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12 knots offers yacht charter in Norway – destination that attracts more sailors every year. This country occupies the entire northern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. Boat rentals in Norway require the most experiensed sailors as it is not an easy cruise on a yacht somewhere in protected waters. 12 Knots offers yacht charters in Norway to satisfy your dreams and wishes. Book your sailing vacation with us and your trip in Norwegian fjords will become a lifetime memory. Book a Norway bareboat charter from severall ports: Lofoten and Tromso.

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    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    12 m
    3 cabins
    8 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 2 520 ($3 033)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    12.35 m
    3 cabins
    8 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 3 150 ($3 791)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    12.34 m
    3 cabins
    8 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 3 150 ($3 791)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    14.98 m
    4 cabins
    9 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 4 950 ($5 958)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    13.68 m
    3 cabins
    9 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 4 950 ($5 958)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    13.76 m
    4 cabins
    10 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 4 950 ($5 958)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    16.2 m
    4 cabins
    6 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 5 850 ($7 041)
    Tromso (Norway)
    13.96 m
    4 cabins
    8 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 7 000 ($8 425)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    13 m
    2 cabins
    7 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 2 520 ($3 033)
    Bergen/Hjellestad Marina (Norway)
    13.34 m
    4 cabins
    10 berths
    8 days
    04/11 - 11/11/2017
    yacht rental price per week € 4 950 ($5 958)
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      The Kingdom of Norway (Norwegian Kongeriket Norge). This country, occupies the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe. Its name originates from the Old Norse word Nor?rvegr – “way to north." Norway is a great sailing destination, surrounded by three seas: the Barents Sea to the northeast, the Norwegian – to the West and Northen Sea – to the south-west it has a lot to offer to most experienced sailors. Norway has a long and narrow territory with 30% covered by forests, many rivers and lakes. More than half of the country's territory is occupied by mountains.

      Only Norway yacht charter vacation can offer a unique blend of gorgeous scenery, diverse wildlife and spectacular Nothern Lighst watching. Explore drammatic northern nature and spectacular landscapes form the comfort of your yacht or catamaran.

      General description: The kingdom of Norway, one of the largest countries in Europe, spreads its borders along the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the Arctic Ocean. Norway yacht charter is an ideal way to explore magnificent fjords, which are unique geological formations stretching deep into surrounding mountains, indenting its rugged coastline, present the most spectacular features. Norway is also the home of the Nobel Peace Prize.

      Places of interest:

      The capital, Oslo, is a vibrant city centered round a harbor and guarded by the 14-th century castle. The center of Oslo is home to the Royal Palace, Viking Ship Museum, a lot of parks and galleries, as well as other public institutions. Rent a boat in Norway and discover the area close to Oslo, that is well built-up, with bustling harbors, guarded by fortresses as early as 1643. But further south the scenery is like post cards depicting dramatic towns and serene villages with quaint clapboard houses and boats galore.

      Bareboat charter in Oslofjorden area will bring you to the oldest settlements dated back to Stone and Bronze Ages. Hanko is one of the islands in this area. Its harbor town has the oldest naval museum in the world, established in 1853. Although it sits on a bare rock, facing the fjord, its sheltered eastern side is well forested, providing a much-favored harbor and anchorage. The Norwegian Yachting Association was founded here in 1882. Since then the island has been a venue for national regattas, sailing races and world championship events. Norway yacht charter in July will give you a chance to see most popular Hanko Regatta that collects over 200 boats.

      Southern Norway bareboat charter

      The southern coast (Oslo and Bergen), lined with silver-sand beaches set against a backdrop of high mountain plateau, and white-painted houses in fish-farming villages, is known as the sunny side of Norway and summer paradise for holiday-makers. Renting a boat here you will find numerous harbors with all necessary amenities.

      Western Norway yacht charter

      The long lacy western coastline borders the North Sea. This part of the country is a true land of fjords, waterfalls, glaciers and secluded beaches. Bergen is the second biggest town in Norway and offers number of yachts for charter. Back in 10170 Bergen was the largest town in the country and the capital of a region that included Iceland, Greenland and parts of Scotland. Even after Oslo became capital of Norway in 1299, Bergen continued to grow as a trading center, especially for the exports of dried fish. Now it is a true center of shipping. Bergen is a World Heritage City and the official residence of the king of Norway.

      Northern Norway

      Northern Norway (Tromso and Lofoten) has been called as "the land of excitement" or "the land of the high flames". These expressions capture the essence of it - the shimmering Northern Lights of winter and the midnight sun that shines day and night in summer. With bareboat charter, you will be able to explore its unspoiled coast that consists of a multitude of islands, fjords, snow-clad peaks and glaciers. The northernmost point in Norway, Nordkapp (the North Cape), is a place of pilgrimage for all-time traveler. Sheer 1,014-ft (309-m) high perpendicular cliffs form this most amazing landmark as Europe's most northerly point.

      Rent a boat in Eastern Norway

      The route between Tonsberg and Tjome, known as World's End, is only 19 miles (30 km) but plenty of time needed to explore this stunning archipelago. There are impressive coves, narrow sounds, old skipper's houses and boathouses, also a string of inviting holiday resorts. Bridges connecting the larger islands and the sea is never far away for a refreshing swim. Mountains, valleys and lakes dominate this incredible landscape. It has a special appeal for rock climbers and hikers: from the easy alpine pastures in Alvdal to demanding peaks in the national parks.

      Festivities. There are four defined seasons in Norway and "every season has its charm". And Norway finds its enjoyment in each of them by creating a number of festivals: snow and ice sculpture tournament, ski- kite event, white-water canoe racing, dog-sledding, boat festivals - fairs and games all the way along the coast.

      Although sometimes wind or cold, rain or snow, can bring those pleasures indoors (Jazz, folklore and dance festivals, film premieres and art exhibitions), but nothing can spoil high spirit, because festivals are important part of the nation's cultural life.

      Cuisine

      While on the yacht charter in Norway do not miss its vibrant cuisine rich in fresh seafood (smoked, pickled or dried fish including whale meat and seal) and wild game (reindeer, elk, pheasant, etc.). Although over the years the local restaurants have become incredibly diverse, including exotic international meals in the menu, Norwegian specialties, such as lamb and cabbage stew or reindeer medallions or marinade of rabbit, cannot be missed. Other traditional favorites include cured smoked sausage and pheasant breast served with mushroom sauce. One should not forget Norwegian most famous cheeses, best served on Ryvita crisps. And for desert try fruits and especially berries (gooseberries or black- and red currants).

      Climate in Norway

      Much of the country is habitable due to the warming effects of the Gulf Stream. It comfortably creates mild winters and cool summers on the west coast. The south and west of the country have the highest average temperature 72F (22C) in Oslo in July. Norway is a vast country with wide variations in its geographical and climate conditions. Both at sea and in the mountains the wind and weather can change rapidly, thus it is advisable to consult local people with knowledge of the sea before setting forth into unknown waters.

      Magnificent scenery combined with the wide range of outdoor activities (whale and seal safaris; cave walking; dog-sledging, mountain climbing, etc.) - that what makes Norway so appealing to adventurous travelers. Norway has enormously long coastline interspersed with fjords and islands, making boating a pure haven. And the most rewarding way to explore the remote and enticing parts of this unique country is definitely by sailing. The western coastline provides the most convenient and safe mooring for the boats. Although anchorage is free-of-charge in Norway, there are certain (and sometimes complicated) specifics about mooring and berths. That's why it is better to let experts deal with it. No matter how well-organized your sailing event looks like, it is always wise and safe to consult and present your vacation dream to professionals and let "12 Knots" do what they are good at.

       

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