Who I am - and what I do
My name is Johan Moltu, and I am a retired teacher. I have grown up by the sea, and have always had a great interest in the sea, the islands in the ocean gap, the population, as well as the bird and animal life at these small islands. From childhood we were dependent on boat to get from one island to the other, and at an early age we learned what dangers the ocean represented and what considerations had to be taken as we travelled along the coast.
I have also had a special interest in and a close relationship to Runde. – Taking groups with Aquila and showing nice and interested people from both Norway and abroad what this wonderful island has to offer, is a great enrichment to my life.
Feedback from previous Aquila-passengers
The boat trip at 11am on Monday. It was a real highlight of our holiday, and we will definitely come back to you again some time earlier in July, to have a closer look at the puffins.
It was great fun and incredibly interesting to see the ocean soles, and I also managet to take many good pictures of them as they passed us very close many times.
Best regards from Sissel Grønlund | July 31, 2018
Thanks a lot for an awesome boat trip with Aquila. It was especially nice to meet a former work colleague.
I really enjoyed myself.
I also enclose som pictures from the boat trip. You are free to use them on your homepage.
With regards from
Arild Lillebø | July 19, 2018
I would like to thank you for three very nice boat tours with lots of good photo opportunities. Especially the “extra” tour on Friday 29/6 2018 with just me, two other Swedes and the Norwegian sea bird expert was by far my most intense bird photo experience so far! I will market these tours quite hard among my frinds and acquaintances, and I will surely return next summer.
Daniel Andersson | July 18, 2018
Thank you once again for a very nice boat trip with Aquila.
The razorbill was probably the most difficult photo, a small fast dark bird against dark background is not the easiest case, but i succeeded in taking some pictures.
Fredrik Norling | July 4, 2018