The last nautical miles towards Ona are quite special. Here it is shallow water, with sandbanks about 4-5 meters below the keel. The water is clear and we can see the bottom clearly. It's like getting a feeling of soaring above the ground.
The entrance to the guest harbor at Ona is well marked, and we follow the beacons closely to get to the harbor safely.
Once we have moored, it's time for a good lunch. We take it at Ona Havstuer. This is a converted fish-reception, and the story is in the walls!
If you are on a day trip to the island, you have time to take a short trip to the potholes in the south east end of the island after lunch. But we recommend that you choose accommodation at Ona Fjordstuer when you first are in one of Norway's outermost island communities!
From the lighthouse you have an adventurous view! And if you choose an overnight stay at Ona, you are guaranteed to sit by the lighthouse and watch the sun be swallowed by the sea. You will never forget that sight! You will then also have a much better time exploring this outpost towards the North Sea.