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Cruises visiting Bekkjarvik & all Bekkjarvik cruises for  2019-2020

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Bekkjarvik is a sub-Arctic town on the small and remote island Selbjorn in Western Norway, bordering the North Sea. The port is protected from the open sea by reason of its position, and linked to larger neighbouring islands by bridges. As the town’s population is fewer than 400, one can walk around the shops, fishing warehouses, school and waterfront in an hour. The village is an old trading post, with an inn from the 17th C that is still in use, and there’s also a barrel factory. Bekkjarvik Church has been located in the village since 1895.

Walk a kilometre north of the port to the Selbjørn Bridge, which runs across a small strait to the nearby island of Huftarøy. Contact with the mainland is by express boats and car ferries. The closest large city is Bergen, 45 km in a straight line north. The archipelago of 667 islands (just 8 populated year-round) of which is a part, has one of the world’s largest ocean-going trawling fleets. The other industries that are fast-growing in the region are fish farming and offshore oil ventures.

The landscape of Bekkjarvik is picturesque, with low sloping hills and beautiful water ways. Just strolling around the town impresses the neatness and homeliness of this isolated village. Thirty kilometres to the south is the entrance to Hardangerfjord. The town is proud of its hometown chef Ørjan Johannessen, who won the Norwegian “Chef of the Year” in 2011, and the World Cooking Contest held in Brussels in 2012 - the culinary equivalent of the Olympic Games.