Boating in the Finnish archipelago

Experience the ultimate adventure surrounded by thousands of stunning islands, picturesque coastal villages, and pristine natural beauty in the Finnish archipelago.

If you're planning a boating trip to the Finnish archipelago, here's what you need to know to get there.

1. Renta a boat
First, you'll need to rent a boat. You can choose from a variety of boats, including motorboats, sailboats, and even houseboats. Check out pages like Click and Boat and Skipperi. There are also smaller businesses renting smaller boats in the archipelago like Korpo Kajakbod and Björkholm.
2. Plan your route
Next, you'll need to plan your route. The archipelago is vast, so it's important to decide which islands you want to visit and how much time you have to spend there. You'll also need to take into account factors such as the weather and sea conditions. You can use Sailmate to plan your route.
3. Ready to explore
Once you have your boat and your route planned, you're ready to set off on your adventure. As you navigate through the archipelago, you'll be able to take in the beauty of the islands and their unique flora and fauna.
Keep in mind that some islands in the archipelago are inhabited, and some are not. Some of the inhabited islands may have facilities such as marinas, restaurants, and grocery stores while the other islands may only have basic facilities or none at all. Also be aware of the fact that some islands may be protected nature reserves and may have special restrictions on visiting.

The Finnish archipelago, located in the Baltic Sea, is a popular destination for boating enthusiasts. The archipelago is made up of over 40,000 islands, making it a unique and beautiful place to explore.

Guest harbours and natural harbours in the Finnish archipelago

There are many guest harbours in the archipelago of Pargas, of which many are easily accessible from both land and sea.
Find all official guest harbours in Finland by clicking here.
Some of the harbours found in the map are so called natural harbours. These harbours are naturally shaped and do not have any guest harbour services.

One of the best ways to experience the archipelago is by boat, as it allows you to easily navigate through the islands and take in the breathtaking scenery.

Service stations and grocery stores in the Finnish archipelago

There are service stations and access to gasoline on all main islands in Pargas, Nagu, Korpo, Houtskär and Iniö. Charging stations for electric cars are also available on all these islands.
There are grocery stores on the islands in Pargas, Nagu, Korpo, Houtskär and Iniö. In the outer archipelago and on smaller islands small stores or kiosks can be found, but not necessarily.

Finally, Remember to respect the environment and laws of the sea. Always be aware of the weather and sea conditions, and make sure to follow all the regulations and laws governing boating in the archipelago. By taking the time to plan your trip and following these guidelines, you can ensure that your boating adventure through the Finnish archipelago is safe and enjoyable.

Tourist Informations

Opening hours
Mon-Fri 10-18
Sat-Sun 10-18

Centris Äventyrsgolf,
Strandvägen 5b,
21600 Pargas

Nagu Strand 6,
21660 Pargas

Galtby Boden,
Skärgårdsvägen 6563,
21710 Pargas

21760 Pargas

23390 Pargas
Phone: +358 400 117 123Email:
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