skiogseiliNord-Norge@StellaOcean (2)
Toppturhelg i Lofoten@ChrisHolter (1)

Ski and sail in Tromsø and Lyngen

Big unique boat and epic skiing

Ski and sail in Tromsø and Lyngen

Big unique boat and epic skiing

From USD 2893

Ski touring weekend with the beautiful and comfortable Stella Oceana as our home. We sail from Tromsø to Lyngen and choose the best peaks on our way, based on the conditions. Everything is ready for 3 magical days in the North of Norway

Highlights

  • Reach the best ski areas by boat
  • Stay at the beautiful Stella Oceana - very high comfort
  • Two guide who know the area 
  • Together we hunt for the best snow and the best experiences
  • Hot tub on the boat
  • Northern Lights, if we're lucky (departure 1 and 2)

Stella Oceana has  everything you could wish for. The chef serves exciting meals based on the carefully selected norwegian food. The cabins are spacious and there is plenty of space to relax and take in the skiing experiences and have a good time together.

To find the best snow and ensure safe and good skiing experiences, the peaks we ski on each day are determined by the guide. Our guides are experienced, locally known and, and not least, an expert in finding the best routes with good snow. The tours are adapted to the group's skill level. We have two guides with us, so it is easy to split the group for individual needs and wishes.

In addition to epic skiing experiences, the food and the state-of-the-art sailing yacht, the Stella Oceana crew will always ensure that you are well taken care of throughout your trip. From bringing you hot drinks, wool blankets and pillows outside, to going the extra mile to help you look after your ski gear, they are there to serve you along the way.

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Dates and booking

Fri 24. Mars - Sun 26. Mars 2023

USD 2893Available

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Fri 31. Mars - Sun 02. April 2023

USD 2893Available

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Fri 12. May - Sun 14. May 2023

USD 2893Available

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This trip is also offered as a private tailormade trip. Travel alone, with your friends or family whenever you want.
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Opening hours
Mon - Fri: 09 - 16

Opening time info (Holidays)

CET

Safety

  • 24 hour emergency standby team
  • Guides with training in first aid
  • Necessary medications and first aid available
  • Cooperation with Turlegen.no for medical advice while in the field

Safety and grading of trips

Physical level

3/6 Physical

On these trips, some of the stages are demanding. On level 3 mountain hikes, there are often some long stages, and / or a demanding summit push where it can get cold. You must stand up to reach the goal, and have a good training basis and good health before departure. We sleep in tents and / or in cabins and hotels, but you do not have to have experience with tent life to participate. If the trip includes activities such as kayaking, cycling, climbing, glacier, skiing / mountaineering, it is an advantage to have experience with this activity.

Safety and grading of trips

Risk level

4/6 Risk

Activities / trips with significant risk. Events can happen, and they can be of such a nature that they require professional help. If guidelines from guides and / or the company are not followed, you can be exposed to incidents that in the worst case result in serious injuries.

Safety and grading of trips

Training and preperations

In order to participate on this trip, you must have good physical fitness ascending and descending on skis. Ascents can vary depending on the group's ability and snow conditions, but being able to ascend 1,200 - 2,000 meters per day is important when participating on this trip. 

It's important to have experience in ski touring and to be an able skier in mountain terrain outside of groomed slopes. Avalanche awareness and training are important, as well as the knowledge of how to use avalanche safety equipment, such as a beacon, shovel, and probe. Your guide will have the final risk management decision-making on this trip in order to ensure safe ascents and descents each day. Changes in weather, snow, or road conditions can change the itinerary that is presented in the day-to-day program.

Accommodation and food

We stay at Stella Oceana that has comfortable facilities. We sleep in shared rooms, for 2 or 4 people. If you are traveling alone, we will ensure that you share a room with someone of the same sex.

There is not a shower/toilet in each room, but good communal facilities. We eat a hearty breakfast, make a packed lunch to take with us on the trip, before dinner is served in the evening.

The chef on the boat serves food inspired by Norwegian traditions and local, ethical, fresh and organic ingredients. All the food will not only satisfy your taste buds, but will also give you energy for the mountains. There might be opportunities to try fishing and eat fresh catch on board.

Other information

Fishing equipment is available on the boat if you wish to test your luck.

We recommend that you take only one piece of luggage with you with clothes, toiletries and other items that are necessary during the trip. We also ask that you take a day pack with you for food, water, camera, extra clothes and necessary safety equipment. We recommend that you transport sk equipment in a separate bag.

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Day by day

skiogseiliNord-Norge@StellaOcean (3)

Day 1:First day on the trip

We meet at the harbor in Tromsø at 8 am ready for the trip. We enjoy breakfast togheter on board, while the boat set course for the best conditions in the area and get our skis out. Afterwards, we relax on the boat, get to know each other and have a nice dinner together.

We meet at the harbor in Tromsø at 8 am ready for the trip. We enjoy breakfast togheter on board, while the boat set course for the best conditions in the area and get our skis out. Afterwards, we relax on the boat, get to know each other and have a nice dinner together.

ACCOMMODATION

Sail boat

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

4-6 hours

skiogseiliNord-Norge@StellaOcean (6)

Day 2:Ski touring at its best

Today we have a full day on tour and all the peaks in Tromsø and Lyngen are at our disposal. We enjoy the day outside before go back to the boat, maybe it's time for a bath in the hot tub? After that dinner is served and all you have to do is enjoy yourself.

Today we have a full day on tour and all the peaks in Tromsø and Lyngen are at our disposal. We enjoy the day outside before go back to the boat, maybe it's time for a bath in the hot tub? After that dinner is served and all you have to do is enjoy yourself.

ACCOMMODATION

Sail boat

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

6-8 hours

Toppturhelg i Lofoten (1)

Day 3:Last ski day

Last day on the trip, but we make sure make it one for the memory books. We enjoy dinner togheter on the boat while it sail towards Tromsø Harbour. We will arrive in Tromsø note later than 4 pm.

Last day on the trip, but we make sure make it one for the memory books. We enjoy dinner togheter on the boat while it sail towards Tromsø Harbour. We will arrive in Tromsø note later than 4 pm.

ACCOMMODATION

Sail boat

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

4-6 hours

We meet at the harbor in Tromsø at 8 am ready for the trip. We enjoy breakfast togheter on board, while the boat set course for the best conditions in the area and get our skis out. Afterwards, we relax on the boat, get to know each other and have a nice dinner together.

ACCOMMODATION

Sail boat

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

4-6 hours

Today we have a full day on tour and all the peaks in Tromsø and Lyngen are at our disposal. We enjoy the day outside before go back to the boat, maybe it's time for a bath in the hot tub? After that dinner is served and all you have to do is enjoy yourself.

ACCOMMODATION

Sail boat

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

6-8 hours

Last day on the trip, but we make sure make it one for the memory books. We enjoy dinner togheter on the boat while it sail towards Tromsø Harbour. We will arrive in Tromsø note later than 4 pm.

ACCOMMODATION

Sail boat

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

4-6 hours

What's included in the price

Included

The boat's chef makes great food. 

Not included

Can be rented. Please contact us. 

Changes may occur

We reserve the right to change prices. The day by day program is a guideline and changes may occur. You can refer to our general travel conditions for more information.

Travel insurance

On all our trips, we require you to have full health and accident insurance which will also cover any emergency transport home. Read more about travel insurance.

Guides

Equipment list

This list is intended as a guideline, so that we have what we need regardless of the weather we get on the trip. Remember that you can also get used hiking equipment that works perfectly. Get in touch if you have any questions: 004723213080 / adventure@norrona.com TIP : We recommend that you have the most important hiking equipment in your hand luggage, for example hiking boots and gore-tex jacket/trousers.

Obligatory

Clothing

We recommend wool underwear for both men and women. Wool sportstop is recommended for women.

Wool or suitable material. Avoid cotton. Remember to allways bring dry socks with you, to prevent chafing. 

Fleece or wool. 

With hood, and long enough to cover the butt.

Gore-Tex or similar. Must have a decent hood, and hold out wind and rain. Should have space for midlayers underneath. Ventilation under the arms is recommended. 

Gore-Tex or similar. Must be waterproof and windproof,  zips for ventilation are recommended.

Warm hat for cold days.

Warm ski mittens/gloves.

Footwear
Equipment

30 liters or more with attachments for skies and ice axe.

Remember new/extra batteries.

High SPF, 30-50. Remember chapstick for lips and nose. 

For protection against cold wind and snow.

Split board, ski touring or telemark skis. Poles with large/powder baskets. Check that your boots fits the bindings.

Make sure these fit your skis.

Make sure they fit your ski boots. 

Make sure these fit your skis and bindings.

With new batteries.

Small, light and in aluminum (not plastic).

0,5-1,0 liter

Recommended

Clothing

Thin, ultra lihgt.

For evenings and leasure days.

Footwear

To hike up/down the mountain where it won't be possible to ski. Good sole and lightweight.

Or similar. Must be lightweight and with low volume to use inside. 

Equipment

Band-aid, compeed, sportstape, Paracet/Ibux, medicine for soar throat, running nose, irritable stomach, etc, and personal medication. 
We need to know about all medicines you are taking, in case something happens. 

Tooth brush, tooth paste, small towel, ear plugs, wet wipes, biodegradable soap, etc.

You should be able to bring 2-3 litres of water.

Nuts, chocolate, energy bars, etc.

To attach skis to backpack if necessary.

Useful

Equipment

As light at possible. 

TIP: We recommend that you have the most important ski touring equipment in your hand luggage, for example ski boots and gore-tex jacket/trousers.

Bed linen and towles are provided at the boat.

There is a drying room on the boat.

Avalanche equipment (transmitter/receiver, search pole and shovel) is mandatory on this trip. If you already have an ice axe, crampon and/or scythe, it can be a great opportunity to get guidance and an introduction to how to use this.