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Cruises visiting Trollfjord & all Trollfjord cruises for  2020

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The 2.6 km Trollfjord is a western offshoot of the Raftsund strait between the islands of Hinnøya and Austvågøya, that has a length of about 25 kilometers. The name is derived from a troll, an ugly cave-dwelling creature from Norse mythology. Trollfjord is a well-known tourist attraction, often entered by cruise ferries for its scenic wonder. The mouth of the fjord is only 100 m wide, opening to 400 m. The jagged snow-capped mountains on either side are from 600 to 1100 m high: Trolltindan (1084 m) to the south and Blåfjell (998 m) and hohe Litlkorsnestinden (980 m) in the north.

It seems as though a ship could hardly squeeze through the entrance, or make a 180 deg. turn in the fjord. It is 72 m at its deepest point. Past cruisers say that a scenic cruise in Trollfjord is equal to cruising the entire Norwegian coast. – “Norway in a nutshell.” Look out for sea eagles circling the mountains. Until 1960 there was a waterfall at the end of Trollfjord which is now redirected to produce hydroelectricity. Also, 14 km north of Trollfjord, in the Raftsund strait, is the 711 m Raftsund Bridge

If visiting the nearby town of Svolvaer, visit the Art Galleri Gunnar Berg, where you will see a painting by Gunnar Berg. Titled Trollfjordslaget, it depicts the Battle of Trollfjord that was fought in 1890 between the first industrial steam-driven fishing ships, and teams of traditional open-boat fishermen, over access to the fjord. Johan Bojer described the battle in his 1921 novel The Last of the Vikings.

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