electric ferry on a sightseeing cruise in the Oslofjord

Oslofjord Sightseeing Cruise

A 2-hour silent cruise on the Oslofjord

This is a classic Oslofjord sightseeing tour with an electric twist. Navigate through bays and islands stretching around the city while enjoying the beautiful scenery from the comfort of the electric boat.

Join this sightseeing tour and see the Norwegian capital from a different perspective. This sightseeing cruise travels through inlets and past bays and islands offering ample photo opportunities. The tour also passes a number of landmarks including the Dyna Lighthouse and the Oslo Opera House, which is home to the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet ensemble.

The all-electric boat is designed to provide a great sightseeing experience, with large panoramic windows and outdoor decks. You can buy food, snacks and drinks in the cafe on board.

The boat makes one stop on the route at Bygdøy peninsula, on the western side of Oslo. There are many beaches and museums here, including the Maritime Museum with veteran sailing ships moored outside and the Fram Museum, where you can see the Fram Museum polar ship. If you get off the ship, you have to get back to Oslo on your own.


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