M/Y Opus One

Helgeland Yacht, also called M/Y Opus One, is a 49 feet yacht, built in Italy. She has two Caterpillar V8s with a total of 870 hp, advanced navigation equipment, updated safety equipment, and a top speed of 29 knots. She is modern, and well-appointed with a luxurious salon, 3 cabins and 6 beds. Her maximum guest capacity is 12 persons. She also comes with a fishing platform on the outside of the hull!

Helgeland Yacht is a game changer -- let her take you on your next adventure. Did we mention the awesome crew? 

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Our Expertise, Your Safety

Your safety is our priority, and fundamental to our operations. With our extensive experience and expertise from the Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue, duties are always clearly defined and assigned to handle any emergency on board and at sea. 

Our vision is to give you a safe and memorable experience in luxurious comfort while exploring the world's most beautiful archipelago.

Helgeland Yacht Crew

 
 
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Kaptein Per Kåre Hatten

Per Kåre formerly sailed in international shipping, and is the founder and owner of Torghatten Camping & Strandrestaurant AS and Trollfjell Geopark. He is also the landowner of the mountain Torghatten. Per Kåre has many years of maritime experience as a recreational boat skipper with a speedboat driver course, safety course, extended first aid and defibrillator course. He is also a volunteer Captain in the Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue.

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Kaptein Åge Helgesen

Åge is 61 years old, and has a passion for boats and the sea. He has both a sailor background and maritime experience as a recreational boat skipper with a speedboat driver course, safety course, extended first aid and defibrillator course, and is  service-minded and determined. He has also contributed as volunteer crew in the Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue, onboard Uni Helgeland, for more than 10 years.

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Address

Torghattenveien 11

8909 Brønnøysund

Kaptein: +47 414 89 112

Daglig leder: +47 928 03 113

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