Yacht Charter Sweden
Yacht Charter Sweden
Sweden forms half of the Scandinavian Peninsula. It encloses the Baltic Sea on its east and has the North Sea on its West Coast. Sweden's two coastlines offer some of the best cruising areas in the world. The season for yacht charter Sweden is June-September.
The Stockholm Archipelago is a fantastic cruising area on the Swedish East Coast just outside the Swedish capital city of Stockholm. The archipelago consists of 24,000 islands. It is not difficult to find yachts to charter and there are plenty of well-equipped ports. On some islands, you will find picturesque restaurants, hotels and country stores, while other islands have only natural harbors or are entirely deserted. There is plenty of variation, and a wealth of wildlife.
If you cruise further South from Stockholm you will experience a less exploited archipelago. It is less popular than the Stockholm area, but some think it is even more beautiful as it abounds with idyllic natural harbors. You are often all alone, even in the middle of the summer. If you sail to the island of Gotland you will think that you have arrived in a different country. Gotland has a beautiful natural scenery; nice beaches and those who are interested in culture will have to work hard to cover everything there is to be seen.
Sweden's West Coast is one of the most spectacular sailing areas in Europe. Thousands of islands lie scattered along the coast from Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city, all the way up to Oslo the Norwegian capital. Find some of the many untouched spots, and explore the charming little fishing villages. Yacht charter Sweden has really a lot to offer, but you need good knowledge in navigation since there is a lot of rocks and small islands.
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Sailing in the Swedish Archipelago
Typical Swedish after work activity... except for the Porsche :-)
Good promotional video. Both for the yacht manufacturer Najad and the Swedish archipelago.