Cruising the coasts of the Northern Sea, with their majestic fjords and their incredibly wild landscape, is a once in a lifetime experience. In the “Land of the midnight sun”, where the sun never sets during summer months, you’ll experience the ethereal beauty of night sunlight and will be able to chill in your Jacuzzi even till late.
For a complete escape, we suggest you a Norway cruising itinerary that features a couple of UNESCO world heritage site: You’ll feel out of this world. Hiking, fishing, kayaking, this is the perfect holiday for the nature lovers.
Alesund is internationally known as the capital of the Art Nouveau style. The town was destroyed by a fire on a winter night in 1904. Within a remarkably short period of time, the new Alesund was rebuilt following the leading architectural style of those years, with a myriad of turrets, spires and ornaments typical of the Art Nouveau. Wandering along its beautiful streets is the best way to enjoy this magic place. If you love bird watching, consider a trip to Runde bird island.
A UNESCO world heritage site, Geirangerfjord is one of Scandinavia’s most scenically beautiful regions. Cruising through the Geirangerfjord takes you past incredible mountain farms and the majestic Seven Sisters waterfall. Stop for some hiking and hear some exciting local stories from your guide, then visit the beautiful town of Gerainger. We suggest you to experience salmon-fishing.
The ancient city of Trondheim was Norway’s first capital and is indeed an architectural gem. The best way to visit this marvelous town is spending some time walking along the charming streets, relaxing by the peaceful harbour, or crossing the old city bridge to take a look at the restored wooden buildings in Bakklandet and the spectacular gothic cathedral of Nidaros.
Motor yacht - steel - 1943
Motor yacht - steel - 2002
Motor yacht - steel - 1974
Motor yacht - steel - 2005
Motor yacht - steel - 1983
Motor yacht - steel - 2014
Sailing yacht - steel - 2014
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 1991
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2006