There are direct flights to Oslo from most major cities in Europe, and from some cities in North America and Asia.

Approximate flight duration (some examples):
London–Oslo: 2 hours
New York–Oslo: 7.5 hours
Rome–Oslo: 3 hours
Moscow–Oslo: 2.5 hours

For more information see https://www.visitoslo.com/en/transport/to-oslo/flights/

Ship location in Oslo


By air
Kristiansand Airport Kjevik is located 10 kilometers from Kristiansand city centre. You can arrive at Kjevik Airport by plane from major Norway cities. SAS, Widerøe and Norwegian have arrivals from Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim.

There are direct international arrivals from Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London and Gdansk. You will find four car rental firms based at Kristiansand Airport Kjevik.

To and from Kristiansand Airport Kjevik
Between Kristiansand and Kjevik the airport bus service consists of the regular bus service on line 35. The bus stop is just outside of the terminal. You will also find bussed to Lillesand, Grimstad, Arendal. Two taxi companies operates at Kristiansand airport, Kjevik.

See more information about bus and taxi to and from Kristiansand Kjevik Airport.
For more information see https://www.visitnorway.com/places-to-go/southern-norway/getting-here/

Ship location in Kristiansand

You will get more information about where to find the ship, when we are getting closer to arrival day.

June 17-20 2020 Coastal Cruise

Go on board Christian Radich and join the ship from Oslo, Norway’s bustling capital, along the coast to Kristiansand on the southern tip of Norway, with a stopover in Arendal along the way.


DEPARTURE Oslo 17. 06. 2020 18:00
ARRIVAL Kristiansand 20.06. 2020 10:00
NOT INCLUDED  Flights and transfers from and to the ship, Drinks on board (available for local prices onboard), Field trips, Other personal expenses.

This stage takes you from Oslo, Norway’s bustling capital, along the coast to Kristiansand on the southern tip of Norway, with a stopover in Arendal along the way.

Arrive a day early to explore Oslo, the “city between blue and green” (the fjord and mountainous forest), the European Green Capital 2019 with a booming green economy and reputation as Scandinavia’s musical hotspot.

After departure, you can settle into the unique rhythm of life at sea with your co-sailor colleagues, before getting the unforgettable experience of tall ships in full sail competing in a short regatta.

If you arrive a day early to Oslo or leave the ship in Kristiansand you can:

We are planning a stop in the charming city Arendal. Arendal was a famous harbour during the age of Tall Ships. You can still see signs of its heyday in the late nineteenth century when Arendal was home to many wealthy shipowners. Today the town hosts Arendalsuka, Norway’s “democracy festival” and largest political gathering.

In Arendal you can visit small shops, chocloate facotry and og around and see the beuatifull village.

Get more information about Arendal here. 

The final leg of the voyage takes us to Norway’s southernmost city of Kristiansand, with its charming old town of small wooden houses, popular wildlife and amusement parks and surrounding archipelago dotted with idyllic islets and sheltered coves.


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