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August 14, 2021
August 21, 2021

Sailing expedition to Norway


Total days:8Cruise days: 8

Team level

Еxperienced, Beginners

Activity level


Event Language

Russian, English
Sailing expedition to Norway
About event

Start:Stavanger, Norway

Finish:Stavanger, Norway

Sailing expedition to Norway

We invite you to join the sailing trip in Norway. We will sail in the Norwegian fjords, stop in local villages, go trekking along the famous Norwegian rocks - Prekestolen and Kjeragbolten. We will walk around the area and fish, explore the local Scandinavian settlements and go to the Viking Island.

Why Norway?

Incredible nature

Norway is northern beauty, cliffs, and moss-covered rooftops, low clouds, and fast-changing weather. We will sail through the fjords and land ashore: walk through the forests, pick berries, and breathe fresh air.

Summer is the best time

Summer is the high season in Norway, but if you are on a yacht you can avoid it. A yacht allows you to plan your trip so as to avoid the crowds of tourists at the main attractions.

See more, spend less

We will go to the coolest spots in Norway, which are difficult to reach and will save time and resources on travel.

Events schedule

  • Aug 14, 2021

    DAY 1


    Arrival at the marina.

    Check-in on the yacht after lunch.

    Meeting the team.

    Grocery shopping

    Stavanger was founded in the Middle Ages. In the city, the old street and traditional wooden houses are harmoniously combined with modern architecture and landscape design.
  • Aug 15, 2021

    DAY 2


    Jörpeland was founded at the beginning of the 20th century and is known for its petroglyphs dating back to the Bronze Age.

    We will trek to the Preikestolen cliff, also called the "Pulpit". It is a 600-meter high rock, one of the most famous in Norway. At the top of the cliff is a plateau with an area of about 25 square meters. The trekking route of amazing beauty will take about five hours.
  • Aug 16, 2021

    DAY 3


    The highest point of the Kjёrag plateau is 1100 meters above sea level. There is Kjøragbolten, a round stone stuck between two vertical rock walls at an altitude of 984 meters above the Lysefjord.

    On this day we will trek to Kyerag and admire the local views. The hiking route takes five hours.
  • Aug 17, 2021

    DAY 4


    At the western end of the island is one of the most famous medieval buildings in Norway - Utstein Abbey. In the X century, the building was the estate of kings, and two centuries later it was turned into the church.

    On the island, you can find an amazingly beautiful lighthouse from the Second World War. All this is located within 5-6 km, so you can go on foot or by bike.
  • Aug 18, 2021

    DAY 5


    Skudeneshavn is a charming town located at the southern tip of Karmoy Island, the home of the Viking kings.

    We will spend this day at the town. Here you can stroll along the cozy streets, taste strong coffee with waffles and see how modern Norwegians live.
  • Aug 19, 2021

    DAY 6


    Haugesund is a city in the province of Rugaland, built during the Viking era, with a well-developed infrastructure.

    If possible (it depends on the weather conditions) we will stop at Bukkoya Island and visit the Viking Museum. This is a completely recreated Viking village and farm from the 9th-11th centuries.
  • Aug 20, 2021

    DAYS 7 AND 8


    We will return to the home marina in Stavanger.

    Check-out from yachts the next day before 09:00. If you wish, you can continue your journey through Norway.




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