Cruising the fjords 

With unbeatable scenery, authentic experiences, and plenty of outdoor pursuits, Norway is the perfect superyacht destination.

The glaciers, mountains, and waterfalls are all about raw, sublime power. On the other hand, natural wonders such as the northern lights, the midnight sun, the fjords, and quiet national parks highlight Norway’s serene qualities, and for those who come from warm and sunny places, the changing weather in Norway is an attraction in itself. 

Superyacht Norway guides you to activities at sea and ashore and at all levels. Should you be seeking rustic local restaurants or Michelin standard cuisine; we know where you will enjoy the best experience and organise this for you. 



Ship agent Alex B. Grieg


Fjord Guiding





Norwegian fjords are symbols of the beauty of traditional Norway. Places where time moves in its own pace. Enjoy the calm seas as the narrow inlets, surrounded by steep cliffs and snow-capped mountains pass by – offering some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world.

The Geirangerfjord is often said to be the most dazzling of the fjords. Visitors are taken in by almost vertical mountainsides embellished with numerous waterfalls and topped by snow-capped mountain peaks that look like gigantic ice cream cones all year round. Three waterfalls are particularly well known: The Seven Sisters, The Suitor and The Bridal Vei

Expose yourself to the nature

In Norway, one can find a diverse selection of dining options. In rustic local restaurants and Michelin-standard cuisine, chefs use the freshest locally sourced ingredients to create delicious and innovative dishes. Focusing on sustainability they provide an opportunity to learn about the marine environment while enjoying an exquisite meal.

Located at the southernmost point of the Norwegian coastline, where the ocean storms from the north and south meet – you’ll find Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant “UNDER”. Half-sunken into the sea, this masterpiece of Scandinavian architecture represents the Norwegians eager to eat, live and breathe in harmony with nature

A TRUE masterpiece

Norway is a land of natural splendor, offering unforgettable experiences for visitors. One must-see destination is Pulpit Rock, a towering cliff that rises 604 meters above the fjord, providing panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.

Norway also offers the iconic Northern Lights, visible in the northern regions during winter months, which can also be observed at the Arctic islands of Svalbard.

Overall, Norway’s natural beauty is a true marvel to behold, offering visitors a chance to explore a diverse range of landscapes and activities in one of the most unspoiled and picturesque countries in the world.

Quaint villages in breathtaking surroundings

The authentic villages of Norway are a true inspiration to those who visit them. From the picturesque streets of Bergen to the charming cottages nestled in the countryside, these villages exude a sense of warmth, simplicity, and serenity.

From the rolling hills to the sparkling lakes and rivers, nature in Norway is truly breathtaking. Visitors can hike, bike or horseback ride through the countryside, taking in the serene landscapes and getting a sense of the simple and peaceful way of life.

The villages of Norway serve as a reminder of the importance of preserving tradition and cherishing the simple things in life. They inspire us to slow down, appreciate the beauty of the world around us, and cherish our connections with others.