Northern Europe Yacht Charter
Rivers, lakes, lochs and fjords connect to create a series of spectacular travel experiences that showcase Northern Europe’s natural wonders. From sailing the serene splendour of Norway’s millennia-old fjords and kayaking in Sweden’s 100,000-plus lakes to wild swimming in one of Scotland’s historic lochs, waterbound adventures are a wonderful way to discover the region.
Dramatic scenery is found in every direction. Walkers flock to Ireland’s chiselled coastline to stride the legendary Cliffs of Moher and Dingle Way, while the sight of Iceland’s Great Geysir spuming water into the air is just one of the island nation’s most spectacular attractions. Fresh air pursuits of a more leisurely nature, plus a large helping of Viking history, beckon across Sweden’s charming Stockholm archipelago with yacht pitstops to island beaches and quaint fishing villages.
Northern Europe’s vibrant cities are steeped in history and home to incredible dining and entertainment experiences. Stop off in Copenhagen, Denmark’s architecturally eclectic hub packed with royal palaces, parks and hygge vibes or discover Dublin’s well-deserved reputation for warm Gaelic hospitality and Michelin dining, with no less than six starred venues to choose from.
Wherever the compass leads, if you’re lucky enough to catch the awe-inspiring beauty of the ethereal northern lights, then raise a glass to mother nature’s mesmerising power.
Destinations in the Northern Europe
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Vast archipelagos, pristine shores, tranquil forests, and Nordic allure grace Sweden’s coast.
Majestic fjords, towering cliffs, Arctic wonders, and awe-inspiring natural landscapes adorn Norway’s coast.
Quaint harbors, sandy dunes, charming villages, and maritime heritage embrace Denmark’s coast.
A word from an expert
“Chase the aurora borealis, cross the drawbridge of medieval castles, cruise through dramatic fjords and experience warm welcoming local hospitality as you travel through borders, cultures and centuries of history.”