What does 26 September mean to you? Maybe it’s the first day back at work, beginning of a school year or just another ordinary day. For Fiskahummer.nu, it’s a special date: the beginning of the year’s busy lobster season, when visitors will be invited to join the adventure on the salty seas of Kattegat, to catch the treasured crustacean.

Lobster season starts on the first Monday after 20 September every year, but there are plenty of fishing tours and packages available all year round: mackerel, cod, crab and crayfish are popular drafts during the other seasons.

Fiskahummer.nu: Lobster o’clock

Fiskahummer.nu is a family business located in Marstrand, an idyllic town on the west coast of Sweden. “Entrepreneurship runs through our veins and we set up this business because we love the sea, fishing and people. We own two boats and can easily expand our fleet if we have a larger booking. We welcome group sizes from one to 60 plus,” says co-founder Jan Kollberg.

Fiskahummer.nu arranges anything from fishing tours to sumptuous dinners afterwards, with a personal chef who prepares the day’s catch in a private sea cabin with a majestic view over the soothing waters. Thanks to close connections with hotels and businesses in the area, they put together uniquely tailored packages to suit each individual party perfectly. So, head over to the Swedish west coast to enjoy autumn as you should – indulging in the fresh coastal breeze and the treasures of the sea.

Fiskahummer.nu: Lobster o’clock

Web: www.fiskahummer.nu
Instagram: @fiskahummer.nu

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