Lofoten Charter Boat
Lofoten Charter Boat was established in 1990 and
specializes in chartered pleasure tours and fishing trips in Lofoten. In addition to
this, the company runs a school of motoring.
Lofoten Charter Boat runs the MV “Trolltind” which is
stationed in Svolvær, while the school of Motoring is in Kabelvåg.
We wish you welcome to the Lofoten Islands and a trip out to sea. Whether
you prefer sightseeig or fishing, the Lofoten Islands and its fantastic
natural surroundings and abundant fish stocks will provide you with an
unforgettable experience. Why not try a cruise in the famous Trollfjord?
“TROLLTIND” is licensed to carry 38 passengers. For larger parties we
collaborate with another similar vessel. We also offer tours of the
The M/V "Trolltind" has a spacious lounge with large windows, allowing you to
enjoy the majectic scenery even when it is cold or raining!
The crew of the MV “Trolltind” will do their utmost to ensure you have a
pleasant trip. You can borrow fishing tackle on board, and we can cook
your catch and serve it with wafer crispbread and butter.
Thermal suits are also
available for hire on request!
Cruise the Trollfjord
From June 1 to August 24 the MV “Trolltind” runs scheduled trips from the
town square in Svolvær to the Trollfjorden, leaving at 10 a.m. and 1.30 p.m..
The trip costs NOK 700 per person including coffee, tea and a snack.
Children, NOK 350. Contact us for winter rates. The trip to the Trollfjord takes approximately 3 hours
there and back, and is a fantastic scenic experience with the fjord, the mountains and the
bird life. On the way up to the magnificent Trollfjord, we often observe
sea eagles, a marvellous sight!
Discount for groups available on request.
Othewise, the vessel is available for chartered tours all year round.
Fishing tackle available on board.
For booking, ring
Kabelvåg Turbåt AS
Tel 900 97255, 760 78389
Fax 760 78434
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Above: MS Trolltind (Photo: Geir Nøtnes)
Centre: Øyhellsundet. The trip to the Trollfjord takes approx. 3
hours, there and back. On the way we pass by idyllic Øyhelle - a coastal
gem with its well-preserved buildings and Mount Rulten in the
(Photo: Elisabeth Holsæter)