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Norway is one of the ultimate charter destinations, which recently became one of the most popular areas for yacht charter holidays. Exploring the Norwegian fjords represents a unique and once in a lifetime yacht charter experience.

Norway is characterized by breathtaking and sensational landscapes, with immense green areas, ice fields, amazing fjords, high snowy mountains, glaciers, and rugged shores. Without any doubt, the Norwegian fjords are one of the most attractive destinations for visitors, and some of them also belong to the UNESCO World Heritage site.

The beauty of this splendid area is also given by the amazing climate that characterizes the territory. Above the Arctic Circle, in northern Norway, there is the sun for 24 hours a day. In this way, visitors experience a different way of living the day, having also more time to explore the land and to participate in numerous fun activities.

The fjords of Norway represent an exciting yacht charter vacation, having the chance to discover new colors, landscape,and atmosphere. Cruising around the fascinating fjords gives visitors the opportunity to observe the impressive glaciers that dominate the scene, as well as taking a look at the midnight sun of the summer period. Traveling through the fjords is an excellent and exciting way to discover unspoiled safe waters, and a wide range of sports activities to undertake (fishing, hunting, hiking, canoeing, sledding, wildlife safari tours).

During your yacht charter holiday, you might want to consider some of our recommended destinations, known for their immense popularity, and for the numerous attractions and natural scenarios worth to experience.


Stavanger is one of the biggest Norwegian cities, characterized by a mixture of old and new historical sites. From a historic and architectural standpoint, Stavanger is home of the oldest cathedral, “Stavanger Domkirke”. Besides the numerous historic sites, the city also offers great opportunities for exclusive shopping, fine dining, and city tours.

Near Stavanger, the Lysefjord is located. Its main characteristic is represented by the mountain formations of Kjerag and Preikestolen (known as “The Pulpit Rock”). One of the main activities is to hike to the top of the Preikestolen or reaching the Kjerag Mountain. Once arrived at the top you will benefit from the breathtaking natural wonders and the amazing panoramic views.


Some of the most beautiful and enchanting fjords are located in Bergen. This destination is well-known for its encompassing mountains and amazing fjords, including Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord. This last destination, Sognefjord, is considered to be the longest Norwegian fjord and part of the UNESCO World Heritage site. This fjord is situated at the center of Fjord Norway and some of the fun and worth experiencing activities include hiking the Jostedalsbreen Glacier or walking through the Jotunheimen National Park.


Oslo is the Norwegian capital for excitement. It proposes a wide range of outdoor unique activities. The famous attractions of the area include the Opera House, the Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park, and the Viking Ship Museum.

Even if it is not a fjord in its geological sense, one of the recommended destinations for visitors is Oslofjord – an inlet located in the southeast of Norway. It is made up of different islands, each characterized by its own identity and features. Some of the most renowned islands are Nakholmen, Lindoya, Gressholmen, Bleikoya, and Langoyene.

Sailing through the Norwegian fjords is one of the most exuberant and thrilling experiences in life. Besides the endless and numerous fjords, it also offers other amazing natural wonders, such as skerry gardens, fantastic beaches, and peaceful nature gateways.