Ulvik is at the end Hardangerfjord, a 6 hour beautiful sail-in.
Ulvik harbor has good approach conditions and no restrictions on height or depth. Anchoring grounds in Ulvikpollen and Ulvikfjorden. Smaller vessels can moor at the quay in Tyssevikje.
The tender dock is in the middle of this very small town.
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Ulvik is steeped in history, but is most famous for the fantastic views from the terrace at the Brakanes Hotel, right at the tender pier.
Recommended is a visit to the Eidfjord Nature center, Voringsfossen Waterfalls and even the Folk museum at Utne.
Also available within easy driving distance is Voss, with its own folk museum, cable car and shops, plus the craft center at Norheim and local walks.
The Stream Nest at Osa, home of the worlds purest water, pretty troll gardens - worth a visit and only 15 minutes drive.
The Norwegian currency is the Norwegian crown (norske krone), abbreviated kr. A 1/100th krone is called øre. 1.00 EUR = about 8 NOK
ATMs in Norway are called Minibank.
Nearly all stores accept major credit cards such as Mastercard and Visa (Bring your passport/driver's license, as you are required to identify yourself when using a credit card).
Norwegian is the official language of Norway. The language is very close and mutually intelligible with the two other Scandinavian languages, English widely spoken.
Most Norwegian households are connected to the internet in some way (often broadband), making Cybercafés hard to find outside major cities, due to a relatively small market. Most public libraries have free public access to the internet. WiFi is in many spots (not free).
Opening hours in Norway are better than they used to be, but many smaller stores still close early on Saturday (1 PM or 3 PM is typical) and nearly everything is closed on Sundays. You'll often see opening hours written as "9-21 (9-18)" on doors, meaning 9 AM to 9 PM weekdays, 9 AM to 6 PM Saturday.
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