Fancy a change?

Explore these exciting destinations outside the Mediterranean.

Atlantic & Baltic Sailing Holidays

Sail somewhere different on your next sailing holiday. These sailing areas outside the Med offer scenic sailing that's just a bit surprising. You'll need a knowledge of tides for Brittany and experience of strong wind sailing for Tenerife.

Click on the cruising areas below for more details of yachting holidays in the Atlantic & Baltic.

Sweden

Explore the hundreds of offshore islands off the east coast from Stockholm or off the west coast from Gotenborg. These archipelagos form a necklace of islands with sheltered natural harbours and traditional fishing villages. A yacht charter holiday in Sweden will be entirely unique. 


Brittany

Explore the charming Breton coastline on a yacht charter holiday in Southern Brittany in France. Brittany offers a charming cruising areas with a very scenic coastline to more experienced sailors who have a knowledge of tides. Yachts are based at La Trinite sur Mer. 


Tenerife

Tenerife provides superb sailing all year round. Sailing gives you the chance to visit islands long considered the world’s end until the discovery of America. More experienced sailors will enjoy the stronger winds and longer passages between the islands. 

Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden, is built on 14 islands and is known as Venice of the North. The islands are connected by bridges giving easy walking access to all the main tourist sights and gardens. The old town is a must for some real character with wooden houses on cobbled streets. Visit the Royal Place, Vassa Museum, Storkyrkan Cathedral, Drottningholm Palace and the 500' high Kaknas TV Tower - the view of the city from above is spectacular! 

We arranged for Duncan Kent, Editor of Sailing Today, to charter an Ovni 385 in Brittany."Boys Charter in Brittany" appeared in Sailing Today, April 2008. Click here to read it >>

San Sebastian, the capital of La Gomera, is a little seafaring town and Columbus' last port of call before heading across the Atlantic. You can visit his house, a small museum in a 400 year old fortress, and the Church of the Assumption where he attended mass. San Sebastian is not a tourist centre but it has a good variety of shops, bars and restaurants, a yacht marina, beach and large public lido. The port is in the east and within the port is its beach.

"A couple of years ago a colleague recommended Nautilus to me. We have just spent a week with our family on a Nautilus chartered boat sailing on the Ionian sea. It was a fantastic experience, not the least made possible by your professional organisation, including the local base, and skipper. Thank you. "
Lefkas 2014 - J.vI

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