Bergen Student Skerries Cruise 2016

Photo: Michelle Ingrid Greene, Study Bergen

Bergen Student Skerries Cruise 2016

Written by: Study Bergen

Photo: Michelle Ingrid Greene, Study Bergen

Our most popular event of the year is right away the corner! Study Bergen has chartered the beautiful sailing ship Statraad Lehmkuhl and invites you to join us for a day-trip in the skerries outside Bergen on Saturday 28th of May. 

You can’t complete your time in Bergen without taking a trip on Statsraad Lehmkuhl. This magnificent three mast Basque is the pride of Bergen and is moored majestically at Bradbenken by Bryggen for much of the year. 

On the trip you’ll experience the islands in the fjords around Bergen. The route will be weather dependent and decided by the captain on the day. For those of you with exams, why not take your books with you, and let the fresh sea-air infuse your brain.


Tickets cost 219,- for students at the following institutions. 

University of Bergen
Bergen University College
Norwegian School of Economics
Bergen Academy of Art and Design
NLA University College
VID Specialized University

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 about the rules at our events.

We also offer a limited number og tickets for relatives and friends of students attending the event. These tickets cost:

319,- for students at other institutions and PhD candidates + employees at UiB/HiB/NHH/KHiB/NLA/VID
419,- for everyone else. 
Reigstration starts at 09:15 (Map to Bradbenken 2:
Boarding starts at ca 09:45
Departure at 10:30
Arrival in Bergen ca 15:30.

Food and drink is not included in the price, it will however be possible to buy refreshments on board. You are not permitted to take your own beverages containing alcohol with you. 

All participants must be 18 years old or over.


Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Please not that neither Study Bergen nor your host institution are liable should you injure yourself, lose or have possessions stolen from you on the trip. 

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch: 


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