Northern Europe and the Baltics
Enjoy a historical and artistic journey to the Scandinavian and Baltic regions of Europe. Tour castles, cathedrals, and palaces from a charter yacht at a pace and time you determine.
With canals twisting throughout, destinations in Northern Europe are often nicknamed the “Venice of the North.” Intricate waterways rimmed by stately and charming historic buildings and luxuriant parks beckon the charter adventurer. In the medieval settings of the Baltic capitals — Riga, Latvia, and Tallinn, Estonia, among them — cobblestone walkways wind through well-tended gardens and civilized cityscapes. Or, try the majestic city of Helsinki, which offers a warm community feel and a unique mixture of neoclassical and modern architecture.
Adventure and history will guide any explorer through these diverse cultures, whether traveling to Norway or Lithuania. The numerous countries that border the Baltic region include Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Finland, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, and Sweden. The major areas that create the region include the central Baltic Sea, the Gulf of Finland, the Gulf of Bothnia, Kattegat, and Skagerrak, stretching approximately 413,000 kilometers.