Sail aboard a brand new Lagoon 51 catamaran to explore the beautiful Norwegian coast. Sustainability, light, comfort and warmth define the interior and exterior spaces of this catamaran, equipped with 4 double cabins to accommodate up to 8 guests. The panoramic views from the lounge and the outdoor spaces are perfect for living to the full and enjoying the colors of the Norwegian coast.

We sail between destinations such as Torghatten, near Brộnnộnnysund and Vega, over the seven sisters and Sandnessjộen and in the kingdom of the island of Lovund, Træna and Myken. Sailing from the glaciers of Svartisen , near Bod and north of the Lofoten Islands, covering the best of Arctic Norway has to offer. 

Included services

Travel assistance and registration fee
Double cabin spot
Full board service
Food and beverage
Bed linen and towels
Final cleaning
Dinghy with outboard engine
Harbour and buoy fees
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing tackle

Not included services

Flight tickets
Transfers to/from the Marina
Extra drinks and alcoholic beverages
Multi-risk insurance (Covid-19 and cancellation)

From 21.200€ with crew and all-inclusive treatment.

Additional information

Language International crew and guests
Class Premium Plus
How to come AIRPLANE: Sandnessjøen Airport (SSJ)
Product ID 538
Helgeland Coast and Lototen island

Helgeland Coast and Lototen island View MoreLess

Helgeland Coast and Lototen island

This is an example itinerary suggested by the BeBlue skippers who are experts in the navigation area. The route can be planned on the needs of the group before departure or during navigation.

Day 1: Check-in

The crew will welcome you at the Marina of Herøy, to assist you in the quick check-in procedures. Aperitif and dinner at sunset. Overnight in Marina.

Day 2

For our first day of sailing we sail towards Kilboghavn, it is a ferry town located on the west side of the Sorfjorden, in the extreme south of the municipality of Rơdơy in Nordland. In this area the sun never sets, so after an excellent dinner cooked by our cook we are ready to sail to Bodø, where we will then spend the night.

Day 3

We will spend the morning in Bodø, known as the "mini metropolis" of Northern Norway, is full of original shops, exquisite food and great cultural events. In the afternoon we will head to Å, in the Lofoten Islands, a small village where you can visit the Lofoten Stockfish Museum, the museum dedicated to stockfish fishing and the Norwegian Museum of Fishing Villages.  Å can be the starting point to discover the spectacular landscape of vertical spires. Å is traditionally a cod fishing village.

Day 4

Today we will reach the town of Nusfjord, one of the oldest and best preserved fishing villages in Norway. It is located on the Lofoten Islands and belongs to the municipality of Flakstad. Nusfjord was designated by UNESCO in 1975 as a pilot project to preserve traditional Norwegian architecture with its yellow and red houses called rorbu. At the moment it is not a permanently inhabited village but rather a museum. It is still possible to stay in a traditional rorbu. 

Day 5

After an excellent breakfast we will sail to Henningsvaer, also nicknamed "little Venice". The houses and the picturesque harbor with boats of a thousand colors offer a sense of peace and tranquility that finds additional comfort in the sea. But Henningsvaer is even more beautiful view from above: that is why it is worth climbing on the hillock west post from the center, on the main island of Heimoya, inside which in addition to the magnificent panorama you can also find the cod dryers to make the atmosphere even more impressive.

Day 6

Today we will sail to Svolvær, on the south coast of Austvågøy, one of the largest islands in the archipelago. The region is characterized by a unique natural environment: the city overlooks the Norwegian Sea and is protected by mountains to the north. Unlike what you might think on the coasts of northern Norway temperatures are always mild thanks to the currents coming from the Gulf. In Svolvær you must visit the Magic Ice Lofoten, a place that combines bar service and an exhibition of ice sculptures.

Day 7

Today we will return to the town of Bodø, where we will take a kayak trip and wait to see a fascinating northern lights. In the evening we will have a last drink all together to say goodbye.

Day 8: Check-out

Early in the morning we will head to the Marina of Herøy where we will then land.

The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.


LAGOON 51 (2023)
Class: Catamarano

LAGOON 51 (2023) View MoreLess

Technical Sheet:
Model LAGOON 51 (2023)
Type Catamaran
Year 2023
Length 15.35 m
Width 8.10 m
Sail area 153.00 mq
Cabins 4 doubles
Beds 8
WC/Shower 4

Boat models, technical specifications and optional may be subject to change. BeBlue reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher classes when necessity arises and to replace the boat presented in the catalog, or out of the catalog, with another of similar class and quality. All boats are selected with care and experience.


The ideal catamaran for a relaxing cruise in close contact with nature, but with all the comforts of a modern and luxurious Lagoon 51. With its 15.34 meters long, modern lines and warm atmosphere, it has all the space to comfortably accommodate 8 guests and 2 crew members.

The main feature of this catamaran are 2 large sun pads in front of the helm and a spacious C-shaped seating area with a table that can be lowered creating an XL sunbathing area that gives you substantial space to welcome all your guests with easiness. The comfortable sofas on the flybridge allow you to welcome your guests to share with them moments of relaxation, in the company of the commander, at the helm of the Lagoon 51. 

Among the services included in the price, noteworthy is the excellent kitchen service on board. Each meal is prepared in collaboration with local chefs and farmers, to enhance the spectacular nature, culture and Norwegian cuisine. Local products and fresh fish, with the help of guests who want to try their hand at fishing, are the basis of the menus proposed by the hostess/ cook on board. To complete the gastronomic experience, there are visits to local farms and tastings of typical products along the route.

All cruises can be planned to measure, according to the needs of guests. The navigation area extends from Brõnnơysund, Torghatten and Vega in the south, to the Lofoten Islands in the northernmost part of the coast. Cruises of 10 days or more are available on request.

Data sheet: 

Accommodations available: 
- 4 cabins with double beds, including one master suite
- 3 bathrooms  
Water sports: 
- kayaking 
- fishing tackle 
- equipment for freediving
- ski equipment (on request in winter and spring) 
The rental price includes: accommodation on the yacht, two crew members (skipper and hostess/cook), fuel and moorings in the port, bed linen and towels, galley and service on board, use of equipment on board. 
Meals on board 
- full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with typical local products
- drinks at meals