Elektriske opplevelser i Tromsø, Oslo og Lofoten

Brim betyr brytende bølge på norrønt. Som en brytende bølge skaper endring ønsker vi å endre måten vi opplever havet på. Ombord Brim og Bard får våre gjester et innblikk i livet både over og under havoverflaten, uten forstyrrelser og forurensning. Vi har god plass ombord, og gode rutiner med renhold og hygiene, med håndsprit tilgjengelig.
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Wave breaking fjord cruises in Norway

Our hybrid-electric boats produce minimal pollution and noise. This creates a unique atmosphere on board for our guests and minimises the disturbance to marine life in the fjords of Norway, bringing our guests closer to nature.

Brim Explorer offers fjord tours and cruises in some of the most famous Norwegian fjords. You can find our boat trips in Oslo all the way in the south, as well as in the Arctic cities of Tromsø, Lofoten and Svalbard at different times of the year. Our fjord cruises range from arctic nature & wildlife-related tours to cultural, lifestyle and dining experiences. Have a look below at the different boat tours that we offer.

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5 om Brim og Bard

  • Stillegående hybrid-elektrisk fremdrift
  • Panoramavinduer i salongene på begge dekk
  • Norsk design i resirkulert aluminium
  • 800 kwh batterikapasitet tilsvarer 10x Tesla Model S
  • God plass for en trygg opplevelse på havet
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We provide ocean excursions without noise or pollution on board silent hybrid-electric ships because the epic, rugged and awe-inspiring Arctic coast deserves to be experienced from a silent, clean and comfortable ship.


Our safety measures for Covid-19

In light of the covid-19 pandemic, Brim Explorer has taken measures to increase safety on board for guests and employees. All our tours are currently being carried out in compliance with local and national advice and regulations in Norway for the tourism, transport as well as the hospitality industry. Amongst these measures are reduced capacity to allow for more space and physical distancing on board, as well as increased cleaning routines, limiting congregation at so called ‘hotspots’ and frequently touched areas and providing antibacterial upon entry and during our tours.