Cruising over six weeks, ARC Baltic takes you on a 1,800nm voyage of discovery through Europe’s “east sea”, combining days of social cruising with exploring the Baltic’s fascinating culture and history ashore. The rally format has been adapted to the Baltic and the individual rally legs are short, one to two days, with the focus to experience the cultural history of the region and enjoy the stunning beauty of the Swedish and Finnish archipelagos.
The rally includes
• World Cruising Club staff on hand throughout the event with comprehensive sailing experience and historical knowledge of the Baltic
• Berthing – for three nights before the start from Rostock, plus approximately twenty two nights during stopovers
• Tours - in Rønne, Visby, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Stockholm and Kalmar
• Comprehensive social programme and dinners in five stopovers
• Use of facilities at host yacht clubs in Russia, Finland and Sweden
• Agents fees and assistance for clearance into Russia
• Access to discounts for nautical books and charts, and GILL clothing on orders placed through our website
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Shenanigan - Tallinn to St Petersburg
Good downwind sailing from Tallinn to Russia with anti gybe, precision steering from Christopher.We negotiated the narrow traffic separation scheme into Russian waters in thick fog passing ships and cruise liners closer that we would normally due read more...
Widago - Entering Russian Waters
Widago & Crew are working our way into Russian waters. Beautiful downwind sailing all night with the parasailor. At least that's what Ahab just told me since I overslept and was only a few hours late for my watch. -Ali image1 read more...
Gertha 4 - Tallinn
Now entering week 3 of the ARC Baltic, currently have zero wind after asteady blow yesterday, the wind comes and goes. Good squall/ down poor onfriday, the rain comes and goes. Fine sunny day on another day, the suncomes and goes. Weather read more...
Lyonesse - Visby to Tallinn
Montag, 20. Juli 2015Visby hat uns super gefallen, gerne wären wir noch einen Tag länger geblieben. Aber beim Segeln läuft eben nicht immer alles nach Plan – Wind und Wetter kann man (zum Glück) nicht beeinflussen. Weiter geht’s nach Gotska Sandön, read more...
Shenanigan - Rostock to Tallinn
Since leaving Rostock, Germany on 4th July, we have sailed over 550 nm arriving in Tallinn, Estonia on Friday 17th July, after motor sailing nearly all the way from Gotska Sandon (Sweden) the wind and rain whipped up as we arrived with a 30 knot read more...