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3 girlfriends on board Future of The Fjords in winter taking happy selfie as they sail through the Aurland fjord
Future of The Fjords is seen in distance as sailing on cloudy and calm on the famous UNESCO Naeroyfjord in autumn
Panorama view of woman standing in the front and middle of Future of The Fjords sailing through Naeroyfjord in summer
Panorama view of Naeroyfjord on top deck of Future of The Fjords as group of tourists are enjoying the dramatic scenery
4 people standing on deck in winter through Naeroyfjord
People standing outside by winding rails on board Future of The Fjords in UNESCO listed Nærøyfjord in summer
3 people in hiking the old post route by the shoreline in Naeroyfjord passing lush green fields woods and steep mountains
A happy mid 30's couple on bikes climbing up the gravel road in Dyrdal between old buildings and violet flowering trees
Steep mountains in Naeroyfjord mirror themselves on a summer day as Vision of The Fjords are sailing in the distance
3 girlfriends takes pictures of scenery in Naeroyfjord through the big panorama windows on board Future of The Fjords
Couple in mid-20's enjoying the view from panorama windows on board Vision of The Fjords as sailing the Naeroyfjord
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Fjord Cruise Nærøyfjord

We can assure you it is no coincidence that Nærøyfjord is featured on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. A fjord cruise through this narrow and beautiful fjord will give you the memory of a lifetime!
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Future of The Fjords is seen in distance as sailing on cloudy and calm on the famous UNESCO Naeroyfjord in autumn

First class cruise on the Nærøyfjord

Our modern vessels are designed to maximize the sightseeing experience. They are fully electrical with no noise or emissions disrupting the atmosphere of peace and tranquillity. Here you will get the feeling of gliding through the fjord, very different from what you experience on the more traditional passenger vessels.

Tall panoramic windows give a full view to the marvellous landscape of the calm fjord, tall mountains, and beautiful waterfalls when sitting inside the lounges.

The walkways outside are inspired by the winding trails going up the steep mountains next to the fjord. There is at least 1 meter railing for all passengers, giving you plenty of space to enjoy the view. The full universal layout means everyone can get around the ship inside and outside as they wish.

From the kiosk on board, you can purchase light meals, snacks and hot and cold beverages.

Modern electrical vessel on the Nærøyfjord, passengers standing on deck. Blue sky and calm fjord.

A sustainable choice

Future of The Fjords is fully electrical, meaning it minimizes its environmental impact on the UNESCO listed fjord. Being powered by batteries also mean there is no noise pollution, to the benefit for passengers and wildlife alike. It takes approx. 20 minutes to charge the batteries at the quays in Gudvangen and Flåm, and the dock in Gudvangen doubles as charging station and storage of grey and brown water from the boat.

Future of The Fjords passing the steep and pointy landmark 'Beitelen' in Naeroyfjord in mystical fog autumn

The UNESCO listed fjord landscape

West Norwegian Fjords - Nærøyfjord and Geirangerfjord have been enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2005. According to UNESCO, the two fjords are considered as archetypical fjord landscapes which have more or less been untouched in modern times and among the most scenically outstanding anywhere.

The fjord has mostly stayed untouched in modern times and no road connections means the only way to properly explore it is by boat. From the fjord cruise you will have first class views to the spectacular landscape with old farms and idyllic fjord villages which has stayed the same for centuries.

2 young couples front deck of Vision of The Fjords sailing through Naeroyfjord snowy mountains is mirrored in sea

Sailing through Nærøyfjord

You can begin your fjord cruise from either Flåm or Gudvangen. If you travel from Flåm, the vessel will begin its journey sailing through the idyllic Aurlandsfjord, before the boat continues through the narrow Nærøyfjord before arriving Gudvangen at the inner end. The trip takes around two hours one way. When starting in Gudvangen, you go the opposite direction. To get back to your starting point, we recommend booking tickets for the corresponding shuttle bus.

Woman in winter clothing with hot drink sitting in window post onboard Vision of The Fjords enjoying the UNESCO fjord landscape


Fjord Cruise Nærøyfjord 2022-2023.pdf

Fjord Cruise Nærøyfjord 2023-2024.pdf

Dep/Arr.: Flåm, Aurland*, Undredal*, Dyrdal*, Styvi* & Gudvangen.

Please note! *Middle stops can only be pre-booked prior to departure times from Flåm or Gudvangen, tickets booked after these departure times will not be refunded.

Fun facts

  • Viking graves on 'Holmo' outside the Bakka strait
  • In the Viking Age, the population was more than 600 people. Today it is less than 100.
  • “Gudvangen” – Place of the Gods
  • Powerful avalanches have the capacity to blow away windows and doors on Bakka

On board

To optimise your fjord experience,
– download the Voice of Norway app. Available on Nærøyfjord

Food & beverages

  • The  onboard café serves hot and cold drinks
  • Variety of pastries and sandwiches

Shuttle Bus

Book your shuttle bus return ticket from either Flåm or Gudvangen

*Please note that The Fjords DA reserves the right to alternate vessels in its fleet due to weather conditions, capacity and maintenance. Note that changes can occur at short notice. Other vessels might not have the same level of accessibility for wheelchair users and other people with accessibility aids. Information about our operating vessels can be obtained by contacting our call centre: (+47) 57 63 14 00

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