Photographer: Carl Filip Olsson
The island of Støtt with its guest harbour is situated in the far north of the Helgeland region, about 32 nautical miles from the town of Bodø.
Støtt is renowned for its sheltered harbour, with its entrance facing southeast. For many fishermen, Støtt was an important stop before the crossing to the open sea to the Lofoten Islands, or sailing to Bodø or other destinations in Helgeland. Støtt and its distinct mountain, Kunna, has been a landmark for generations of seamen sailing the coast.
- An excellent and well-sheltered harbour
- Great seafood dining at Restaurant Gammelbutikken
- Comfortable accommodation at the Støtt Old Trading Post
- Bread and baked goods fresh from the oven at Støtt Kolonial, as well as a good selection of groceries
- Bicycle rental
- Diesel and freshwater
- Kayak rental with equipment
- RIB sea-rafting trips, summit hikes to the Meløy Alps, excursions to the Svartisen glacier, glacier treks – and much more
- Boat slip for smaller boats
Boats up to 40 feet:
Boats over 40 feet:
Up to 3 hours:
No fee if dining in the restaurant
You receive the Wifi code when you pay the harbour fee.