL PASSENGERS
Passengers that are pregnant, have back or neck problems, or other health issues (including seasickness) must consider it they are fit to participate. You may consult your boat driver for advice.
Passengers who are visually intoxicated may not participate.
The choice of destination depends on weather and sea conditions, as well as accessibility to the actual aquaculture facilities.
For safety reasons, a trip may be canceled at short notice due to weather conditions.
For safety reasons, a trip may be canceled mid-trip if conditions change.
Minimum age for participation is 12. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult
Passengers must be able to reach down to the boat floor when seated, to ease blows and other abrupt movements expected when travelling at high speed.
If cancelled up to 2 days before date of departure, the full amount will be refunded. Cancelation after this will not be refunded. Cancelation is made by sending an email to to email@example.com
Your email confirmation is your ticket. Please bring a printed copy or show the confirmation on your mobile at the start of the tour.
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