FLEETit is going TO Norway
Sail Norway
Hello friends,

This summer we are going to discover a new destination. The place of legends. The land of ice. The land of fire.

Norway. Yes, you read it right. Subtle and bold. And that's how it really feels: quiet, cold, and beautiful in its magnitude. The kind of power that is never loud and crowded. Except for the deafening sound of silence.

It is the land of ancient warriors and sailors. Home of the Vikings. You probably imagine them as really tough and rugged? Yes, they were. Thanks to the place they lived in. In the cold and bare land, pierced with jagged rocks. For sailing, they used Drakkars, 18 meters long and 3 meters wide boats. Pretty badass.

We think so too. But we're not as badass and will charter a modern sailing yacht.
adventure dates
August 18 25, 2018
We meet in Bergen, and let the adventure begin.
8 days
We will sail our yacht around the most spectacular corners of Norway.
7 stops
Starting in Bergen we sail through the mighty fjords and fish out something to eat in the tiny Stolmen.
€1300 / Ƀ0.4
The price includes yacht charter, skipper service, fjord views. Per crew member.
the map
Here is how our trip route looks like for some one who might look at us from the very top of the world.
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What does it COST:
€1300 / Ƀ0.4
it turns into €1500 / Ƀ0.46 after January 1st of 2018
What included in price:
- Yacht rental;
- Diesel;
- Skipper;
- Perfect mood.
What are your additional expense:
- Food, drinks and other entertainment. I expect it to be around 450 euros per person.
- Flight to Bergen. The price depends on where are you flying from. Check "Skyscanner" or "Onetwotrip" apps to get the quote.
- Bed sheets are charged extra in Norway, so it is 35 euros per person.
- The cleaning fee in northern countries is also a big deal, so it is about 50 euros per person.
- Also there is a security deposit required for such chartered trips. It is 500 euros per crew member. It is being refunded upon check out from the yacht.
Why choose this adventure?
Look at our detailed plan
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Day 1
This town is also known as Fjord Gates.
If you want to get some sightseeing on your own then make sure to arrive one day earlier. After exploring Bergen we travel to Hjellestad, where we find the marina and our yacht.
The plan is simple. We get here by bus, buy goods we need for the trip, and load up the yacht. And then we get out into the open water.
Day 2
This fjord village has a lot to offer. There are the Hatteberg waterfall and the Rosendal Baroniet House with a garden and surrounding fields. We'll be spending the night here.
Day 3
Getting here by car. The trip to the Trolltunga starts from here. You guessed right - it does mean the Troll Tongue.
Make sure to bring tracking shoes and something warm like skiing pants with you. This hike will take us 8 hours in total. And it is worth every sweaty bit of effort. The view is legendary. Let's hope it won't be crowded by tourists, and we will get to enjoy a little solitary pleasure. For all you introverts on the trip.
Day 4
This little island town is all about the sightseeing and the local food. What to see: the country museum and a sea museum. What to eat: go to the famous restaurant Fengselet Mat & Vinkjellar. No need to Google it. We know it's good.
Day 5
One thing to say about this place: there are no hotels. You might think it's a small thing but it really makes a big difference. We will go fishing here, and discover what a quaint Norwegian town looks like without all the tourists.
Day 6
I guess this island is what you might call small. The total population is 200 people. This is the place where we do more fishing, walk through the wild Norwegian nature, and find some mental space while staring at the ocean to the West. After all, there is nothing like the stoic Fjords to pause the noise in our heads.
Day 7
Today we wake up in an absolute harmony with ourselves. We leave the Stolmen and head to our marina at Hjellestad, where everything actually had begun a week ago.
Day 8
In the morning we checkout from the yacht, and with a peace in mind go to Bergen for our flight back home. Now we have a story to tell, story about our northern adventure...
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Meet your captain: Nikolay
Do you remember the feeling of coming home after a long time away? Nikolay had this feeling in June 2015 sailing into the open sea for the very first time. True story. He was born a sea spirit but raised as a land shark. He had to find out the switch up eventually.

And so like mother's cooking, the call of the waves has taken him to the Aegean, to the Andaman and the Mediterranean seas. His first solo sailing trip was to Thailand, and it still ranks among his favorites. He continues to explore avidly and after 14 completed trips his former instructors at Yacht Travel refer to him as "one the most ambitious up-and-coming captains around".

Being a generous type, Nikolay loves to share the glory of his adventures with others: family, friends and strangers alike. Especially, helping complete newcomers to open the door to Narnia of sea travel. Environmental consciousness is at the heart of his philosophy to keep the ocean clean and its ecosystems healthy. So he dedicates a lot of effort to build his trips mindful of the environment.

In 2017 Nikolay has already made plans to explore new seas. He is adding Norway, Caribbean, Maldives and Canary Islands to the list of his upcoming destinations.
Length: 43.77 feet
Crew: 8 + captain
3 bathrooms

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