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On board this popular fjord cruise, you'll see beautiful Norwegian fjord scenery and, of course, the most famous rock formation of all, Preikestolen.

Lysefjord with Fantahålå and Hengjanefossen waterfall

The Lysefjord is otherwise packed with great moments. The captain will take you to the Vagabond's Cave, Fantahålå, the Hengjanefossen waterfall, several good photo stops and a historic Viking graveyard.

Cruise elegantly into the fjord on the luxury yacht Barolo III

On board one of Stavanger's largest and most exclusive yachts, the Barolo III, you'll explore the most famous mountain formation in the Lysefjord, the Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock). It is also one of Norway's most iconic rock formations, easily accessible from Stavanger. Imagine Preikestolen rising 604 meters above you, with an impressive supporting cast of waterfalls, idyllic islands and magnificent scenery of cliffs and canyons. Explore the yacht tour by viewing this film!

  • The price is for renting the yacht and crew, not per person.

Other tours Private Cruise offers with the Barolo yacht:

  • 3 hours City Island Cruise
  • Full-day extended Lysefjord cruise
  • 1, 2 or 3 days charter tour in the fjords of Ryfylke
  • 5-6 days charter tour from Stavanger to Bergen/Bergen to Stavanger

Top service:

  • Experience Ryfylke, Lysefjorden and Preikestolen in style and comfort
  • No stress, just you and your group
  • How about a gourmet chef of your own who dishes up the most delicious meals?
  • The locally known captain brings you to the most beautiful places
  • They tailor the trip completely to your wishes
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Price for up to 12 people (total cost for yacht rental and crew):
NOK 50,000


  • Skagenkaien, near Clarion Collection Hotel Skagen Brygge/Stavanger havn/harbour
  • Stavanger
+47 934 97 707


With a guide:
  • Summer
  • Winter
  • Spring
  • Autumn

Where is Experience a half-day fjord cruise to the Lysefjord and Preikestolen?