This tour is conducted by Rødne Fjord Cruise. Hunt the magical Northern Lights in the darkness of Polar Night aboard a spacious, comfortable sightseeing catamaran on this three-hour evening cruise from Tromsø.
Join us as we hunt the magical Northern Lights in the darkness of Polar Night. This three-hour cruise aboard our new, spacious and comfortable sightseeing catamaran MS Rygerdronningen takes you on a unique search for the mystic, fascinating Aurora Borealis.
In winter, the sun sets in Tromsø on 27 November and doesn’t rise until 15 January. That creates perfect conditions for seeing the Northern Lights dancing in the sky. You can see the Aurora through the panoramic windows of our warm, cozy cabin and then head out into the crisp Arctic air on our spacious decks for an even clearer view of this amazing phenomenon.
MS Rygerdronningen is a perfect boat for comfortable a Northern Lights safari in the cold, far north. Its twin-hull design makes it stable even in rough seas. It also has a snack bar selling food as well as hot and cold drinks.
While our expert crews will do everything possible to show you the Aurora, it is a natural phenomenon that we can’t guarantee. But if you don’t experience the Northern Lights, we will give you a free ticket to the next available Northern Lights safari on our boat. The guarantee can only be used once.
Included: Three hour guided tour to hunt the magical Northern Lights, on board one of Norway's newest, largest and most comfortable sightseeing boats. Norwegian and English-speaking guide. Free wifi. Food and drinks can be purchased on board.
Please bring: Warm and comfortable clothes for being out in the Polar Night: warm jacket, hat and gloves/mittens. Camera.
Departure time and place: Wednesdays – Sundays at 8:00 PM (20:00). Meet up at the latest 7:40 PM (19:40) on the pier at Nerstranda shopping center.
Duration: 3 hours
Level of difficulty: Easy/for all
Number of participants: 1 – 150 guests. Guaranteed departure.
Note: when buying a companion ticket, a companion certificate must be presented on board. This is in accordance with our routines.