Free boat sightseeing!

If you are a tourist/visitor in Oslo or Nesodden and want a little boat trip, just contact me and ask! I can take you and your friends for a nice trip between the small islands in the Oslo fjord, we can even stop and visit some of them!

The only thing I ask you too, is to share the pay for the fuel. If you are 3-4 friends and we use two-three hours, NOK 100 each is enough, I’m not doing this to earn money, just for fun and maybe give your visit a nice little extra touch! And, hopefully, meet new and interesting people!

The only limits is that it can be done when you ask for it! If I’m on work I can’t go, if I’m sick I can’t go, and if there is too much wind or ice on the fjord: No trip!

Enough places to sit

Also, especially from mid november until late march, the boat will not be available often because of weather, ice and wind.

And keep in mind that this is not a professional sightseeing boat, but a private boat with basic standards. I can take up to 10 persons on board, but I will not recommended more than 4-5.

It’s a cabin where you can go inside and relax if you want to, but you will get most out of the trip if you stay outside with me. There are several places to sit. There even is a small toilet in case of emergency… 🙂 The boat will be heated during autumn/wintertime. In the summer I will travel with an open boat, but if the weather is bad I’ll put on a canvas (as you see in the picture). There will be a lot of very nice photo opportunities!

The boat is from 1981, very well taken care of, and safe! The model is Tresfjord 29 – from a norwegian manufacturer. It’s 29 feet long (about 8,9 meters).  The boat don’t go very fast – about 17 knots max – but I usually travel in the most economic speed of about 7-8 knots. A basic trip around the nearest islands in the fjord will take about 1,5 to 2 hours. If you want to go a little bit further, expect 3-4 hours! I can pick you up in central Oslo/Aker Brygge Marina.

View from the back

I have seven life jackets on board at the time being. Using a life jacket is mandatory! I also have VHF marine radio for safety.

Please also check this site for information about more free tours!

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