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.


Prices given below. Click on the yacht names to view yacht layout & specification

"I wanted to let you know we all had a brilliant time sailing Sardinia and Corsica, possibly the best in 12 years. The charter company was most efficient and we had 3 very similar Sun Odyssey 44i’s all in good condition, plenty of wind and sun, perfect. Of course now we want the same yachts and weather but different venue for next year!"
Sardinia 2016 - J.H.


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