Our 2019 holidays sailing in Norway can take you across the Arctic Circle to the land of the Midnight Sun and Lofoten, they explore deep fjords and off lying islands that can only be reached by boat and remote anchorages where you can catch a fish for dinner. Sailing as one of the crew you will be part of the team that makes it all happen.
When Trinovante first sailed to Norway we felt we had stumbled upon a magical wonderland right on our doorstep. Making landfall just south of Bergen there were only 2 weeks to explore the Bjørnafjorden and Hardanger fjord before heading back out to sea but that brief glimpse was enough to start a love affair and 10 years of our schooner Trinovante sailing in Norway.
People sometimes say “but didn’t you already ‘do’ sailing in Norway”? To which the answer is no – it is not possible to ‘do’ sailing in Norway, you could sail there for a lifetime and never get bored. The coastline is a vast, varied sailing area both wild and civilised. The people along the coast love traditional ships and the best way to explore it is by a boat. Our schooner Trinovante is the perfect size for the job being able to access small harbours and anchorages where larger ships can’t go.
For 2019 we have several sailing holidays in Norway and a couple of offshore passages sailing from the UK to Norway and from Norway to Shetland and Orkney.