As well as the ridiculous number of spare ‘A’s, this is one of the two border points for heading to and from Russia. It
This is a pleasant, sandy island with a twee village, nice walks and a proper guest harbour with reasonable berthing fees, showers, leccy etc.
This is another free nature reserve harbour with stern buoys. There’s not many spaces and you’ll have to squeeze around the end of the
Bockhamn is a wee, free, nature reserve quay, with stern buoys, in a beautifully sheltered round bay. The entrance is another narrow one
There’s a few places to moor near the centre of Helsinki and, as you’d expect, a whole load of marinas around town. The one
This is a free, nature reserve harbour with a pontoon to tie to the outside of with the use of a stern buoy. Unfortunately
This is a ridiculously sheltered harbour on an island owned by the City of Helsinki, up a stupidly narrow, reedy channel. It doesn’t look
This is a small guest harbour with stern buoy moorings which got very full when I arrived there, picking my way in poor vis
It was blowing a force 6 from the south west when I entered the perfectly sheltered bay at Moderrmagan but, from my rock amongst
Hanko is, in a sense, the exact opposite of Mariehamn. All the published sources go on about its great attractions as a town and
I was in Rosala a couple of times. Even in late June it was starting to get popular and by mid July it was
Helsingholm was very busy in July, but I managed to find a wee spot amongst the motorboats, inshore of most of the yachts, where
This is a pleasant guest quay on a nature reserve island. It’s free, as far as I could tell (ed. note: actually there at
This was a genuinely off-piste rock on which I spent a very pleasant and quiet night, but not one that I’d recommend terribly much.