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8-Hour Fjord Cruise & Fishing Trip in the  Lofoten Islands

Embark on an unforgettable full-day fjord cruise and fishing trip in the captivating Lofoten Islands of Norway. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the fjords and islands as our luxury yacht glides through stunning landscapes only accessible by boat.


Prepare to be amazed as we sail above the Arctic Circle, exploring majestic locations like Vestfjorden, Austnesfjord, Øyhellenesundet, Raftsundet, Trollfjord, Molldøra, Svellingsflaket, Øksfjord, Henningsvær, and Gimsøysund. The specific route will be determined based on weather conditions to provide the most awe-inspiring scenery and optimal fishing experiences. Above all, your safety and comfort are our top priorities.


Our yacht offers the perfect balance of relaxation and adventure. Lounge on our outer decks, adorned with cozy pillows and blankets, or try your hand at fishing. All the necessary gear and expert guidance will be provided, giving you the chance to reel in cod, pollock, haddock, mackerel, and even halibut! Once you've caught your fish, our skilled chef will expertly prepare it in mouth-watering battered and pan-fried perfection, served with a touch of zesty lemon.


Indulge in a hearty reindeer soup lunch and satisfy your sweet tooth with a delectable traditional Norwegian waffle pastry. Throughout the day, we'll treat you to a selection of local delicacies, ensuring an authentic taste of Norway. Unwind in our inviting hot tub while immersing yourself in the awe-inspiring ocean views. Keep an eye out for fascinating wildlife encounters as orcas, minke whales, dolphins, eagles, and puffins often grace our journey.


This tour is perfect for families and friends, promising a truly unique and unparalleled experience. Delight in the combination of awe-inspiring scenery, wildlife observation, thrilling fishing experiences, authentic local cuisine, and personalized service aboard our luxurious sailing yacht. Come and experience the magic of Norwegian summer in the enchanting Lofoten Islands with us!


NOK 5,200 (Adult)

NOK 4,900 (Child)

Private Charter: 

NOK 62,400


10:00 - 18:00 (10am-6pm)

8 hours

-8 hours of cruising and fishing in the Lofoten islands

-Fishing equipment and instruction

-Hot tub, shower & towel

-Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, water & cookies

-Lunch: Reindeer soup with root vegetables and fresh bread

-Norwegian pastries: Lefsa

-Late Afternoon Food: Your self-caught fish prepared to eat onboard or take with you

-Blankets & pillows for comfort and naps

-English speaking host and guide

-Local Norwegian fisherman guide

-Former Norwegian Navy Sea Captain


We depart Svolvær harbor, the main town of the Lofoten Islands at 10:00 am. Relax on the outer decks as we sail through the open sea fjords. When we find good fishing spots, we’ll bring out the rods and teach you how to cast, jig and reel so you can experience deep sea fishing. Vestfjorden is famous for its cod fishery, which dates back to the early medieval period. On a clear day, it's possible to see the entire Lofoten archipelago known as 'the wall' of mountains sticking straight out from the open sea. Cruise through nature reserves and uninhabited islands with sandy beaches, dolphins, and a range of bird species such as puffins, cormorants, white-tailed eagles, eider ducks, grey geese, siland, common gulls and Arctic terns. Enjoy a reindeer soup with roote vegetables and fresh bread for lunch, and a Norwegian pastry called lefsa for an afternoon snack. If you catch a fish, settle in the interior saloon or exterior top deck for your fresh caught fish experience in the late afternoon of battered filet panfried with lemon. You will also be cruising through protected islets and islands with steep sided mountains, waterfalls, snow capped mountains and historical sites. Each group will have their own time to relax in the outdoor hot tub and enjoy the blissful Norweigan landscapes. Are you ready to explore the best of the Lofoten fjords and fishing?



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Frequently asked questions about this tour

Is there a minimum number of participants for the tour?

Yes, we have a minimum of 6 guests for our tour. We always strive to do a Lofoten Fjord Cruise and Fishing Trip tour once a week within the season, but if there are too few people booked, we will reschedule your tour to another day or provide you with a full refund.

We cancel because it is both financially and ecologically unsustainable to do a cruise with groups any smaller. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility.

What happens if it is raining all day?

Our tour will continue rain or shine. If the weather conditions are unsafe (high winds or storms), we will cancel the tour and either reschedule or provide a full refund.

Sailing Yacht Stella Oceana, our ship, has warm indoor spaces so you can opt to stay warm and dry. On rainy days, the clouds hang low in along the coastline creating an otherworldly experience.

What is available for food?

A reindeer soup with root vegetables and fresh bread will be served for lunch, a Norwegian pastry called Lefsa will be served for an afternoon snack, and the fish you catch will be served battered and pan-fried with lemon toward the end of the cruise. All food is sourced locally.  This means some items are only available seasonally and everything is of high quality and optimal freshness.  The food is prepared onboard so we are able to accommodate most dietary restrictions if notified in advance.

What wildlife/animals will I see?

You never know what you might encounter in the sea, but some common wild animals that we see are dolphins, porpoises, orca, minke whales, seals, white-tailed eagles, puffins, and migrating birds from all over the world. The most common fish you might catch are cod, halibut, mackerel, pollock, haddock and red fish.

Will I get seasick and what if I need medical attention?

We can't guarantee that you won't get seasick, but most people don't experience this discomfort because the boat is so stable.  However, in the small chance that you do get seasick, the crew has a lot of experience and can help you so you can enjoy your trip.  Northern Norway tends to seem remote and isolated, however, we will always be sailing along the coast where help is never far away.  There are local rescue ships and the Norwegian Coast Guard is always operating throughout the entire coast.

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