The Baltic Sea is one of the most attractive sailing areas in Europe.The unique attractions of the Baltic Sea shore are sailing in the sheltered Bodden-and Haff waters, sailing on high seas, exploring tiny islands, the sheltered Sunde and the unsurpassable well-known Swedish Schären. With a calm sea and tranquil little harbours, these are just some of the things you have to look forward to on your chartered yacht visit in the Baltic Sea.
In the Stockholm archipelago a European like marina atmosphere with excellent services captivates the boaters.Having a versatile and safe selection of routes, fine scenery and peace of nature combined with the northern white nights give unforgettable enjoyment and pure pleasure to every sailor. Experience the open sea by sailing from Taalintehdas or Mariehamn to Stockholm. The Norwegian and Swedish coastlines are among the undiscovered gems of the world. May through August is normally the best periods to charter a yacht here, although an off season cruise on the western coast of Norway is an equally unforgettable experience, albeit with warm clothing and a warm yacht.
Once in Germany, explore the Rügen Islands, an archipelago of 30 small islands. The reason Rügen is so popular among Yacht Charter holidaymakers is due to the beauty and diversity of the landscape. The much saught after yacht charters on the Denmark coastline have sailing waters with many little islands, white beaches fringed with dunes and enchanting old fishing villages. Sonderborg, the fishing and commercial harbour of Fraborg, the dream bay Alssund, Aeroskoebing and Langeland are definitely destinations to be explored whilst in this area.
The Sweden coast has thousands of islands: Stockholm, St Anna and Grynt being only a few. These islands host endless choices of harbours, coves and inlets. A yacht charter will allow you to explore the coastlines of Finland, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and even Russia. Enjoy the cultural differences in each picturesque port and the culinary delights of the locals. Norways most pristine cruising area is Lofoten, where rugged pinnacles protrude from the sea. The most visited fjords are Vestlandet, which envelopes a long stretch of the Norwegian coastline.
With the wind in your hair and the taste of salt on your lips and miles of striking ocean surrounding you, the Baltic Sea offers an unimagined unique beauty that cannot be surpassed.