Sailing Holidays

Suggested 1 week itinerary from Stockholm

DAY 1 : Embarkation at Saltsjo-Duvnas. The restaurant in the marina is very popular. There are supermarkets within a short taxi ride.
DAY 2 : Grinda has a nice guest harbour with 2 restaurants, showers and shops. Framfickan Bistro is a great place to eat on the edge of the shore.
DAY 3 : Finnhamn (12nm) is a group of 3 islands bordering the open sea "Stora Jolpen", "Lilla Jolpen" and Idholmen. You can swim from the rocks or from small sandy beaches. There is a nice restuarant Finnhamns Cafe & Krog with a lovely seaview and a supermarket open during summer.
DAY 4 : Sandhamn (16nm) is a summer resort and a popular sailing destination in the outer archipelago -often called "Cowes of the North". Moor in the main marina or in Lokholmen with ferry link to Sandhamn. The harbour is very attractive with restaurants, cafes and shops. A short walk across the island takes you to sandy beaches.
DAY 5 :Malma Kvarn (12nm) is a small harbour with a cosy restaurant, much loved by clients. The approach is simple through Orsundet to the southeast
DAY 6 : In Wasahamnen (24nm) harbour you are in the heart of Stockholm City with museums, art galleries and restaurants all within walking distance.
DAY 7: Return to Saltsjo-Duvnas (7nm). The train connects you to central Stockholm.


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