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The straits were the way to the North - the Nor-way! As the straits give way to the open ocean, get ready for the high-speed adventure while you immerse yourself in spectacular Norwegian nature with the smell of the ocean and the wind in your hair! The tour takes you around some of the islands and little canals, with your captain telling stories of the history and people living in this rough coastal environment. If you’re lucky, you may just spot the White-tailed eagle that has its nesting area on one of the islands. Remember your camera!

Your adventure starts at the pier where you will be met by a representative who will escort you to our RIB location, approximately 5 minutes walking distance. Here you will receive the necessary equipment and safety briefing from the experienced captain.

Practical information

Warm layered clothing, sun protection and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and not considered suitable for those who are pregnant or with mobility concerns (back problems). Children can take the tour as long as they meet the minimum height requirement of 140cm and are at least 6 years old.

Meeting point: Cruise terminal Viking Adventure booth; a representative will walk with you to the RIB pier, approx. 250 meters
Price: Approx EUR 99 per person (NOK 990)
Equipment: Life jacket/suit, goggles and gloves (provided)
Duration: 2 hours including dressing and security briefing (approx 1 hour driving)
Language: English

This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it's cancelled because of the minimum isn't met, you will be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Viking Adventure also have a full refund if the cruise ship for some reason does not arrive at the port or if the hour of arrival/departure changes so much that it interferes with the trip.


March 06:


NOK 990


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