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  • Discover Europe’s largest archipelago
  • Immerse yourself in the magical Northern summer
  • Unspoilt nature and deserted islands to explore
  Which country in the world has the most islands? Indonesia, Philippines? Try again - move further west. Greece, Croatia? Not quite - the country with the highest amount of islands in the world is Finland, with a whopping 180,000 between islands, islets and skerries. The number of Finnish islands is growing constantly, as a result of land uplift - a geological phenomenon dating back to the Ice Age, when Finland was covered by a large sheet of ice, several kilometers thick. When the ice melted, the land started to raise - a process that is still ongoing, with the land rising approximately 1 cm every year. There are so many islands in Finland that several Finns own private islands, and many other islands are set aside by the municipality for communal use - it’s free to camp, pick berries and mushrooms, fish with a line and simply enjoy the midnight sun in summer. As a result, Finland is the ideal destination for a private cruise - many islands have marinas where you can stop, refuel and get provisions, and sailing is very much a part of Finnish culture. So, where should you go on your private cruise around Finland? The Helsinki archipelago alone is made up of over 300 islands - don’t miss visiting Suomenlinna, a fortified island with a long and interesting military history. Further south, following the southern coast past Hanko, you’ll encounter Bengtskar, a magical skerry with Finland’s most famous lighthouse, where you can spend the night. Alternatively, you can enjoy a private cruise around the Åland Islands, an autonomous archipelago halfway between Finland and Sweden, with a unique culture and Swedish-speaking population.   Keep browsing our listings and start planning your Finland private cruise with us!

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