We have now held our blog for three unforgettable boating seasons. Our target audience has been in Finland and blog language has been Finnish. During this season our stories have been read by more than 600 unique visitors monthly. We’ve
We’ve added a Library as a new item to the top menu. Into the library we’ll collect stories, columns and publications which are related to Suwena or boating in general. For example we have been asked about a check list
We were recognised by our yacht club Oulun Merenkävijät. The annual presentation of awards was held in our yacht club on the 2nd of October. We were awarded by the prize of Kallein Puntari which is nominated for active motor-boater.
The island of Kaunissaari is very popular boating destination in the Eastern Gulf of Finland where large number of people come to celebrate both Midnight Sun and night of ancient lights. Also Suwena participated in the party of nightless night
The season 2010 was the third boating season for Suwena’s crew. Incredibly warm summer offered very enjoyable moments for all sailors. Here follows some highlights of Suwena’s last summer adventures. Our original voyage plan was to sail around the Finland
During the season 2010 we visited in 40 different ports and anchorages from which we rank the following places. Top five marinas Sapokka in Kotka Kaupunginlahti in Lappeenranta Verkan in Korpoo HMVK, Helsingin Moottorivenekerho in Helsinki Pakkahuone in Uusikaupunki Top
In the middle of the summer what is common between steam icebreaker and northern pike? Both of them you can see in a city by the sea, Kotka. During June 2010 Suwena had adventure there as well.
During the last summer Suwena visited in idyllic city of Porvoo where we spent several days. There are a plenty to see in Porvoo with the Old Town, colourful riverside warehouses and happy local people. From the last summer blog
One of the most impressive anchorages during the last summer was Villinki island, which surprised us by scenic beauty and natural quiet, even though it is located in the heart of Helsinki, only four nautical miles from the market square
Archipelago Sea is one of the most exciting sailing areas in Finland. Its twenty thousand islands offer plenty to explore. In July 2010 we spent pleasant moments exploring the Turku archipelago. Despite of that there are still much to see