FleetiT in Norway
Western fjords.
To believe that this is all true — you need to get here. The fjords of Norway are so captivating that it seems like you are on another planet.

We will explore the western part on a real expedition boat. Our adventure begins in calm Bergen and takes us deep into the fjords, to the glaciers. Here wild untouched nature and deserted rocky shores.

In Western Norway, we are as between the past and the present. These are places that are protected by both the Viking spirits and the guardians of UNESCO. We explore locations that have retained their original touches.

We will see those same famous fjords from the inside. The yacht offers the best views of them. But also we` ll go up and see a bird's eye view. Feel the power of rocks and waterfalls. We will fish and enjoy bright evenings to the calm sound of the water.
dates
August 29 8 September | 9 – 19 September, 2020
Starting in Bergen. Through the Western fjords we will discover how does the great North look.
10 days on the yacht
Going through the west coast of Norway. Will discover northern towns and fishermen villages. Whales and puffins. Fjords and abandoned islands, places where you can't get by a car or a plane, only by yacht.
9 spots
Every day we spend the night in a new place. Fjord or small rocky island with couple fishermen huts .
€1220
Price includes berth on the yacht, skipper service, final cleaning.
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Thats how our adventure might look for a spaceman.
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cost
€1220
Extra spends:
- flight.
- ravel spends (food, fuel, port fees, insurance, WiFi) — under 1200 €;
- charter company will keep 400 € of security deposit from every crew member. They will kindly return it once we check-out from the yacht.
- transfer to/from the airport.
We are always buying food and drinks and cook on the yacht.
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We will lead you to the adventure.


Captain: Nikolay.
In the sea: 31 country || 12000 nm.
Essential in travel: adventures, find things that are not on the map or in travel guides.

Entrepreneur. Founder at Fleetit.

«I travel and I know things».



Captain: Yegor.
In the sea: 40000 nautical miles.
Essential in travel: Planing navigation in advance.
YACHTS
Our fleet
Dehler Varianta 44 or similar
Length: 43.77 feet
Crew: 8 + captain
2 bathrooms
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why choose this adventure
Details:
Day 1
Bergen.
We meet in a big Norwegian city. But as soon as we leave the plane, it seems to us that it is a small cozy village. Multi-colored waffle houses, old streets. In the Vikings` century, it was the largest trading center. We will sail on the water that sent Norwegian merchants on long trips. Having gathered all the provisions, we are heading to the neighboring archipelagos in the Norwegian Sea. We swim to the tiny island of Hernar, where birds migrate in the spring.
Day 2
Fedje.
The island was inhabited 4,000 years ago. But now only 600 people live here. This large family is engaged in fishing, lives in white houses, which are mirrored by calm morning water and breathe clean air. The island exists on its own, surrounded by the Norwegian sea. There are such silence and pacification that you want to stay and write a book. And on the edge of the island, there is a red striped lighthouse, as in films about the life of writers on the seashore.
Day 3
Eivindvik.
Sail closer to the very huge fjords. We moor near the village on the mainland. There is already more greenery, but there are still a lot of stones. Now they are not scattered on the water but protect us like mountain walls. We find ourselves in a quiet haven of calm Norwegian life. Nobody is in a hurry here, and travelers are not waiting. This is a place for their own. Let`s learn from the locals, what is the secret of Scandinavian happiness?
Day 4
Høyanger.
Here they are, real Norwegian fjords. We will feel the full power of nature. Among the tall rocks, we feel very tiny. Waterfalls here are like milk, which drains rapidly from the tops of the fjords. We will climb to the very top to see how the sun leaves its crimson footprints on cliffs. We will get fishing rods and we will get our dinner. Who will we catch today? Cod, mackerel or halibut?
Day 5
Fjærland.
Here we will get acquainted with the longest and deepest fjord in Norway — Sogne Fjord. Very few people live in these areas. Nature is protected and worried about the ecology of the area. Therefore, everything here remains in its original form. Small and rare villages look like clippings glued to a Norwegian collage. It is unusual to see houses among such wild nature. But in Norway, they live in harmony.
Day 6
Vikøyri.
This village is spread out on a plain among high hills. Vikøyri is an old shore dweller site. Small wooden houses teleport us several hundred years ago. Here we went in sportswear, and now we are in a fox hat and carrying prey from the forest with other Vikings. Here you need to breathe to the fullest. The air is filled with freedom and the smell of the sea. On a sunny day, you can see the azure canvas with snow-white clouds on the water.
Day 7
Botnen camping.
From here we set off to explore the mainland. We walk deep into the forests and climb the fjords. We look at the fascinating Sognefjord area from above. Under us are sharp cliffs and rocks. We feel like conquerors of these areas. When we get down to the shore, we are fishing and have dinner enjoying warm conversations. In the morning we wake up to the singing of birds and sail to the last point of our expedition.
Day 8
Herdla.
This place lives in world history books. In the last century, there were bombings. And now the cows graze on the green lawns. This military island is strewn with huge rocks. One of them has a secret fort. We are exploring abandoned military installations that are beckoning with their mystery and secrets. Here the waters are calm and quiet. They will send our expeditionary team back to Bergen.
Day 9
Bergen.
In a new outness, we are returning home. Every traveling changes us. And after this sailing, you will not be the same.
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