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Ferry travel in the summer from Sandvika to islands in the Oslo Fjord with M/S Rigmor and M/S Rigfar, two of the oldest wooden boats on the fjord. The ferries stop in the following places: Boroya, Bronnoya N, Bronnoya S, Bronnoya o, Ostoya, Langara...more
2 hour cruise to see the fjords. Very scenic journey in a beautiful yaucht. Perhaps the taped narration was a bit dull but the voyage itself was lovely. Snacks and drinks onboard at not extortionate prices
Nice trip, teen boys were happy, time passed quickly.
No reservations, arrive early so you don’t miss the cut.
1200 mini cruise covers more ground than the other ferry route 90 min trips.
All in Norwegian, you may miss the invitation to go up and...More
I watch "Rigmor" passing every day in the summer season and can't live without it.My guests arrive with her and are amazed about the charme. What would summer be without ? For tourists and others who might not know the western part Oslofjorden should not...More
Take a 90 minute boat tour of the fjord with great English narration. Great views of the coastlines, lighthouses, and other buildings. Bring a jacket as it gets chilly especially if the weather isn't really warm. The boat has blankets, food, and drinks.
We took a mini cruise on Rigmor on a sunny day mid July. It was a nice experience and a good combination of both a short tour and knowing the history of the area.
The tours takes about 1.5 hour. Information was given in Norwegian...More
Great pair of local little ferries that visit many of the small islands that dot the fjord out from Sandvika. Reliable and well timetabled service means that you can confidently get off the ferry and spend a few hours on one of the isolated islands...More
Just on the river by Sandvika townhall you find the two small ferries Rigmor & Rigfar. The route is between the small island outside Sandvika. You can stop on some of the small island or take a cruise.
The small ferries also do some small...More