RIB Expedition at 71 Degrees North

Take a thrilling boat ride to the North Cape and see the rugged coastline of Troms and Finnmark County from water level.

  • Experience an exhilarating small boat (RIB) ride along the Arctic coastline
  • See the spectacular scenery and wildlife of Troms and Finnmark county.
  • Visit Skarsvåg, reputed to be the northernmost fishing village in the world.
  • Journey up to the world-famous North Cape, at the top of continental Europe.
  • Direction

    Northbound Direction

  • Season

    Autumn (Sep - Oct), Summer (Jun - Aug)

  • Difficulty level

    Level 4: Hard

  • Duration

    6 hours

  • Min. passengers

    5

  • Max. passengers

    12

  • Booking Code

    HR-HVS6J

  • From

    $ 665

  • Notices

    Entrance to the North Cape and transportant back to the ship is included

In Havøysund, we’ll board an RIB (rigid inflatable boat) and make a speedy trip along the coast. Keep your eyes peeled for seabirds nesting in the high cliffs. Along the way, our guides will talk in depth about the local landscape and culture.

You’re sure to be impressive when the North Cape promontory and plateau come into view. From the water, you’ll be able to grasp the size the North Cape, which stands over 1,000 feet above sea level.

Going ashore in Hornvika, we’ll make our way to Skarsvåg, thought to be the continent’s northernmost fishing village. From there, we’ll take a short hike to Kirkeporten. This distinctive natural arch resembles a church door and beautifully frames the North Cape and the ‘Hornet’ rock formation in the distance.

After a light snack, a bus will take us up to the North Cape. Stand on the precipice of the European continent and soak in the breathtaking views.

Excursion in a small boat (RIB) to the North Cape, Norway Excursion in a small boat (RIB) to the North Cape, Norway

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

  • Disembarking port: Havøysund:
  • Embarking port: Honningsvåg:
  • Available period: June 01 – September 30
  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Transportation: RIB, bus
  • Meals on the trip: Packed lunch, coffee/tea, dried reindeer meat, chocolate, and snacks
  • Clothes/Footwear: Hiking shoes, warm and windproof clothing. Special clothing is provided (survival suits, life vests, goggles, hat and gloves)
  • We recommend bringing a backpack with a water bottle, extra clothing, a camera, and sunglasses.