Northern Delights

9 Days, from Sweden to Finland

Regarded as one of Europe’s most pristine cruising grounds, the waterways of Scandinavia are ideal for unique and tranquil charters. From their sleepy fishing villages to medieval castles, the region provides an abundance of charter experiences. The sample itinerary is just an example of the endless cruising possibilities that the Baltic region has to offer. The waters surrounding the coastline of Denmark offer excellent sailing conditions along a landscape peppered with fishing villages and long, white sand beaches. The dramatic fjords and tranquil islets of the Norwegian coastline draw many charterers to the area. From Bergen, cruise along Norway’s western coastline with stops in Florø, Måløy and Ålesund, before making the detour into striking Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and then continuing via Molde, Kristiansund and Rovik to Trondheim. For the truly adventurous, a charter through the cruising grounds of Iceland offers spectacular scenery. The coastline is dotted with glaciers, dramatic fjords and ice caps and is home to plenty of wildlife. Finland has been attracting seafarers with its natural wonders and vibrant cities for hundreds of years. The cruising grounds are ideal for an action packed charter, with activities aplenty including fishing, hiking and kayaking. The northern lights can also be seen in the northern Lapland region.

  • Day 1 & 2 Stockholm, Sweden

    Spend a few days exploring lively Stockholm – arguably one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world.Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the North’, the city is spread across 14 islands. The Port of Stockholm is located at its centre and is the perfect place to embark on a cruise.

  • Day 3 & 4 Stockholm – Gotland

    From Stockholm, cruise south to Gotland, the largest island in the Baltic.Enjoy breathtaking scenery, picturesque streets with chic boutiques, and perfect waters for all manner of water sports, including fishing.

  • Day 5 & 6 Gotland – Malmo

    Further south, at the tip of Sweden’s coastline, lies the stylish city of Malmo.Abounding in striking architecture and charming waterfront districts, Malmo’s dynamic centre is bursting with cafés and restaurants, as well as modern design stores.

  • Day 7, 8 & 9 Malmo – Gothenburg

    Cruise up the west coast to Sweden’s second largest city, Gothenburg.The coastline between Gothenburg and the Norwegian border is the most scenic of the region. The offlying archipelago of thousands of small islands brims with marine animals and fishing adventures.

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