In Romerike in the summer season, it is possible to take beautiful round trips with either the MS Øyeren at Nordre Øyeren and Glomma, or the Skibladner at Mjøsa. It is also possible to hop off at stops along the way if you have plans to visit other locations.
Mjøsa’s white swan still ploughs majestically on Norway’s largest lake. The beautiful paddle steamer from 1856 is the oldest in the world that is still in operation. You can choose which quay you would like to start your journey from. In Romerike, Eidsvoll is the departure location. In addition to the regular timetabled service, it is also possible to hire the ship for charter trips and companies. For more information, see Skibladner.
The MS Øyeren departs from Fetsund Lensemuseum and sails to Glomma and into Nordre Øyeren Nature Reserve, which also constitutes the Nordic region’s largest inland delta. The catamaran departs from both Fetsund Lensemuseum and Lillestrøm. MS Øyeren is a restaurant boat, with both indoor and outdoor seating. For timetables and more information, see MS Øyeren.
Ferries to Oslo
Travel by ferry to Oslo from Kiel, Fredrikshavn or Copenhagen.
Color Line sails between Oslo and Kiel with daily departures at 14.00 from both cities.
Stena Line sails directly between Oslo and Frederikshavn, Denmark. Departure from Oslo at 7.30 pm Tuesday-Sunday (summer: every day) with arrival in Frederikshavn at 7.45 am. Departure from Frederikshavn at 10.00 am with arrival in OSlo at 6.30 pm.
DFDS Seaways sails between Oslo and Copenhagen with daily departures at 17.00 from both cities.