Located at the crossroad of Northern Europe, Sweden remains a highlight of any Baltic Sea charter, famed for its bright nights, gorgeous nature, as well as its unique nordic culture, and summer festivals. The country’s beautiful and prestigious reputation attracts a multitude of people and offers a plethora of things to discover.
With over 100,000 lakes, no Swedish charter is complete without a stay in a traditional lake house where you can enjoy lakeside barbecues with fresh seafood and local game. Famed for its lush green forests, impressive mountain ranges, midnight sun, and northern lights, Sweden is the perfect haven for any nature lovers out there.
Explore Stockholm’s top-tier restaurants, bars, and nightlife, then head out to the Aland islands, and north to experience midnight sun to top up your tan. There is something to do for everyone in Sweden making it the perfect destination to charter a yacht.
Discover the amazing island Arholma on your private yacht charter. This tiny island rose from the sea during the stone age, and only stretches up to 25 metres above land. The roads are lined with historical stone houses that would have housed the hunters and fishermen that initially inhabited Arholma. These streets will really take you back in time. You can also spot the sheep and cattle scattered around the island, casually grazing. This little haven is the perfect place to begin your yacht charter.
Söderarm is a place of outstanding natural beauty, surrounded by stunning views of the Baltic Sea, and other archipelagic islands. This island also has a long history, with a picturesque lighthouse from 1839 sitting proudly at one of the highest points on the island. Short tours of the lighthouse are available, to showcase the history of Söderarm. One of the main attractions of the island is an old World War II bunker that has been converted into a wood-fired sauna! There is also a range of activities available on the island, such as fishing and archery. Retreat after a day on this captivating island, back to your own private luxury yacht.
Stora Nassa is a protected marine and land wildlife reserve, making it one of the most special places in the Stockholm archipelago. The island houses a myriad of species, including sea birds, crustaceans, and fish. The birds are actually so protected that for a large portion of the year, their habitats aren't even approachable! But for the remainder of the year, you can walk through the beautiful wooded area, and keep an eye out for the unique species that call the forest their home.
Explore Sandhamn, a stunning settlement just off the coast of Sweden. Filled to the brim with traditional restaurants, authentic shops and cafes, Sandhamm provides the opportunity for a fully immersive Swedish experience. Discover the traditional Swedish cuisine, and meet some of the incredibly friendly locals. Enjoy the soft sand beaches, lined by pine trees, that reportedly have a surprisingly Mediterranean feel, especially during summer months!
Skärvassa, Nämdö is one of the oldest islands in the archipelago, and first appeared on Swedish sailing maps in the 13th century. This gorgeous little island has a wood-fired sauna, so you can warm up inside, and then cool down by taking a refreshing dip from one of the beaches lining the island.
Saltsjöbaden houses the elites of Swedish society. This almost isolated community is most famous for having one of the best hotels in Sweden, that offers its amenities to all foreigners. Laze in the spa, or take a dip in the pool, open until late at night. Enjoy the renowned bars and restaurants inside the hotel, for a day of absolute luxury. The island also sports a military museum, in memory of the Second World War, that plays a significant part in the island's history. There are also some impressive cathedrals and churches here, providing an afternoon of cultural exploration.
Byttafladen is famed for its astounding lagoons and lakes. The clear blue waters make for quite the view. Your experienced crew will carefully help the yacht through the difficult entrance to the lagoon, where you will be able to enjoy incredible hiking, and fantastic panoramic views all around you.
Enjoy your final day on your yacht charter in Sweden's bustling capital, Stockholm. Stroll along the gorgeous waterfront promenades and harbours and hop from island to island by bike or ferry ride. The picturesque city is famous for its beautiful Baroque architecture which can be viewed at the top of Skinnarviksberget hill in Södermalm, the highest point in Stockholm. With an impressive array of restaurants, museums, art galleries, and parks you will not be short of things to do here.