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The Sundbaten boat - The world’s oldest public transport service in uninterrupted use. Part of Kristiansund’s cultural heritage and the world’s oldest means of public transport still in use. The first passenger boat service started up in 1876. A new...more
We only took the charming ferry over to Tahiti, the first stop, to have an early dinner at the historic Dødeladen Cafe. The Captain was friendly and we had a good time the few minutes the ride lasted. If we had more time we would...More
A 20 minute cruise for 33 NOK - who could ask for more? The best possible view of the archipelago that surrounds Kristiansund harbour. An even better alternative: Go for the day pass and explore every island separately
It is approx. a 20 minute boat ride that makes four stops in the harbor. At 75 Kroners it is fairly inexpensive. Get your tickets at the tourist information hut on the dock. It is an enjoyable ride and expertly operated. We just stayed on...More
A useful and charming little ferry that travels around Kristiansund harbour and gives you a great view of the islands. It does 4 stops and a round trip takes about 15-20 minutes. The Captain told me he connects to a jetty 95 times during a...More
We decided to leave the car behind and take sundbåten. Sundbåten offers a fantastic view of the harbour. Today the fare was free and the conductor was polite and informed me of this when I tried to pay with my cellphone.
Very nice to see the harbor and go between the island that make up Kristiasund. It used as a water ferry for everyone. And makes for a nice sight seeing adventure. Can go from one stop get off go exploring and catch it at next...More