Thinking of Norway, most of us with the eyes of the imagination see beautiful fjords, lofoten and nature untouched by man. Interestingly, this country is the least-populated European country after Iceland. Undoubtedly, however, it has its own peculiar charm and character. Sailors who decide to take a course to one of the Norwegian ports, will certainly not be disappointed and will experience an unforgettable holiday on the water.
Norway is an ideal destination for yacht charter - it has a very long and varied coastline, which is conducive to sailing and discovering new islands and fjords. Norway's largest seaport is located in Oslo - a city where culture and art flourish due to the large number of museums and monuments. The heart of all yachting fans is won by the city of Bergen, ecognized as the capital of the fjords and boasting of charming wooden buildings. Another city worth visiting is Trondheim, which has the status of the third largest city in Norway. You can see here the city cathedral, river gardens and the unusual Music Museum. Sailing around this country, it would be a sin not to try its cuisine, which abounds in excellent fish and meat dishes.
Due to the country's location, Norway's climate can be harsh and the weather varies greatly. A situation in which sunny weather prevails in the north of the country, and cloudy and rainy weather in the south is not unusual. Therefore, it is worth planning a yacht charter in Norway for the period when the best conditions occur - the sailing season in this region falls between June and August. At the turn of July and August, the average temperature is 12 °C, but sometimes it reaches even 30 °C.