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Experience Mikkel Beha

Experience Mikkel Beha on the Oslo boat

MiniCruise 9-11. October 2019 incl. Lecture with Mikkel Beha We know him from the program "Course towards distant shores" and now you have the chance to experience the adventure very close. On October 9, 2019, Mikkel Beha visits the Oslo boat - and you can come along.
In the perfect setting at sea, Mikkel will tell about his recent trip to the north with the family's three generations together on one ship. He will also bring his personal experiences of life, curiosity to the world and thoughts of being a father, captain and narrator at the same time.

Up to 6½ hours in Oslo

Excellent onboard facilities

Sea view cabins available

MiniCruise to Oslo incl. lecture with Mikkel Beha

2 nights on the ship and almost 7 hours in Oslo

A short break with time for presence, relaxation and good experiences at sea

Meet the adventurer Mikkel Beha

Mikkel Beha Erichsen is largely raised on the sea, where he, together with his father, Troels Kløvedal, sailed large parts of the world on the ship the Northern Cape. After several years on the TV screen, Mikkel and the family embarked on the popular TV project «heading towards distant shores» on the ship Havana. Since then, the family's many land tours have not only fascinated and entertained, but to that extent also aroused the travel pleasure in the Danish living rooms. Life at sea has offered great travel experiences, but also hard work and challenges along the way. However, Mikkel has always managed to hold on to the dream, even if he doubted his course - both at sea and in life.

Practical information

The lecture will take place on the trip on October 9, 2019, for the guests who have purchased MiniCruise incl. lecture. We recommend booking in advance in the restaurant you want to eat in before the concert. Book a table when booking the trip.

4.30 pm: Departure from Copenhagen

8pm: Lecture with Mikkel Beha at Columbus Club (doors open at 7:30 pm). The lecture lasts 2 x 45 minutes (break of 15 minutes).

*When ordering online, a booking supplement of DKK 75, - is added. total order. If a new order is made on the telephone or a personal inquiry in the terminal, a service charge of DKK 150, - per. order. Travel conditions .

Short Breaks at Sea

When you go on MiniCruise, your holiday already starts when you arrive at our terminal in Copenhagen. After the accommodation in your cabin you are ready to experience all that the Oslo boat has to offer. Take a walk on the deck and enjoy the breathtaking views while the captain begins the cruise from Copenhagen. Afterwards, you can visit the tax-free shop and the ship's wine bar, before a pleasant dinner awaits in one of the ship's restaurants. After a good night's sleep, you arrive rested in Oslo, ready for adventure in the Norwegian capital.

Experience Oslo

On a MiniCruise you have about 7 hours to explore the Norwegian capital while the ship is docked. Here you can experience Oslo's cozy cafes, culture, historical stories, museums and the city's unique hotspots. If the trip is to be seasoned with shopping and design experiences, we have a few suggestions here.

Shopping in the metropolis If you are looking for shopping in Oslo, the stroll at Karl Johan Gate is an obvious choice. Extending from the Central Station to the Royal Palace, here you will find pleanty of shops. You can also visit Bogstadveien, where Oslo's design shops lie side by side with cozy restaurants and cafes.

Sørenga If you want to experience modern Oslo, then head for Sørenga: Oslo's hip area by the water. Here you can experience the city's modern design and architecture, mix of cultures and the popular Sørenga Sea Bath.

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