Yacht rental in the Baltic coast of Sweden is easy with Sailica. Our experts will gladly help you to choose a yacht in Sweden, plan a perfect route and offer a hot price of renting a yacht. You should have an international qualification for sailing in Sweden. If you don’t have it, you can hire a boat with the crew.
Yacht rental in the Baltic coast of Sweden
The Baltic coast of Sweden is perfect for private yacht charter. Rugged rocky shores and 14 islands offer a variety of sailing routes and trips to cities like Stockholm. The main locations and marinas are in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Lidingö.
Stockholm is conveniently located on the channels that connect Lake Mälaren with the Baltic Sea. The Stockholm archipelago includes 24,000 islands. Gotland and Öland are the largest islands of the country. They are convenient for yachtsmen because of the comfortable bays, a huge choice of cafes, restaurants and bars, yacht charters and tourist-oriented infrastructure.
- There are 5 archipelagos in the country, and each of them will charm you with the authentic culture of small towns and the diversity of nature.
- The climate in Sweden is moderate, the high season for yacht trips is rather short, from June to August. In the low season the weather is quite cold here, and strong winds make sailing difficult.
- Inland water routes, such as the Göta Canal, are perfect for relaxing and exploring the country during a yacht tour. In the West, you can sail from Gothenburg to the borders of Norway, or conquer the Stockholm archipelago in the East.
Routes and Events in The Baltic coast of Sweden
Landmarks and architectural monuments, national parks and ancient museums — there is something to see on each of the islands of Sweden.
If your plans include not only yacht leasing, but also visiting events in Sweden, then you can consider these ones:
- On the day of the summer solstice, Sweden celebrates Midsummer. On this day, you can see huge bonfires in villages and folk festivals in the cities of Sweden;
- In the city of Åmål in July, you can enjoy the rhythms of blues from musicians who come to the festival from all around the world. Sweden is a musical country and there are festivals here all the time.
Tourists visit Sweden not for a beach holiday, as this country is not a warm one. The heart of Scandinavia is famous for other things — beautiful nature, ski resorts, local coloring, and a high standard of living. The latter, of course, affects the price of recreation in this country, so the only way to save some money is to book an accommodation and other services in advance.