Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.
WHAT YOU VISIT
- Evening Canal Cruise
There are few things more romantic than curling up with friends and loved ones under a starry sky watching one of the world's most beautiful cities come to life at night. Once aboard the canal boat, the captain will steer a course across the picturesque Baltic Sea. Your round trip takes you from Strandvagen, the most exclusive street in Stockholm; past the impressive Vasa Museum and continue further into the Eco Park area and through the Djurgardsbrunn Bay, home of the embassy district, the 541-foot-tall TV Tower and the Maritime Museum. Soon, your captain will guide the boat past the green and lush park areas of Djurgarden before heading out on more open waters towards Fjaderholmarna, also known as the Feather Islands.
As you cruise the canal, you'll journey past the Stockholm National City Park, the world's first national park. Covering over 6,67 acres, the park is home to open meadows and pastures, pine forests, wetlands, and lakes.
During the evening, you can enjoy a selection of dry snacks and a glass of sparkling wine.
WHAT YOU SEE ALONG THE WAY
The Feather Islands, known locally as Fjaderholmarna, is a popular recreation area filled with arts and crafts studios, shops, an aquarium, a small petting farm, a boat museum, a large cafeteria, an ingenious 'shipwreck' playground, and a smoked-fish shop.
Special Notes:You may be required to walk approximately 200-yards to the motor launch. Participants must be able to climb the few steps onto and off the boat.
Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.
Cruise through the bay of Djurgardsbrunn, see the TV Tower, Maritime Museum, Waldemarsudde and much more. Cruise past Fjarderholmarna.
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- Motorized Vessel
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