1. Brim Explorer
  2. Oslo boat tours
  3. Oslo - Silent Oslo Fjord Cruise
  • Electric Oslo Fjord Cruise

  • Jump off at Bygdøy (museum island) for free!

  • In person guided about the city, nature, culture and history


Tales of the historic Oslo fjord both over and under water

As we depart Aker Brygge we sail past Akerhus fortress as well as the birthplace of Oslo which trace back over 1000 years.

From here it is a short journey to the idyllic green islands dotted in the fjord, home to mysteries and stories and charming Norwegian cottages & boathouses along the shore of Nesodden. During the tour you will learn more about the ocean is essential for us humans, and why we must take good care of it. Once we are further from the city we will launch our underwater drone to discover the world below the surface of the Oslo fjord


Cultural stop at Bygdøy

On the return we pass by Dyna Fyr and take a close look at the most iconic buildings in Oslo; the Opera house, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Court House, National Museum & Munch Museum. Before we return to Aker Brygge we will pass by Bygdøy Island where you get the opportunity to disembark and continue your exploration at one of the many great museums.

Throughout the tour our guides will share interesting stories of the nature and wildlife that lives in and around the city of Oslo. In our onboard cafe, you can purchase drinks and freshly baked goods.

Kart over bygdoy

Jump off at Bygdøy during the winter holiday!

Between 18 - 26 February, we will give you the opportunity at the end of the tour to jump off at Bygdøy. This small peninsula is home to an abundance in history, Oslo's most famous beach as well as several of the most popular museums in Oslo. Once you jump off, you can visit FRAM Museum (with the famous ship from Almundsen), Kontiki (and the raft!), the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History (with a traditional stave church) or event the Norwegian Maritime Museum where you can learn about all of Norway's Maritime history and experience.

Tour Info

  • Time & Duration

    Until April
    09:30 & 13:00. (2.5 hours)
    From May
    10:00 - 12:30 (2.5 hours) & 13:30 - 15:30 (2 hours)

  • Meeting point

    The pier next to LingLing restaurant on Aker Brygge (Stranden 30)
    Meet 15 minutes before departure

  • Group size (min-max)

    8 - 120

  • Season

    Until April
    Monday - Friday at 13:00
    Saturday & Sunday at 09:30

    May 2023 onwards
    Daily at 10:00
    Daily at 13:30

  • Important things to note

    The Oslo fjord might not be similar to
    pictures you see on Google.

  • Cancellation policy

    More than 48 hours in advance – 100% refund.
    Less than 48 hours in advance - No refund

  • Electric use

    Fully Electric

  • Dogs & Cats on board

    Dogs & cats are welcome on board as long as they are on a leash and you mind the other guests.

Inclusions & Facilities

  • Cruise on the Oslo Fjord

  • English and Norwegian speaking guides

  • Bygdøy stop

    Between 18 - 26 February we will dock at Bygdøy at 11:30 (departure 11:45) so that you can visit the museums in Bygdøy.

    Between 20 - 24 February we will dock at Bygdøy at 15:00 (departure 15:15) so that you can visit the museums in Bygdøy or jump back on board to come back to Aker Brygge.

    The museums on Bygdøy include FRAM, Kon-tiki, Maritime & Folkemuseum.

  • Cafe on board

    There are drinks & light snacks available for purchase

  • Free tap water

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Should you need any assistance?

    Email us at info@brimexplorer.com if you require assistance with reduced mobility and impaired vision/hearing.

  • Toilets

  • Warm indoor saloons


  • Adult (17+)

    Kr. 590

  • Student

    Kr. 490

  • Youth (12-16)

    Kr. 490

  • Children (3-11)

    Kr. 390

  • Infant (0-2)