The tour will start in Frogner Kilen, and since we will sail relatively close to land the first 30 min, you will be able to see both the popular Aker Brygge, as well as more significant landmarks such as Oslo City Hall, The Opera and the new Munch museum. We will then head out and sail between and around the Islands Hovedøya and Lindøya and continue our journey out the fjord towards Steilene, before ending up in the private and desolate boat club facilities at Ostøya. At this location we will enjoy a Norwegian Bacalao. Its a nice hot sailorstyle-dinner. The time schedule for the journey is approximately 4 hours, depending on the weather conditions. I sail all year around, and I often found the Oslo fjord most beautiful during winter, so if you fancy an extraordinary adventure please join me during autumn, winter or spring. If you like swimming, I will provide towels and a hot drink afterwards. And YES, I also swim all year around in case you were wondering! The sailboat has an Insta account so you can see more pictures : el_dragon.oslo
My name is Truls Borch-Jenssen (48), and I am working as a crane operator (Able-bodied seaman) offshore world wide. I have been a sailor most off my life. When I am home in Oslo I am a volunteer "Best man" on the rescue craft Uni Oslofjord, working with SAR operations in the Oslo fjord. I know the Oslo fjord and surrounding waters very well. My sailboat is 34 foot, and it is my third sailboat. It is a classic and very beautiful boat. I have a wide range of maritime certificates and work experiences, and I have a proven track record of adherence to safety rules and regulations through my life as a professional sailor. I have also many years international experience, and very good references from previous assignments in different capacities. Please come and join me for a safe, adventures and unforgettable sailing experience.
Bacalao , a Norwegian Bacalao Cod Recipe
Norlin 34 sailboat
We will explore the beautiful Oslo fjord and its surroundings. With Ost-øya as a pit stop destination
Sailing in Oslo, Norway