That's right. Wilhelm II loved the Norwegian Fjords.
SM Hohenzollern was anchored off Balholm (Balestrand) far into the Sogne-Fjord in western Norway and Wilhelm II visiting the artist Professor Dahl when he was told that Franz Ferdinand had been shot in Sarajevo and he had to rush back to Berlin.
Norwegian TV program, "Fotografen og keisaren", the photographer and the emperor, about a young Norwegian girl (the daughter of the Russian consul in Bergen) who holidayed alongside the emperor in Balestrand and took lots of photos of the imperial retinue: https://vimeo.com/96922960
The young girls were invited on board the Hohenzollern for balls and a ladies rowing race. The two old ladies are the daughters of the girl who took the photos (the films are probably from official Norwegian or German news sources): Magdalene Elisabeth Kroepelien Gran. NB the Kaiser himself did not dance, they danced with the young officers and members of the court.
Young miss Gran apparantly had a bit of a romance with one of the officers, Lieutenant Walter Dose, who survived the war and ended up as a rear admiral and again knocked on the door of Magdalene, by then mrs. Architect Nicolai Beer, when he came to Norway during WW2. She turned him away as the enemy, but after her husband died in 1950 they got in touch again.
They year before the outbreak of the war, the imperial visit, properly documented by miss Gran, had featured the Kaiser (and a less enthusiastic King Haakon VII!) unveiling his gigantic gift to his host country, an enormous statue of the legendary local Viking hero Fritjof: See more info here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fri%C3%B0%C3%BEj%C3%B3fs_saga_hins_fr%C5%93kna#Statue_of_Fridtjof
Notice from 22:44 to 23:24 the locals watching the imperial ball in Professor Dahl's garden from behind the fence!