June 21-24 

Join this voyage to experience the uniqueness of life at sea. Get a taste of southern Norway’s natural marvels Pulpit Rock and Lysefjord. See the cosmopolitan oil capital of Stavanger, and arrive a day early to enjoy the wildlife and amusement parks of Kristiansand.


DEPARTURE Kristiansand

21. 06. 2022 16:00

21. 06. 2022 18:00

ARRIVAL Stavanger 24.06. 2022 09:00
NOT INCLUDET Flights and transfers to and from the ship, Drinks on board (available for local prices). Field trips, Other personal expenses.

This stage takes you from Kristiansand on the southern tip of Norway, and westward along the ‘Norwegian Riviera’ to Stavanger, gateway to the magnificent Lysefjord and home to Pulpit Rock, one of the world’s truly breath-taking viewpoints.
Arrive a day early to explore Norway’s southernmost city of Kristiansand, with its beautiful beaches, charming whitewashed old town, and famed wildlife and amusement parks.
After departure, you can settle into the unique rhythm of life at sea with your co-sailor colleagues, before getting the unforgettable experience of tall ships in full sail competing in a short regatta.

If you arrive a day earlier or leave the ship in Stavanger you can:
Visit Kristiansand


We will take a stop in Lysefjorden, and you can hike up to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock).
Preikestolen (The Pulpit Rock) towers 604 metres above Lysefjord, this is one of Norway’s most famous mountain hikes.

The hike to Preikestolen is a total of eight kilometres and the round trip takes four hours. The hike has an elevation gain of about 500 metres, and some sections are steep. This trip costs NOK 200 per person. This trip must be booked online.

Flørli stairs

You can also choose to climb the Flørli stairway. The stairway have 4.444 steps and is one of the longest wooden stairways in the world. We have 20 seats for this trip.
At the top you will get a great view out of the Lysefjord and Preikestolen.

We have 20 seats avaialble for this trip.

This trip costs NOK 200 per person. This trip must be booked online.

The final leg of the voyage takes us to Stavanger, considered Europe’s oil and energy capital. You’ll have a day to explore Norway’s fourth largest city, with its beautiful fjords, mountains, and long, white beaches, not to mention the country’s best surfing conditions, along the beaches at Jæren.


Kristiansand Airport Kjevik is located 10 kilometers from Kristiansand city centre. You can arrive at Kjevik Airport by plane from major Norway cities. SAS, Widerøe and Norwegian have arrivals from Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim.

There are direct international arrivals from Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London and Gdansk. You will find four car rental firms based at Kristiansand Airport Kjevik.

Between Kristiansand and Kjevik the airport bus service consists of the regular bus service on line 35. The bus stop is just outside of the terminal. You will also find bussed to Lillesand, Grimstad, Arendal. Two taxi companies operates at Kristiansand airport, Kjevik. See more information about bus and taxi to and from Kristiansand Kjevik Airport.

For more information see https://www.visitnorway.com/places-to-go/southern-norway/getting-here/

Ship location in Kristiansand


There are regular train departures to Stavanger from Oslo via Kristiansand, and the journey takes about eight hours.

The local train between Stavanger and Egersund departs at least once every hour, providing easy access to the Jæren area.

Stavanger has Norway’s second largest airport when it comes to international air traffic. To/from Stavanger International Airport Sola, there are direct flights from more than 60 destinations in Norway and abroad.

An airport shuttle bus links the airport and the city centre of Stavanger. It departs every 20 minutes, and travel time is approximately 30 minutes.

Ship location in Stavanger