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Scandinavia

Scandinavia offers a charter experience that you cannot find anywhere else in Europe. This charter destination is surrounded by the Baltic and the North Sea, and is an ideal alternative to typical holiday breaks in the sun. During the summer, this part of the world lights up and produces some stunning views, surrounding you with incredible scenery. Scandinavians are well known for their hospitality and warmth, giving you the most pleasant experience both onboard and on the shore. If you are looking for tranquility in a spectacular setting, Scandinavia is the place for you.

 

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Suggested Itinerary

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Norway:

Oslo, capital of Norway, is renowned for its great sea food, fresh from the North Sea. There is a huge range of activities for you to do here. The Royal Palace is surrounded by the most beautiful park and for those of you who are more active, you can do some hiking and take in the incredible scenery

Sweden:

Sweden has recently become a great competitor for producing the best food in Europe. Stockholm, the capital has six restaurants with Michelin Stars. There is also a selection of great museums to visit and a great number of sights.

Denmark:

The capital city of Denmark is Copenhagen and it was formerly a Viking stronghold in Europe. It is absolutely stunning: with very quirky architecture. There are plenty of museums and historical sites to visit and even a Carlsberg Brewery where you can do some « beer tasting ».

Finland:

Helsinki is the capital of Finland. There is so much to see here: art museums, parks, cathedrals, and churches.


One week itinerary - Lofoten Islands

Day 1: Embarkation in Svolvaer, the bustling port town. As busy as it gets in Lofoten, Svolvaer is set amongst a stunning backdrop of towering mountains.  Your captain and crew will be waiting to greet you with a welcome drink.

Day 2: Set sail for Nusfjord, one of the oldest and best preserved fishing villages in Norway. The charming harbour is nestled between the deep red wooden buildings.

Day 3: Head to the breathtaking village of Reine. Red and white fisherman’s huts line the shoreline of a tranquil lagoon alongside towering granite peaks. A calm village, Reine cannot be beaten for spectacular panoramas. Hike Reinebringen, a short but steep climb but one which offers some of the most stunning views in all of the Lofoten Islands.

Day 4: Enjoy a relaxing cruise to A, a small fishing village up until the 1990s but now frequented by tourists for its stunning scenery.

Day 5: Set sail to Hennengsvaer. “The Venice of Lofoten,”  Henningsvaer is certainly the brightest and trendiest place in the archipelago.  Dine ashore at Fiskekrogen, a favourite of the Norwegian royal family.

Day 6:  Cruise the Skrova island group. The islands offer everything from white sanded beaches and aquamarine water to skiing and aurora borealis.  Embark on a whale or eagle watching safari or visit the Skrova Lighthouse which was constructed in 1922 and stands on one of the southernmost islands in the group.

Day 7: Set sail for the breaktaking Trollfjord, a 2km sidearm of the Raftsund between the Lofoten Islands and  the Vesteralen Archipelago.  The entrance to the fjord is only 100m wide whilst the surrounding mountains are as high as 1100m. Their steep sides and the circling sea eagles add to the dramatic landscape. Return to Svolvaer and spend the night at the port town.

Day 8: Disembarkation in Svolvaer.


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