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Need help with booking the Fjord Cruise on the Nærøyfjord.

I was trying to find the site for the Fjord1 cruise mentioned in the book but seems like the routes are not showing up. The only other option I found was (link below) for the route. Is this the right on or is there another website for Fjord1? Please help. Thank you.

https://www.norwaysbest.com/booking/en/to-do/2137619/fjord-cruise-n%c3%a6r%c3%b8yfjord/showdetails?sorting=st%3Da%3Bso%3Da%3Bsplit%3Dhl

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That's the website I used. The second company is Lustrabaatane, and I don't think NorwaysBest sells those tickets.

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From the title of your post, I assume you are trying to book the Flåm to Gudvangen cruise portion of the Norway in a Nutshell journey. When we independently booked all the NIN components in 2019, I used visitflam.com to buy the cruise tickets. I assume the Visit Flam travel company has had a name change, because when I put visitflam.com into my browser just now, the site it took me to was norwaysbest.com. And there was a link to buy the Flåm to Gudvangen cruise tickets. Back when we did it, we could choose a traditional ship or, for a smoother, quieter and slightly faster journey, we could choose the new electric vessel. We didn't care about "faster," but I liked the "smoother, quieter" description and chose the electric ship. Now it appears that's all they offer, and they have two of them. Short answer is yes, norwaysbest.com is one way to get these tickets.

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That's the website I used to book my cruise (did this last August). If you are staying in Flam, remember to book the boat AND the bus so you have a way back to Flam (roundtrip option). It was a very nice cruise.

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We used the "norways best" website to book our fjord cruise on the electric boat. I bought the tickets about two months before. The boat is very comfortable and sandwiches and light snacks are available for purchase. You can book either direction - we did Gudvangen to Flam and return shuttle. Only complaint is they don't tell you where to find the shuttle bus - we had to pick our way through about fifty tour buses before finally locating the shuttle. (It's Bus Stop B.)