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Midweek in the Danish South Sea and along the German coast

16 September 2024 10:00
20 September 2024 16:00
Sailing area
Baltic Sea
Port of departure
Kiel (DE)
Port of arrival
Kiel (DE)

From Kiel, you can discover the pearls of the Baltic Sea, the Danish islands, each of which has its own unique character. On the island of Aerø you will come across the small town of Marstal, which has an interesting maritime museum, and Aerøskøbing, where you can be enchanted by the fairytale world of Hans Christian Andersen. On Fyn, the second largest Danish island, we can dock in lively towns such as Svendborg and Fåborg. The latter has a medieval town centre that is well worth seeing. Sønderborg on the island of Als is also one of the larger towns and even Queen Margrethe spends a few weeks here every year with the royal yacht Dannebrog. But it’s not just the big cities, it’s the smaller towns and islands that make this region so charming. South of Fyn, between the Little Belt and the Great Belt, lies a chain of islands that should not be missed. On Lyø, Avernakø and our personal favourite Strynø, you can wander a little longer between cornfields and fruit trees into the village. There you will find a small shopkeeper, maybe even a krø (Danish for pub) and a few flea market items and food are sold in front of every house. Money in a jam jar and that’s it – typical Denmark! These are the quiet islands for real nature lovers.

Of course, the German Baltic coast also has its charm. In the land of the fjords between Kiel, Eckernförde, the Schlei and Flensburg, where Vikings once sought shelter and settled their villages, many fishermen now live, but tourism is also widespread. Between cliffs and rapeseed fields, the area is characterised by campsites, marinas and small villages with half-timbered houses. To the east of the Bay of Kiel, we come across the island of Fehmarn with its mini harbour Orth, where the large sailing boats are always an attraction (and just about fit in). Would you like something a little busier? Then we turn off shortly before Fehmarn to Heiligenhafen opposite and wander through the cosy pubs around the lively market square.

In just a few days, we can offer you a lot of variety in this area. Possible stopovers are always dependent on wind and weather.


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Frequently asked questions

If you are travelling alone and have not booked a private cabin, you will be accommodated in a shared cabin. Shared cabins are normally occupied separately by gender Only on the Belle Amie and Seatrips yachts there are sometimes mixed cabins.

Yes, this is possible. However, there is only one menu per day on the programme. Therefore, please let us know during your booking if you have any special dietary requirements.

In principle, all our trips are suitable for both experienced and novice sailors. The professional crew on board will teach you everything you need to know. In some cases (e.g. on Atlantic crossings) initial sailing experience may be an advantage/requirement. In this case, this will be clearly indicated in the cruise description.


Double cabin
Adult€ 750 p.p.
Single cabin
Adult€ 1.125 p.p.

Included in price

Accommodation in comfortable double cabins
"Join-in"- full board
Water, coffee, tea
Complete bedding
Port charges and tourist tax
Final cleaning and fuel costs
Insolvency insurance (VZR Garant guarantee fund)

Not included in price

Travel to/from the port of departure
Towels (for rent on board)
Drinks (available on board at reasonable prices)
Travel/cancellation insurance

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