boat tours 2024

Boat tour 2024

Discover the magic of summer 2024 with our exciting fixed boat tours! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the delightful summer days on the water. During the holiday period from June 20th to August 20th, fixed departures are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 11:00.

Immerse yourself in the adventure during a 2-2.5 hour journey that takes you through breathtaking views and stops at the idyllic Skibbikken beach, where you can take a refreshing dip in the clear water. Don’t forget to bring your favorite snacks and swimwear to truly enjoy the day to the fullest!

The prices are as favorable as they are enticing – only 295 SEK for adults and 195 SEK for youths aged 6-18. And for the youngest children under 6 years old, the ride is free!

Please note that we require a minimum of 5 paying participants for the tour to proceed, so be sure to book your spot in advance to avoid disappointment. But don’t worry, if you decide last minute, feel free to show up at the dock at ICA/fire station and see if there’s still space available!

And for those seeking an exclusive experience, why not consider chartering the entire boat for a private tour? Our charming boat accommodates up to 12 passengers and prices start as low as 1500 SEK for an unforgettable journey.
This is available from June to September.

Don’t miss the opportunity to create summer memories that last a lifetime – book your spot today and give yourself something to look forward to!

Bild på båten Älvkungen
The boat is named Älvkungen and is a replica of a boat that operated the route from Sorsele to Gillesnoulle as early as 1921
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Älvkungen – a historical tour boat on Vindelälven river. When the mountain population needed to transport mail, goods, livestock, and necessities, they had to walk, mile after mile, in roadless land – that was the reason the boat Älvkungen was built. Traffic began in the summer of 1921, and for 18 years, Älvkungen operated the 60-kilometer route from Sorsele to Gillesnoule twice a week. During the 1940s, both roads and bridges were built along the river, and boat traffic was no longer necessary. Älvkungen was forgotten, lying on land, for many years. The new Älvkungen was completed in 2004; it is as close to a replica as one can get while still meeting the requirements set by the maritime administration today. The new Älvkungen home port is located at the heritage area in Sorsele, where the original also has its own boat house.