Rostock -Bornholm -Kiel(Holtenau)
EMBARKATION 19/08 AT 12:00
DISEMBARKATION 24/08 AT 15:00
In recent years, more and more guests have fallen in love with this part of the Baltic Sea.
After everyone has arrived on board, it begins: “All hands on deck and cast off”. After a short briefing on deck, the sails are hoisted. During this trip we try to reach Bornholm, but we only deviate from this plan if the wind does not allow it, because we also want to sail and not only motor.
The island of Bornholm is the easternmost island of Denmark. Thanks to its location, Bornholm has many hours of sunshine. The mild climate even allows figs to ripen here. It is often said that Bornholm is the whole of Denmark in a nutshell, because it is hilly, green and fertile, with farmland and beautiful forests. Bornholm is the only place in Denmark where you can find spectacular cliffs. And on the south coast there are endless beaches of fine white sand. So fine and white that the sand used to be used for hourglasses.
But one thing is for sure. These will be eventful days of sailing and relaxing, and in the evenings you will sit in cosy company with a glass of wine or beer on deck or in the saloon.
During the day you can be active on deck, sailing or just relaxing and enjoying the crystal clear Baltic Sea. In the evening you can explore one of the beautiful harbours or enjoy a glass of wine with your companions on deck or in the cosy lounge after a sumptuous dinner.
One of the destinations on this sailing trip is the quiet capital of Bornholm, Rønne, with its many museums, picturesque narrow streets and shopping arcades. Bornholm is one of the sunniest islands in the Baltic Sea, with an impressive variety of vegetation in the north and south, deep brown rocks and blue waters. This is what Bornholm is all about.
Note: Wind and weather conditions may significantly affect the trip. If necessary, due to unforeseen circumstances, major changes to the itinerary may occur.
- Please do not forget your passport or identity card.
- Luggage preferably in soft travel bags; hard suitcases are difficult to store in cabins.
- On-board expenses can be paid at the end of the trip.
- Unfortunately, it is not possible to pay by credit card.
The triple-masted Artemis is a fine example of maritime tradition. It was built in Norway in 1926 as a whaler. She later worked as a cargo ship transporting goods between Asia and South America. Since 2001, the Artemis has been sailing in European waters again, honouring the great maritime tradition of the Netherlands.
The masts are square-rigged, typical of a barque. The spectacle of the three masts on the high seas is unsurpassed. On the way to historic ports or to one of the many sailing events.
The Artemis radiates safety and originality while boasting an exceptional level of comfort and luxury on board. It is this combination that makes the ship so unique and desirable for sea voyages and international events. Artemis has a well-equipped hotel galley and a spacious saloon with bar, which exudes a warm maritime atmosphere. Its sailing trips in the Baltic Sea and the southern Danish archipelago are in great demand.
The Artemis can accommodate up to 120 guests on board for day trips and has berths for 32. Our guests can enjoy excellent food and drink served by an experienced and enthusiastic staff. Together with being on an authentic triple masted boat with an experienced deck crew and all the modern sailing equipment necessary to ensure a safe voyage, makes for a wonderful sailing experience!
Welcome to the rich history of traditional sailing, welcome to the Artemis.
Map of the journey
What is included
- Accommodation in a two person cabin with shower and toilet
- Bed linen and towels
- Full board
- Harbour fees
What it does not include
- Transfer costs
- Drinks, except coffee, tea and water
- Travel and cancellation insurance
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