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Transport

The journey to Træna begins with the purchase of your festival pass. Træna is an archipelago, so pretty much the only way to get here is by boat. If you’re not a local, though, and are unfamiliar with local systems, the journey can be a logistical challenge. Fortunately, that's half the fun, and the festival will make it as easy for you as possible: there are plenty of routes leading to Træna, and this year we’ll offer a ‘Match Bus To Boat’ travel guarantee! Welcome to the 2018 Træna Festival!

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Travel to Træna 

 

Statsraad Lehmkuhl: Travel to and from Træna with a three-masted sailing ship!

 

Join the Statsraad Lehmkuhl on its expedition to Træna. We’re repeating 2017’s success, so begin the 2018 Trænafestival in Bergen on board one of the world's largest, most beautiful sailing ships. Climb aboard the Statsraad Lehmkuhl for a journey along Norway’s stunning west coast, all the way from Bergen up to Træna in Nordland.

 

SeilNorge: Travel to and from the Træna with sailing yachts.

‘Hoist the topsail’ in Helgeland this summer. What better way to arrive at Træna than after a week’s voyage up the coast of Helgeland? SeilNorge can take you to and from the festival.

 

Fast boats and Ferries: Public Transport to Træna

Two companies provide public boat transport to Træna: Torghatten Nord and Boreal. For festivalgoers traveling from Oslo or beyond, boat tickets can be bought in advance for the most common route, which involves sailing from Bodø then changing at Onøy. Tickets for other routes to the festival can only be bought at the time of travel.

 

Tickets will be on sale later in the year.

 

 

Tommy Skog