Arvor 250 is a great boat that can take up to 5 people.
You can rent it with or without a captain. In order to rent the boat without a captain,
you have to have validated sailing certificate.
The possibilities are endless, it is up to you what purpose the trip has, it can vary from just sailing and enjoying the nature, to going fishing.
The boat is equipped with a radar, deep sound fish finder, etc full navigation equipment and CD stereo music system.
The boat has full regulation safety equipment:
First aid kit
In addition, the boat provides with everything needed for fishing, also an oven, stove, and refrigerator.
There is a four hour minimum rent on this boat.
Half a day is four hours and starts either at 9am or 2pm.
A whole day is eight hours and starts at 9am.
Other timing available upon request.
Price for 4 hours : 90.000 ISK.
Price for 8 hours : 150.000 ISK.
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