See Oslo and its surrounding countryside the same way locals have for thousands of years: by water.
Discover the scenery on a traditional wooden boat, fully restored to its former glory. You'll sail past numerous islands, including Hovedoya and the Dyna Lighthouse, through narrow inlets and into sheltered bays so that you can capture the capital on camera from different angles.
The boat passes close to the Bygdoy peninsula, home to many interesting museums and beaches, such as Huk Bay. See the Maritime Museum with its veteran sailing ships moored outside, and the impressive Fram Museum, housing the polar ship of the same name.
During your cruise, a local Norwegian snack of shrimp will be offered, and a wide range of both hot and cold drinks are available for purchase at the bar.
See Oslo the way it was meant to be seen on a traditional wooden sailing ship, all while enjoying traditional food.
we had a lovely time on this Fjord cruise, the weather was perfect, and the beer and shrimp were good. one small complaint was that the seats weren't too comfortable, they are wooden boxes that the lifejackets are stored in, and you share them with someone sitting behind you. After 3 hours, most of us were happy to get off of them.