Norway Yacht Charter

Your Guide to Yacht Charter in Norway

Northern Europe is a surprisingly interesting charter destination for luxury yachts. During the high summer months The United Kingdom (England, Scotland and Wales), Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway & Finland) and the Baltic Seas, north of Germany, offer some exquisite and tranquil cruising grounds. Indeed during the summer the Baltic Scandinavia and Russia can receive around 20 hours of daylight to explore with. Not surprisingly perhaps, there has been an increasing demand by charterers, particularly larger superyacht charterers, to explore northern Europe on their yachting vacation.

When it comes to a yacht charter Scandinavia means mighty Norwegian fjords, un-crowded serenity and peaceful historic ports. Norway one of the hotspots for glaciers, which actually tumble down from the mountains to meet the sea. Finland’s famous energetic capital city Helsinki is also on the water and displays an artistically rich artistic cultural center. The magical cruising areas of Sweden reveal a tapestry of glistening lakes neat and vibrant cities, whilst Denmark’s Jutland peninsula is another magical location.

Yachting Destinations Near Norway

In close proximity to Norway are a number of exciting sailing destination.

EUROPEEUROPE
Anyone on a yacht charter holiday in the British Isles or Europe will experience great cultural and scenic variety. There are yacht charter operators ...
ScandinaviaScandinavia
Scandinavian yacht charter territory begins in Finland, on the east, and goes right through Sweden to Norway, in the west. The established yacht ...
BrittanyBrittany
Everyone has either experienced, or heard endless stories about, the beauty of France. Chartering a yacht is a great way to see all the best that ...
LatviaLatvia
Considering a yacht charter vacation in Latvia? Browse yachts and travel information ...
The Channel IslandsThe Channel Islands
The Channel Islands are an archipelago of British Crown Dependencies in the English Channel, off the French coast of Normandy. The main inhabited ...
ScotlandScotland
Scotland yacht charter is at present underrated. While quite popular for many yacht charterers, particularly the experienced sailor, yacht charters ...
IrelandIreland
Ireland is sometimes wrongly overlooked as a great location in Europe to charter a yacht.  It is true that Ireland yacht charter can be for ...
EnglandEngland
A yacht charter in England is a very rewarding affair. On the southern coast of England, the most popular yacht charter area is Solent and the Isle ...

Yachts for Charter in Norway

Luxury Sailing Yachts Available for Charter in Norway

Sailing yacht SUNNY HILL (ex Colombaio Sky, Candace, Alissa M)Sailing yacht SUNNY HILL (ex Colombaio Sky, Candace, Alissa M)Sailing yacht SUNNY HILL (ex Colombaio Sky, Candace, Alissa M)

Explore Luxury Sailing Yachts available for charter in Norway, including SUNNY HILL. SUNNY HILL is a 36.00m (118' 1") well proportioned luxury yacht launched in 1987. Sailing yacht SUNNY HILL, developed by Diana Yacht Designs and De Amstel, Netherlands, sleeps 10-12 guests in five cabins. There are more luxury sailing yachts currently available for charter in Norway. For a full list of these yachts please follow the link below.


Latest Norway Yachting News

Interested in news about Norway? Follow the links below for Luxury Yacht Charter and Superyacht News related to Norway and other locations.

Nobiskrug is building a new 80m superyacht
Keel laid on 80m superyacht project by Nobiskrug
Bespoke German shipbuilder Nobiskrug announced the construction of the new 80m superyacht project. Very little information is available at this stage, however, it is known that this superyacht is scheduled for delivery in 2019.
See the shimmering French Riviera on a Mediterranean charter aboard M/Y Talitha
Classic yacht TALITHA - Master suite
Classic 80m/262ft motor yacht TALITHA (ex.TALITHA G) is available for charter in the Mediterranean's most famous hot spots. This beautiful ship from 1929 was refitted by Devonport and her spacious layout and eclectic interiors make her a favourite charter choice for the summer season.
See Greenland’s Northern Lights: Charter explorer yacht Legend
Rendering of the main salon aboard explorer yacht LEGEND
See a very different world with 77m/2254ft explorer yacht LEGEND, ready for charters to Greenland. This Class I Icebreaker has lavish interiors and state-of-the-art entertainment and equipment for a memorable charter, regardless of whether you charter her for a week-long break or to mark a special occasion.
Watch: Close-up video of Mega Sailing Yacht A in Spain
Sailing yacht A. Photo by @kristian_cph
A new fantastic video of sailing yacht A has been released. She was spotted entering Cartagena port and docking at Navatia Shipyard in Spain.
Why is Superyacht Ann G one of the most impressive on the planet?
You might have seen the stunning photos of superyacht Ann G cruising in the smooth waters of Norway. No doubt, she is a real head-turner. The amount of attention she receives is comparable to the largest superyachts in the world. However, she is “just” 50 metres long. What makes her so unique and admired by...
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