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Boat rental in Oslo

n Oslo, Norway, the city sits by the shiny blue waters of Oslofjord. This place is full of color and energy. The fjord goes far inland, more than 37 miles, from the Skagerrak strait. It gives a great view with clear water, green islands, and a tough coastline. One really cool thing is the Bygdøy Peninsula. It has lots of museums and parks. These show what Norway used to be like. If you like boats, you're in for a treat. You can rent a boat and go explore. There are islands called Hovedøya and Gressholmen nearby. People like to boat there and have picnics. And if you want to take a short trip, you can visit Drøbak. It's a nice town by the coast. And there's Oscarsborg Fortress, a very old place with lots of history. If you love boats and want to see beautiful nature, learn about the past, and enjoy the culture, Oslo is a place you should definitely check out.



How Much does it cost?

If you’re considering renting a boat in Oslo, the price will differ depending on the time of year, the number of passengers on board, and the size and type of boat you choose. Of course, additional amenities or services could also affect the price, such as having a skipper on board. Below are the average prices of a private charter in Oslo by boat type.

Sailboat: Set sail in style for just $482 per day.

Motorboat: Enjoy a smooth ride on the waves for $3,370 per day.

RIB: Zoom along the coast on a RIB for only $2,120 per day.

Yacht: Sail like a VIP on a yacht for $4561 per day or $31,927 per week.

What does this include?

When you rent a yacht with Click&Boat, you can expect a fully equipped vessel that comes with all the necessary safety gear, navigation equipment, and amenities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable sailing experience. Our boats are well-maintained and regularly serviced to ensure the highest standards of safety and reliability.

Best ports and docs to keep your boat

Aker Brygge: This popular marina in the heart of Oslo has over 300 berths for boats up to 98 feet in length. The marina offers water, electricity, and gas, as well as Wi-Fi and rental equipment such as bicycles and kayaks. There are also numerous restaurants and shops in the area.

Vippetangen: This marina is located on the eastern side of the Oslofjord, close to the city center. It has around 120 berths for boats up to 196 feet in length, and offers water, electricity, and Wi-Fi. There is also a restaurant on site.

Havnelageret: This marina is located in the Bjørvika area, near the Oslo Opera House. It has 70 berths for boats up to 82 feet in length, and offers water, electricity, and Wi-Fi. There is also a restaurant on site.

Nesoddtangen brygge: This marina is located on the Nesodden peninsula, south of Oslo. It has around 70 berths for boats up to 49 feet in length, and offers water, electricity, and Wi-Fi. There is also a restaurant on site, as well as rental equipment such as kayaks and bicycles.

Where to sail in Oslo

  • Hovedøya Island: Sail to this nice island with calm water, good for a peaceful time.
  • Gressholmen Island: Check out this quiet island. It has clear water and is perfect for getting away.
  • Langøyene Islands: These islands have sandy beaches and clear blue water. It's a great place for a relaxing day.
  • Nakholmen Island: This hidden place is nice for sailing. You can see the fjord and enjoy the view.
  • Oscarsborg Fortress: Visit this old fort by sailing. You can learn about history and enjoy the water.
  • Nesodden Peninsula: Sail along this quiet coast. The water is calm and peaceful.
  • Malmøya Island: If you want a quiet place, go here. It has nice water and feels calm.
  • Bygdøy Peninsula Coastline: Sail near this coast to see cool places and old sites.

What to see and do in Oslo

  • Visit the Viking Ship Museum: This museum houses three Viking ships that were used as burial ships in the 9th century, as well as various other artifacts from the Viking era.
  • Explore the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet: This striking modern building is home to the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, and offers tours as well as performances.
  • Wander through Vigeland Park: This large park features over 200 bronze, granite, and cast iron sculptures by the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland, including the iconic Monolith.
  • Visit the Munch Museum: Dedicated to the works of the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch, this museum has a large collection of his paintings, drawings, and prints, including the famous painting "The Scream".
  • Take a stroll through Akershus Fortress: This medieval fortress and castle was built in the 13th century and has played an important role in Norwegian history, including during World War II.
  • Visit the Nobel Peace Center: This museum is dedicated to the Nobel Peace Prize and its laureates, and has exhibits on the history of the prize as well as current events related to peace and conflict resolution.

Should you rent a skipper?

Many of our yacht charters in Oslo come with the option of sailing with a skipper and/or crew. Although this may come at an extra cost, having a skipper on board can, no doubt, provide you with an even more enjoyable experience! Your skippers can adapt their sailing route so that your voyage best suits the desires of you and the rest of your party.

Additionally, setting sail with a skipper will make your voyage even more comfortable! The skipper will take care of all the technical aspects of sailing, so all you need to do is sit back and relax.

If you would like to take charge of your boat charter in Oslo, then bareboat charters are the way to go. Enjoy a bareboat charter if you have a license and set sail at your own pace. You need a valid boating license to enjoy a boat this way so check with the boat owner beforehand to see that your license is valid.

When is the best time of year to rent a boat?

The high season for boating in Oslo is from June to August when the weather is warm, and the days are long, with an average temperature of around 68-72°F. The months just outside the high season, May and September, can also be a good time to visit and rent a boat in Oslo. During this time, the weather is still relatively mild, with average temperatures ranging from 53-63°F.

What type of boat is best for an Oslo boat charter?

Before choosing the right vessel for your boat rental in Oslo, you first have to think about the duration of your holiday. If you’re only going to sail for a few days, it is best to opt for a daily charter such as a motorboat or a RIB. With the speed of these vessels, you’ll be able to see everything on your wish list in no time. If you’re planning a longer charter of a week or more you should choose a vessel that includes amenities you’ll need during your stay. Catamarans and yachts have the space and accommodations on board to ensure a comfortable stay on the water. For a more luxurious holiday, you might consider a gulet, and for an authentic sailing experience a sailboat.

If you’re unsure about whether or not a vessel suits your needs, feel free to contact the boat owners to get a better sense of what is included on board. With our large fleet, you’ll have no problem finding the perfect boat for your Oslo boat charter!


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