Make use of the ocean that’s hitting our doorstep. Rent a fully equipped boat and take a day fishing, visit nearby islands, go sightseeing, and enjoy the sun.
Day based pricing : Boat Rental
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The boat is delivered with two full tanks of fuel (95 octane). Customer must refuel the boat before returning it. Any damages, if not covered by insurance, must be paid out-of-pocket. The operator must be licensed to operate 19ft vessels in his or her home jurisdiction in accordance with Norwegian law.
Included with rental.
Six poles are available for rent. Additional charge applies.
Six life vests are available for rent. Additional charge applies.
Six survival suits are available for rent at additional charge.
Sagfjorden; the natural beauty of the Northern-Norwegian fjords
Sagfjorden is also an arm of Astafjorden, which is the source of several other arms in the region, including Lavangsfjorden (Lavangen municipality) and Gratangsfjorden (Gratangen municipality). Astafjorden, which more accurately is a strait, is 30 km (19 mi) long and flows from the Sagfjorden in the east to Vågsfjorden in the west, which ultimately leads out into the open ocean.
Sagfjorden is a 18 km (11 mi) long fjord, flowing to the northeast. The fjord was originally named Salangen, which is today the name of the municipality that Garsnes is located in. Salangen consists of words from old norse. Specifically, “Sal” translates to Seal, and “Angen” translates to Fjord; thereby the Seal Fjord.