Boat trip on the Baltic Sea

When you are in Stockholm, one of the best things to do is going on a cruise on the Baltic Sea . A popular route is a short tip to Mariehamn, the capital of Åland Islands which is an autonomous territory belonging to Finland.

On a gorgeous day in August 2007, me and my son boarded Isabella, which is called Isabelle today, for a day trip. We sailed off in the morning in Stockholm, turned around in the harbor of Mariehamn and got back to the Swedish capital around sunset time.

Enjoy this beautiful summer journey on the Baltic Sea with us! Click on any of the pictures for larger sizes.

Even more photos, click on the picture for the album:

Baltic Sea boat trip 2007 Aug

Also, with a little music:

HOW TO BOOK YOUR BOAT TRIP TO FINLAND:

Ferries from Åland and Finland arrive daily at Stadsgårdskajen, close to Slussen in central Stockholm. If you’d like to extend your weekend in Stockholm with a visit to Tallinn you can make the trip with Birka Cruises or Viking Line from here. You can walk or take the bus from Stadsgårdskajen to the Slussen underground station.

WHERE TO STAY IN STOCKHOLM:

You can choose for a wide variety of options, according to your budget and other preferences. Here you find the best deals, guaranteed:

Save on your hotel - www.hotelscombined.com

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