Exploring the Arctic Norway
Exploring the Arctic Norway can be a all year around exercise. Our yachts can anytime take you to interesting places; you can get a feel for bird and mammal life. There are seasonal possibilities like grouse hunting, fly fishing for trout, inland fishing, ice-climbing, mountain climbing, Northern Light hundting or just a relaxing time at sea.
Sail tours from Tromsø centre
Wild Grouse hunting in secret hide-aways
Sail from Tromsø to the islands – to the grouse breeding area
Anchor in one of the many sheltered hideaway bays
Go hunting during daytime – enjoy evening and night in a comfortable sailing yacht
The areas are sparsely populated and not under human pressure which makes it perfect for hunting.
You will find white grouse (mountain grouse) as well as willow grouse. Grouse are normally seen as “mountain birds” but in this rough nature you will find their nesting place on the shoreline.
In Norway you will need a hunting license and a permission to carry a shotgun and you have to pay a small hunting fee to the authorities.
Season start 10 September
Suitable for seriously hunters enjoying life close to nature…….
Please contact Boreal Yachting to agree details and practicalities.
Suitable for groups from 2 to 8 persons
Fly-fishing for Sea Trout or inland fishing
Sail from Tromsø to the fjords or the islands in Troms and Finnmark – to word famous areas for sea trout, arctic charr or inland trout fishing. Bring your fly fishing rod and enjoy life while your skipper take you to excellent fishing locations. You may wish to go ashore and explore unrevealed rivers or islands to seek the ultimate experience. Enjoy life onboard the yacht while moving to the next location….
In Norway you need license for inland fishing, but fishing for sea trout in the fjords needs no license.
The perfect season for sea trout fishing is between March and August. Suitable for experienced sports fishers, and groups from 4 to 8 persons. The best time for inland fishing is between June and September.
See our customer page for fishing trips and tips.