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Tromøy II Arendal ferry
Norway

Tromøy II sails almost every day of the year in route to the city fjord in Arendal from early morning until late at night.

The ferry can be rented and used extensively two transport large groups of passengers in Arendal port district.

School trips to Merdø, public transportation to the annual Canal Street concert at LilleTorungen, and the Hovefestival Tromøy.

Arendal is a town and municipality in the county of Aust-Agder, Norway. Arendal belongs to the traditional region of southern Norway. The town of Arendal is the administrative center of the municipality and also of Aust-Agder county.

41,655 person lives in Arendal as of 2010 and it is the 19 largest city in Norway.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arendal

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