Availability 1. APR – 31. OCT
Duration 4-5 H
Participants no. max 4 / 8
Price for boat 11 495 / 13 495 NOK

Small groups – Big Experiences

Norway is known for having a rich coastal culture. The many small villages by the fjords hold stories from a rough life that people had in the past, when living in these exposed areas. The sea was the most important recource and it was important to live close to it.

About the trips

The trip starts at Lauklines, an old trading post and fish factory, which nowadays functions as a small-scale holiday resort. The boat ride goes through the scenic Kattfjord, and during the ride you will hear stories from the villages that we pass. We will land on the peaceful island Tussøya, which has been inhabited since the Iron Age and was previously very important for trade in the area.

We will visit two small and unique museums and walk by the sandy beaches. A warm lunch is included as well as coffee and tea together with a traditional dessert from the area.

The unwritten stories

“It is the unwritten story, the stories that are not written in the history books, that we want to tell you and bring back to life”.

Preserving cultures

Part of our mission for this trip is to preserve and bring life to local stories and myths. We have gathered the stories directly from people who have lived a long life here in the fjord, and together with the local theater team Sadio Nor, we brought the stories to life!

Preparing for
the experience

The trip starts 10:00 AM at Lauklines (see location on map). Pick up from Tromsø is also possible.

Contact us if you prefer a different starting time or if the desired date is not available in our booking calendar.

  • Clothing

    All clothing is included and we ensure you dress properly for the conditions with suitable flotation suits, boots, hat and gloves.

  • Our boats

    When you make a reservation you can choose between two different boats. Explore the Arctic is a 10,5 m long Kloster Patrol equipped with twin 300 hp yamaha engines. Explore the Arctic Jr is a 7,3 m long Arronet 23,5 cc equipped with a 150 hp yamaha engine. The boats are custom built for sightseeing and fishing trips and designed with a focus on comfort and safety. They have walkaround deck and heated wheelhouse with seating and state of the art electronics.

    Read more about our boats.

  • Safety on board

    We will start the trip with a safety briefing. Our charter boats are built for sightseeing and fishing trips and designed with a focus on comfort and safety. They have walkaround deck and heated wheelhouses with seats and state of the art electronics.
    The boats have unsinkable hull supplemented with flotation elements and are equipped with reliable Yamaha engines. The boats and skippers are certified for carrying passengers. For more information see: 12 pax regulations.

  • What is included

    Skipper, guide, flotation suits, boots, socks, hat, gloves, lunch, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and pictures from the trip.

  • Prices

    Price for the entire boat (maximum 4 / 8 persons) 11 495,- / 13 495,-

    Transfer Tromsø-Lauklines-Tromsø
    2 600 NOK.


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