Hit enter to search or ESC to close
Kastellholmen, Stockholm, Sweden

Yacht Experiences

Coastal Discovery in The Baltic Sea

With its coastline home to a collection of cultural and natural treasures, the Baltic Sea is one of the most magical locations to explore by yacht. From surfing in the most northerly spot in the Arctic Circle or paragliding from snow-capped peaks to your yacht, to spending the evening at the opera or sampling premium Russian vodka and caviar, the Baltic Sea is the ideal destination to indulge the adventurer in you. Be it high-octane activities or cultural discovery and immersion, this yacht expedition has it all.

When to go:
May – August

St. Petersburg, Russia

Also known as The City of the Czars, St. Petersburg is home to some of the country’s most impressive architecture. Whilst cruising down the canal, you will be allured by the grandiose palaces and cathedrals that date back to the 18th Century.

Immerse yourself in Russia’s rich cultural heritage and attend a privatised viewing of the Menshikov Palace, before watching an exclusive 17-18th century classical concert. Settle in for a sophisticated evening spent at the legendary Alexandrinsky Theatre to watch the ballet, before indulging in the finest Russian cuisine in a stunning Art Nouveau setting. Here you’ll enjoy a delightful dinner accompanied by a champagne and caviar pairing presented by Dom Perignon’s St. Petersburg ambassador. A delightful dip into the lavish Russian lifestyle to begin your adventure of the Baltics.

Lake Ladoga, Russia

As the largest lake in Europe, Lake Ladoga is a vast expanse of idyllic shoreline and wild alpine forest that is home to a wondrous array of flora and fauna. Hike through the immense surrounding forests and fish with an expert hunter before cooking your catch on the shoreline. Spend an evening at a private lodge deep in the wilderness, where you’ll be treated to a vodka and caviar tasting experience before sampling authentic cuisine prepared by a renowned chef. For a bit of competitive fun, drive 4×4’s around hairpin bends and over river crossings, a truly exhilarating experience to feed the adrenaline seeker in you. Conclude your time on the lake as you dine within the walls of an old fortress, accompanied by live music and dancing.

Finland

A Scandinavian gem that is renowned for its thousands of islands, take in this breath-taking country as you kayak through pristine lakes, abseil down steep facades or, witness the epic Finnish backdrop from above as you take to the skies in a parachute or hot air balloon. You’ll hike the beautiful, yet immensely rugged topography in search of bears and elks. Admire mystical flora and fauna, fish under the midnight sun or explore the alpine forests in the ultimate 4×4 off-roading experience.

Immerse yourself in Finland’s culture by experiencing a Finnish smoke sauna, or fly to Lapland where you will be welcomed into a traditional Sami village for a day of music, dancing and culinary delights.

SWEDEN

Explore the charm of Sweden by foot and walk the quaint streets of Stockholm, admiring a city of cutting edge design before cruising to the idyllic Island of Gotland, boasting white sand dunes, peaceful inlets and pristine waters. Here you can feed the inquisitive historian in you and go off-roading with an archaeologist to uncover the islands Viking history and to witness stone-age skeletons and 12th-century turrets.

Once anchored off Malmo, you’ll drive classic cars into Copenhagen and explore wondrous gardens, vibrant food courts and an array of museums before spending the afternoon at the Royal Danish Opera.

Cruise to Gothenburg where you’ll accompany a local fisherman catching lobsters and collecting oysters around the Weather Islands. Snorkel and scuba dive in the crystal-clear waters of Bohuslän and enjoy an exclusive lunch in the old Marstrand fortress. Sweden is a haven of rich diversity awaiting your exploration.

Kayaking in Finland Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway
Boats on a Still Body of Water in Finland Hot Air Balloons

NORWAY

Norway’s Southwest coast offers an abundance when explored by yacht, from surfing on the fjord peninsula at Hoddevika to heli-skiing in the height of summer on the Tystigbreen Glacier before paragliding down from one of its peaks to your yacht’s tender.  

Fuel the high octane adventurer within you and abseil an 80-metre drop on Flydalsjuvet rock or raft down the Valldøla river. Fish with locals or have fun with jet skis and other water sport activities, to explore the wonderous scenery Norway has to offer.

Spend an evening at an authentic Norwegian lodge surrounded by the mystical alpine backdrop or wake up in the heart of the Fjords in Geiranger, surrounded by magical waterfalls and snow-capped mountains.

Mountain bike or E-bike the famous Atlantic road, an 80km stretch from Kristiansun to Bud, voted Norway’s best cycle route, before unwinding and taking in wonderful views, whilst fine-dining in a glass hotel overlooking Norway’s incredible landscape – a truly magical experience.