Superyacht Cloudbreak Itinerary In Norway

Superyacht Cloudbreak will be available for charter in Norway and below is a suggested 8-10 day itinerary.

The 72 metre long luxury superyacht can accommodate 12 guests and has a crew of 20 to look after you. Discover the Norwegian fyords by chartering CLOUDBREAK from €750,000 per week with Jack Tar Superyacht Charter

The superyacht is fully equipped for exploration, with one of the most comprehensive and exciting toy collections seen on any vessel. A ski boat, jetskis and dinghies offer independent exploration in any destination. Kayaks, seabobs and a flyboard are ready for fun on the ocean. Guests can take on world famous surf breaks in Fiji and beyond with kitesurfs, windsurfers and surfboards, or explore peacefully on stand-up paddleboards. Golf and mountain bikes offer adventure on land. A helipad opens up the opportunity for heli-skiing and gives guests unique access to areas inaccessible to most.


Your Norwegian charter adventure begins high above the Arctic Circle in Northern Norway. A vibrant city with a fascinating past, Tromsø is the perfect starting point for your voyage through the Scandinavian Peninsula down to the Lofoten Islands. Traditionally known as the Gateway to the Arctic, Tromsø is set in the Norwegian sea and surrounded by snow-capped mountains.

Day 2 – The Lyngen Alps

Just a couple of hours east of Tromsø, the Lyngen Alps offer some of the best skiing touring in Scandinavia. Unique and completely unspoiled, this alpine mountain range is the ideal playground for winter sports enthusiasts. With the help of a professional guide, spend Day 2 of your supercharter exploring the “backcountry” of the Lyngen National Park with its pristine snow slopes and breathtaking scenery. This promises excellent snow conditions plus the unforgettable possibility of skiing under the mesmorizing Northern Lights before returning to the comfort on board CLOUDBREAK.

Day 3 – Finnsnes

On Day 3, you’ll leave Tromsø in the morning and head south to the nearby village of Finnsnes. CLOUDBREAK will drop anchor off the coast leaving you free to go inland and explore the beautiful Målselv region. The world’s northernmost wildlife park, spend the day snowshoeing through snowy valleys or go on a husky safari and discover the region’s spectacular landscapes from the comfort of your very own dog sled. Back on board, warm up with a hot chocolate by the cosy fireplace in CLOUDBREAK’s chalet-inspired main salon.

Day 4 – Senja

The second largest island in Norway, Senja’s endless snowy peaks were made for ski touring. Climb to altitudes of almost 1000m and take in panoramic views of this arctic paradise as you ski or snowboard through fresh powder which will lead you right back down to sea level. Hire a professional guide and go off-piste to discover untracked snow in your private winter wonderland or take on Senja’s 5km of 5 km of cross-country ski tracks which wind around Mefjordvær past lakes and mountains, there’s no better way to spend the day.

Day 5 – Brostadbotn

After leaving the Målselv region, you’ll sail North to the small city of Brostadbotn. As you cruise through the Solbergfjorden, keep an eye out for majestic eagles and kittiwakes circling the yacht in the sky overhead. Go ashore and discover the traditional wooden chapels set in the countryside around Brostadbotn before spending the afternoon kayaking through the tranquil water of the Dyrøysundet strait with its impressive 570-metre long cantilever bridge. After hours, relive the day’s adventures with a private showing of your latest Gopro videos in CLOUDBREAK’s state-of-the-art cinema room.

Day 6 – Krøttøya

Situated in the Meløyvær archipelago, the tiny island of Krøttøya will be your destination on Day 6 of your trip. Once part of the kingdom of infamous Viking warrior Tore Hund, Krøttøya is just 1.3M² wide and only accessible by boat. One of the best places in the Scandinavian Peninsula for whale watching, this is your chance to get up close with Norway’s largest residents. A unique opportunity to watch these majestic creatures in their natural environment, spend an unforgettable day aboard CLOUDBREAK spotting pods of sperm whales and pilot whales swimming in the icy waters of the Andfjorden.

Day 7 – Ibestad

From Krøttøya, CLOUDBREAK will set sail for the island realm of Ibestad. Made up of 2 picturesque islands Andørja and Rolla, Ibestad is the ideal destination for nature lovers with its towering mountains and distinctive- fjords. On the west coast of Rolla, explore Åmen, a former pirate’s cave which can only be reached by boat, before going ashore to spend a relaxing afternoon hiking through the glorious Norwegian countryside. Then back onboard, unwind by enjoying a sauna or a relaxing massage treatment in CLOUDBREAK’s glamorous spa.

Day 8 – Fjelldal

After CLOUDBREAK leaves Ibestad, you’ll continue south to the village of Fjelldal. Situated on the eastern bank of the Tjeldsundet strait, Fjelldal is a fishing village with a pretty wooden chapel dating back to the 1960s. The water in the strait is flat and calm, ensuring the perfect conditions to get out onto the water with CLOUDBREAK’s impressive collection of onboard water toys. A prime spot for Aurora Borealis viewings thanks to the dark skies and low light pollution in Fjelldal, why not spend the evening stargazing on the upper deck as CLOUDBREAK prepares to set sail for Å overnight.

Day 9 – Å

After cruising through the night, on Day 9, you’ll wake up to find yourself in Å. A picture-postcard village located at the southern tip of the Lofoten Islands, Å sits between a lake and the North Sea. Once a bustling fishing port, most of the traditional wooden huts in the village are built on stilts overlooking the water and Å is home to 2 fishing museums which offer a peek into the island’s history. After a day spent exploring the local area, enjoy dinner in the private dining room at Brygga restaurant which specialises in traditional Norwegian cuisine and offers spectacular views over the bay below.

Day 10 – Svolvær

The last stop on your charter is Svolvær, the capital of the Lofoten Islands. Founded in the 16th century, this small city is a busy port with an impressive collection of restaurants, art galleries and museums. Spend your last day in Norway exploring nearby Trollfjord, a narrow fjord lined with waterfalls and surrounded by mountains. Jump aboard CLOUDBREAK’s tender and zip through the tranquil water of the 2km fjord which is home to a large population of sea eagles. Then head back into town for dinner and drinks at Børsen Spiseri, a traditional seafood restaurant with its very own museum. Set on the waterside, this is the ideal spot to celebrate the end of your arctic adventure and the unforgettable memories of your luxury charter through Northern Scandinavia.


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