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Best Time for a Sailing Trip to Finland

by Naleia Yachting Tour Organizer

Do you plan to have a  sailing trip in Finland? You have to decide how much you want to sail or where you want to sail and also the right time for sailing trip in Finland. Finland is the perfect sailing destination in summer.  Summer nights are mostly calm, filled with light. Regardless of your sailing experience whether looking for challenges out on the water, or exploring new places, sailing trip in Finland can offer you an unforgettable sailing experience.

 

Finns describe their country in a way that it allows to enjoy every season! The main thing about tourism in Finland is its nature! It is a land of extremes where each month contrasts wildly!  It experiences freezing winters with limited daylight. Also, its warm summers have up to 20 hours of sunshine during the day. The Northern lights can be seen from time to time throughout the year. The perfect time to visit depends on whether you want snow or sunshine! You should decided when to visit Finland based on your personal expectations


Finland may be small in size but its sparkling sunny time of the year make it burst into life!  When choosing the dates for your sailing trip in Finland, you might want to take into account the temperatures and length of daylight as well. If you plan your Finland sailing trip in January and February, the amounts of sunlight will be quite short. However, if you plan to come at the end of winter months say March or early April, you can still enjoy the winter atmosphere with much longer daylight hours. It seems to be perfect for your sailing trip in Finland.

 

Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) are one of the most impressive natural phenomenons that happen in Finland. The auroras can not only be seen in bitterly cold weather but also seen in the spring and fall as well. You can unite auroras and sailing trip to admire the northern lights from a sailing boat in the Finnish archipelago. Nights are so light during the summer months hence you may not be able to see the auroras even if these would be there in the hours of darkness! During August or September, the nights get darker. If you plan to come on such time, it will give you better option to see the auroras at its best but it will be considerably colder than in July or June

 

In Finland, you can have a tremendous opportunity to cruise and even take a swim or flow in the icy waters. Travelers can walk or even swim in the crushed freezing water. You’ll be supplied a special flotation survival suit, which will make you float so no need also to be able to swim. When you put on your foot into the water, you’ll be surprised to feel the water warmer than the air above it. A guided sailing trip inside the giant ship can be exciting as well. A sailing trip in Finland can take you to one of the most outstanding trips of your life.

 

Conclusion

Are you looking for a new yet exciting idea for your sailing holidays in Finland? Reputed travel operators offer exclusive sailing trips in Finland. They provide the best itineraries and advice you the most excellent time as per your travel need and make your sailing trip in Finland unforgettable. The travel operators also have vast experience in sailing and offer to explore several destinations including the untouched parts of the area before heading into the town. They make your entire sailing trip in Finland flexible, so you can spend your days how you choose. Navigate the maze of small islands with the sailing trips and enjoy all the beauty of nature that Finland has to offer.

 

Authors Bio

This article is written by Naleia Yachting- offer freedom to enjoy the sailing trip in Finland, help to explore the location they are in and allow to make impulsive travel ideas come to life.


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Created on Apr 12th 2019 08:40. Viewed 251 times.

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