RIB Charter cruise in Stockholm

Our RIBs are where you want them to be

We know the Archipelago and its interesting people. This is our frontyard. If you need a transport from A to B we are your expert.
RIB charter means that we take you to your desired destination in the Archipelago or on the Mälaren with one or more of our RIB boats. We often start from Strandvägen, kajplats 17 in Stockholm but can also come and pick you up where you want.
The experience in a RIB boat with us combines the joy of going fast on water with a beautiful nature experience in the Swedish archipelago. It gives a maximum sense of freedom and you will most likely have a big smile on the face after the ride!

Times for transport vary depending on things like distance, the weather, route and desired stops. We are happy to give an estimate of the time for your distance.
RIB stands for Rigid Inflatable Boat and can be described as a cross between rubber boat and regular boat with hard hull. Our modern RIB boats in combination with our experienced captains make this a great fun and safe journey.

Book your adventure today, we promise an experience far beyond the ordinary!

Price per RIB boat (excl VAT 6%)
One hour   SEK      5.000
Two hours SEK      8.500
Three hours SEK 11.000

Price per guest (excl VAT 6%), minimum 4 guests
SEK 250

Tickets from Stockholm Adventures

We offer together with Stockholm Adventures either a one hour cruise in the inner Stockholm Archipelago, SEK 790 per person incl VAT. We guide through the fantastic waters of Stockholm. Book your ticket through

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