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If you prefer hot weather, the North may not be good enough for you. Lovers of culture, sport, and fine cuisine will be rewarded, if they charter a yacht in the Baltic Sea.

The mysterious, surprising, and delightfully harsh Baltic Sea offers short voyages between secluded islands and northern cities, among which are Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Jurmala, Klaipeda, and more.

Steeped in history and wrapped in enchanting landscapes, ancient ruins and modern megalopolises, these northern lands have a never ending appeal for those who dare to conquer the rugged Baltic.

Cruising areas of the Baltic Sea can boast of European charm and pristine coastlines known for their natural beauty. This mix of archaic landscapes of scattered idyllic islands and technology-driven, vibrant, and dynamic cities has everything you could ever want for an exciting voyage along an “unhacked” superyacht route.

Finland

Grab a bite to eat at Kauppatori located on the waterfront. And then head inland to the stone-carved church. Temppeliaukio has fantastic acoustics. Buy a ticket to an organ recital and enjoy beautiful music.

And if rock music is to your liking, yacht to the shores of Turku, once the cultural capital of Europe. One of the main events in Turku is the world’s oldest rock festival Ruisrock.

Sweden

You cannot yacht to the shores of Sweden without visiting Stockholm. Spread out over 14 islands, the capital is bound together by dozens of bridges and has numerous museums and cultural monuments. Head to the shores of Djurgården, wander around the open-air ethnomuseum Skansen, and visit the Swedish “Titanic” - the Vasa Museum.

Russia

St. Petersburg is rightly considered to be Russia’s cultural center. Russia’s northern capital is a harmonious synthesis of its past and dynamic future. Stay here for a day to experience a unique atmosphere of the city and then board your yacht for one of the most adventurous voyages of your life. St. Petersburg is a great departure point for a private yacht voyage around the Baltic Sea countries.

Denmark

The quiet Danish capital is perfect for family and romantic holidays. Copenhagen is a very compact, cozy, postcard city. Rent a bike and explore the city at your own pace. While sightseeing, grab a famous Smørrebrød bite. If simple food is not to your liking, go to one of the Michelin-starred restaurants, which are plentiful in Copenhagen!