With almost 62 000 lakes and over 4 500 km of coastline, Finland offers a unique opportunity for the sailor or water sportsman.
The main sailing season in Finland is from the end of May to the beginning of September. The long daylight compensates for the short sailing season.
The weather conditions in Finland are very unstable. Weather changes are possible in all seasons, from warm to cool or cold to warmer. July is the warmest month with an average temperature of 17°C.
The supply opportunities along the Finnish coast are now very well developed and offered in many regions (Helsinki, Turku, Hanko, Rauma, and Loviisa) very good opportunities for provisioning, repair and workshops, small shipyards etc.
In the nature reserves the mooring and anchoring is (completely) prohibited or at least between 1 April to 31 July.
The Aland Islands, Tammisaari Islands, in the Gulf of Bothnia, Linnansaari, Koli, Päijänne and Kolovesi are the exceptions.
Taalintehdas and Mariehamn are probably the most popular start/finish points for a sailing trip.
For an individual charter offer for Finland we are at your disposal via Email at firstname.lastname@example.org .