The island of Rügen is a great sailing destination. It is located on the southern Baltic Sea and we visited there with Suwena during our sailing voyage on the northern Germany’s coast in 2012. The sea area, in the south
Poland, one of the nine Baltic Sea countries, was our sailing destination during the summer of 2012. Kołobrzeg seemed to be a charming coastal city with huge beaches and happy people. Zeebrugge, the lighthouse and the waterfront promenades with surrounding
In the middle of the southern Baltic Sea there is the Danish island of Bornholm where we were sailing in the summer of 2012. During the tour around the island we found out that all the guest harbours were full
During the sailing on the Øresund strait we visited in Helsingør which has a significant Danish maritime heritage. So the Kronborg castle built in 1420 by the King Eric of Pomerania was certainly one of the places to explore in
In the summer of 2012 Suwena was sailing on the Kattegat from the island of Anholt to Helsingør in the wind of 15 knots.
There is an interesting partly deserted Danish island in the middle of the Kattegat. Anholt has been a long time very popular destination among sailors and we were really fascinated by Anholt as well.
What could be more relaxing than sailing on the sunny Kattegat when the gennaker is pulling quietly on the bow of Suwena.
Marstrand island was a great experience with many interesting sights and it is a popular haven among sailors. The Midsummer sailing to Marstrand was a great way to start celebrating the nightless night. The weekend was very relaxing and we
We were cruising with Suwena on the west coast of Sweden from lake Vänern to the Kattegat. There were quite a lot of ship and boat traffic on a canal and some sightseeing as well. Here are some moments of
Vadstena is one of the most famous historical towns in Sweden. We sailed to Vadstena during our voyage on the Göta canal. The sail on lake Vättern is only 9 nautical miles from Motala to Vadstena. It felt special to