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Superyacht Services in Northern Europe, The Baltic & Northern Latitudes

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About Denmark

Denmark has a number of characteristics that distinguish it from its northern European neighbours; with 406 islands, 7314 km of coastline and you are never more than 30 miles from the sea!

About Estonia

Tallinn on the northern coast of Estonia is the capital & largest city of Estonia, boasting a vibrant culture, historical architecture, informative museums, gourmet restaurants & an atmospheric old town of medieval streets – all easily explored on foot.

About Finland

Finland is another unique destination, with a patchwork of lakes, archipelagos and dramatic wilderness, all buzzing with outdoor activity in the Summer; from white water rafting and canoeing, fishing and vast expanses of forests, outdoor saunas, the northern regions of Lapland to the beautiful cultural capital city of Helsinki and its wonderful cruising ground.

About Germany

Many yacht services are based out of Germany, but it is the major northern port city of Hamburg, connected to the North Sea by the River Elbe – that is best known – particularly for the ship building/ Refit giant Lurssen at Blohm & Voss.

About Norway

Norway’s treasures lie in a collection of fjords that are awe inspiring and humbling; two of which have been classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

About Poland

Gdansk is one of Poland’s most beautiful cities with a unique atmosphere that sets it apart from other cities in Poland.

About Russia

St Petersburg is Russia’s cultural centre & port city on the Baltic Sea.

About Scandinavia

With Norway’s incredible scenery of mountains, fjords & islands; Sweden’s long coastline and culture; Finland’s Midnight Sun and snowy Lapland, and Denmark’s 400 islands and diverse natural beauty – a visit to Scandinavia is seriously inspirational.

About Sweden

Sweden offers everything from cosmopolitan cities and medieval towns to incredible wilderness, archipelagos of islands, diverse coastlines, fishing excursions and the unparalleled peace and quiet of the secluded inland regions with its stunning countryside and fascinating wildlife.

About The Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea is the world’s largest expanse of brackish water, almost land locked by eastern Europe and noted for being shallow with an average depth of 56m; remarkably fresh with low salinity and a general absence of tidal currents.