Experience Norwegian natural beauty at its very
best. Charter the intimate 8 passenger yacht Cruise Norway Princess and
explore the fantastic
landscapes in Western and southern parts of Norway
Inquire about a charter proposals for
cruises in the west coast
fjords or on the southern coast where the wealthiest Norwegian vacation.
You're completely free to decide where you want
to sail, number of days and
The service level is up to you, we can offer
your own gourmet chef if
desired. There are also opportunities for activities such as golf,
cycling and walking trips to the places we visit, this can be combined
with local food experiences and cooking courses as well as museum
visits and more.
There are also opportunities for beach breaks
with swimming and barbecue
If you wants to experience the southern
archipelago or fjords in Western
Norway in a completely unique and special way, contact us.
Cruise Norway Princess is a luxury yacht with
all the facilities you need to
have a wonderful experience at sea.
The yacht has, among other things: 1 master
cabin with double bed, VIP
cabin with double bed, and 2 cabins with two single beds. A total of 8
beds. During the day, the yacht can take up to 12 people.
Jet skis are available on board and you can ski
at up to 65 knots for extra
excitement and fun!
5-day Cruise Southern Norway
Discover southern Norway on a 5 day cruise from Kristiansand, you will explore this magical part of the Norway in a unique experience onboard on of our yachts.
Highlights of Destinations
Here is Our yacht ready for boarding after your demands and we sail from Kristiansand out in the evening after
everyone has recovered well on board.
This evening, the captains' dinner will be a pleasant gathering where it will be possible to get to know each other better.
After a wonderful breakfast, you are free to explore this beautiful city here, there are opportunities to follow in Ibsen's footsteps and Knut Hamsund's footsteps, learn more about Terje Vigen or take a trip to several of the city's sights.
At the afternoon we set course for Arendal and Merdøy
Merdø museum is a small coastal farm with a skipper's house from 1736, preserved as it has been with original interiors and contents from approx. 1800.
Idyllic location on Merdø, at the far end of Skjærgårdsparken towards the Skagerrak. Merdø is well worth a visit whether you want to experience nature, ancient coastal culture or just enjoy yourself. There is both a beach and a small café. After the stay here, we sail the inner rout towards Tvedestrand and the islands with their beautiful harborsand nature.
Sandøya is a small island community between Lyngør and Tvedestrand.
It lives approx. 200 permanent residents on a year-round basis on Sandøya between Lyngør and Tvedestrand. Here there are shops, schools, after-school clubs and sports teams. In the summer, the lucky ones who have holiday homes come out here. Both residents and holidaymakers love the island. Here there are well-kept lawns, abundant orchards and flowering summer gardens as far as the eye can see.
Holiday feeling and low shoulders hit you as soon as you dock and jump ashore. No cars. Only bikes. And lots of nice trails that take you to beautiful bathing bays and boulders.
Sandøya is one of "11 Insanely Beautiful Lesser-Known Islands Around The World
The website Forbes.com visited Sandøya in 2019 and here is what Kristen Kellogg, from Border Free Travels wrote:
"If you're into water and want a quiet place to relax and take in all the nature surrounding you Sandøya Island in Southern Norway is it. Though close to the mainland, you can only get to the island via boat. And the coolest thing about it is that the island doesn't allow cars. About 200 residents call it home yearround. Visitors can stroll the island on foot and shop at tiny stores along the one road (more like a small path). Pass wandering goats, dine casually over locally produced food and beer, and just enjoy the slow Norwegian life. Up Norway can arrange everything for you from on the water and on the ground experiences to unique and cozy accommodation for your escape."
Lyngør is an exotic southern island without roads and cars, with an atmosphere from a old era and a dramatic history. Lyngør in Tvedestrand municipality is the whitewashed village in the sea which has been named both Europe's best preserved town and one of Europe's ten best islands to visit. In May 2015, Lyngør topped the British major newspaper The Guardian's list of the ten best "unknown" European islands to visit.
After our stay we heading back to Kristiansand via furøya in tvedestrand.
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