Sailing holidays on an individual basis

Sailing weeks Western Baltic Sea

The German town Kiel is a perfect basis for an active sailing trip across the Western Baltic Sea. This region has a very varied landscape with high cliffs towering above sea, rolling hills, lovely beaches and picturesque little harbour towns. Naturally, there will also be ample opportunity to go ashore to explore the surroundings.

The sailing route is not fixed beforehand, and it will be determined by the weather, in order to optimise sailing conditions. What about a visit to the island Aero, for example? Marstal has a nice maritime museum and you should not forget to visit the prettiest medieval town of Denmark, Aeroskobing. The island Langeland invites you to make wonderful nature walks, while Svendborg is a little town with a lot of shops and an inviting nightlife. But the Danish towns Sonderborg, Faaborg or the German towns Flensburg and Kappeln could also be part of the programme. Dropping anchor near a small island to have a nice swim, what could be better?

In short, during this trip the possibilities seem endless... sail along and be surprised! The captain of the Avatar knows the area like the back of his hand and he will love to show you the most beautiful places.

Avatar: westelijke Oostzee | westliche Ostsee | western Baltic Sea


Sailing weeks Western Baltic Sea


Dates 2019 will be published as soon as possible

Sailing area:

German Baltic coast and Danish islands


6 days / 5 nights


At 8pm on the first day in Kiel (D)


At 10am on the final day in Kiel (D)


€ 699,- p.p.


Stay on board of Avatar, full board, bed linen, final cleaning, harbour-/bridge-/lock charges, tourist taxes and fuel costs

Not included:

Travel to and from the harbour, towels, drinks, travel-/cancellation insurance

Full board:

Breakfast, lunch and dinner, fruit, coffee/tea and sweets/snacks. Drinks are available on board

Please note:

There is no minimum number of participants for this trip, therefore it will always go ahead as planned.


All routes are examples and depend on weather and tides


Kiel can be reached easily by car or train.