Cruising Karmsund

Cruising Karmsund, bridge, Karsundet
Cruising Karmsund, bridge, Karsundet

Karmsund, a narrow waterway separating Karmoey Island from Haugesund, is only navigable by smaller ships such as those in the Fred. Olsen fleet. 

So, while guests on board larger cruise ships have to spend more time out in the open sea to pass by Karmoey, on a Fred. Olsen cruise to this beautiful region you can enjoy memorable scenic cruising through Karmsund. 

As you sail the strait you'll take in views of pretty towns and gorgeous countryside scenes stretched along the shores, see rugged islands and islets up-close, and pass under the impressive Karmsund Bridge all while relaxing on board your ship. 

Cruises to Cruising Karmsund

Scenic Views of Norway's Iconic Fjords

Scenic Views of Norway's Iconic Fjords

Departs: Southampton • Thu 12 Aug 2021
8 nights • Braemar • M2120

  • Discover some of the fjordland’s most spellbinding scenes, as Braemar diverts away from well-travelled coastal routes and straight into inspirational, size-restricted waterways.
  • Marvel at the twists, turns and narrowing, soaring shores of Nærøyfjord; admire the beautiful, orchard-rich landscapes of Hardangerfjord; and enjoy a rare transit of the picturesque Karmsund strait.
  • Uncover plenty of highlights ashore, visiting Flåm, Eidfjord, Bergen and Stavanger, such as the famous Flåmsbana Railway, breathtaking Vøringsfossen waterfall and iconic Bryggen Wharf.

From £1,199pp

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