Norway is the embodiment of mystery, a country of trolls with harsh climate and rich history. It was here that the famous Vikings lived, who sailed on their wooden drakars along the Norwegian Sea and even went out to the Atlantic. Only here you can see the unique fjords and mountain waterfalls of the northern region, flocks of whales and killer whales in the natural environment, and plunge into the Nordic atmosphere of serenity and tranquility.
On a cruise in the Lofoten Islands, you will sail 120 miles in the company of like-minded people, enjoy the Norwegian fjords, have a successful catch, visit the fishing villages with their unique flavor, and experience the true Arctic spirit. You haven’t had such a voyage yet!
How to get there:
AirBaltic + SAS
Moscow - Riga
09: 45-11: 25 (travel time 1:40)
Riga - Oslo
18: 05-19: 00 (travel time 1:55)
Oslo - Tromsø
20: 05-21: 55 (travel time 1:50)
Wideroe + SAS + airBaltic
Svolver - Bodo
09: 30-09: 55 (travel time 0:25)
Bodo - Oslo
10: 30-11: 55 (travel time 1:25)
Oslo - Riga
14: 35-17: 20 (travel time 1:45)
Riga - Moscow (SVO)
18: 25-19: 55 (travel time 1:30)
from €1,999 / 8(8) days / 1pers.
Check-in on the yacht in Svolvær marina
Svolvær is an ancient and the most populated city of the Lofoten Islands, as well as a local administrative center. It is a beautiful city, especially when you look at it from the heights of the mountains surrounding it from all sides. The city consists of many small islands interconnected by elegant bridges, viaducts, and houses painted in bright colors. Gradually, the local fishing industry is losing ground to tourism, because it is from here that numerous tourist routes to the Lofoten Islands start.
Svolvær-Henningsvær-Reine, 35 nm.
Henningsvær consists of several islands, located among the rich fishing grounds washed by the waters of Vestfjord. It is built in the style of traditional Norwegian villages with interesting shapes of buildings painted in bright colors.
Reine is a tiny and incredibly picturesque fishing village with red and white buildings, one of the most beautiful places in the Lofoten Islands.
Reine- Nusfjord-Skrova, 40nm.
Nusfjord is one of the oldest and best-preserved villages in Norway, whose history dates back to the mid-1800s. It will be interesting to look at the authentic wooden buildings of the town.
This place is filled with history and opportunities for fishing, diving, sailing. Here, there are a village shop, cozy taverns, and restaurants where you can enjoy seafood. Next, we will come to the fishing village of Skrova, which is famous for its whaling.
Skrova - Trollfjord-Sortland, 35nm.
Trollfjord is one of the most beautiful fjords in Norway. Its width at the entrance is not more than 100 meters, and on the sides, you can enjoy views of steep and majestic mountains. The name of this fjord comes from Norwegian mythology.
Sortland is located north of the Lofoten Islands, it is also called the blue city because most of the buildings here are painted in blue.
Hamn is a picturesque fishing base on the northern coast of the island of Senja and one of the best fishing spots in Norway. Cod, haddock, pollock, sea bass and halibut can be caught here in the cold waters of the Norwegian Sea.
Tromsø is called the “Northern Capital” or “Gateway to the Arctic”, and it is the northernmost point of our route. In the city, you can visit the northernmost Lutheran church in the world - the Arctic Cathedral, take the cable car to Mount Floyen, visit the northernmost Mack brewery or just take a walk along the promenade and enjoy the majestic scenery and breathe in the clean air.
Leaving the yacht and going back home
We will start our cruise around the Lofoten Islands in Svolvær, the administrative center of the islands and a very picturesque city. Then we will go around the islands and visit such towns and villages as Ryøya, Hamnøy, Sortland, Skrova, Reine. We will finish our journey to the city of Tromsø.