Global Yacht Transport


Northern Europe Voyages

Northern Europe is rapidly emerging as one of the world’s most captivating yachting destinations. From the breathtaking fjords of Norway to the historic waterways of the Baltic Sea, this region beckons with a rich tapestry of experiences. Offering a harmonious blend of stunning natural beauty, diverse cultures, and a wealth of historical sites, including numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Northern Europe is a treasure trove for yacht enthusiasts.

The region encompasses a vast array of landscapes, from the rugged coastlines of Scotland to the serene beaches of the Scandinavian Peninsula. The charm of Northern Europe lies in its variety – every port, every sea, tells a different story. Whether it’s the midnight sun in the Arctic Circle or the medieval architecture of the Hanseatic cities, there is something to captivate every sailor’s heart.

As a leader in global boat transport with a strong presence in Europe, Peters & May’s team of experts is well-versed in the best yachting destinations the region has to offer. From planning your voyage to navigating the intricate logistics of yacht transportation, our team is equipped to guide you every step of the way.

Explore Peters & May’s top selections for the ultimate yachting journey in Northern Europe:

Norwegian Fjords, Norway

Sail through breathtaking fjords, past towering cliffs and cascading waterfalls.

Currency: Norwegian Krone

Language: Norwegian

Best time to visit: May to September

Closest Port: Port of Bergen

Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden

Navigate around thousands of islands, each offering unique landscapes and serene beauty.

Currency: Swedish Krona

Language: Swedish

Best time to visit: June to August

Closest Port: Port of Stockholm

Copenhagen, Denmark

Experience the vibrant culture and historic sites of Denmark’s capital from the water.

Currency: Danish Krone

Language: Danish

Best time to visit: May to September

Closest Port: Port of Copenhagen

Scottish Highlands, Scotland

Discover lochs, castles, and rugged landscapes in this region of unparalleled natural beauty.

Currency: Pound Sterling

Language: English

Best time to visit: May to September

Closest Port: Port of Inverness

The Baltic Sea, Germany

Explore the historic towns and beautiful coastlines along the shores of the Baltic Sea.

Currency: Euro

Language: German

Best time to visit: June to August

Closest Port: Port of Kiel

How Peters & May Can Enhance Your Northern European Yachting Adventure

With a myriad of captivating destinations in Northern Europe, choosing your next yachting adventure can be as exciting as it is challenging. Once you’ve set your sights on your dream destination, let Peters & May take the helm in transporting your yacht.

Our Northern Europe Charter shipments offer seasonal flexibility with sailings designed to accommodate the region’s best yachting seasons. These tailored sailings, although less frequent than liner alternatives, provide a cost-effective solution for shipping your yacht. By combining shipments on board with other clients, we optimize economies of scale, ensuring efficient and affordable transport. For those requiring more frequent shipping options, our Liner Sailings run regularly, delivering swift and reliable service to most major ports throughout Northern Europe.

Whether it’s a cozy sailing yacht or a majestic Superyacht, our yacht shipping experts are equipped to transport your vessel to the heart of Northern Europe’s sailing paradises. Should you require any assistance during your journey, Peters & May’s freight forwarding team is on standby to transport essential items, from spare parts to crucial documents. With our comprehensive logistic solutions, your focus can remain on the joys of discovery and exploration.

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For those with a thirst for exploration beyond Northern Europe, be sure to visit our destinations hub to uncover other global sailing adventures that await you.