Last two years I trailered the boat down south for sailing in the Stockholm archipelago, but this year I decided to stay in the north.
A long days of sailing noth of my home harbor is the south part of the Swedish High Coast, a very beautiful part of the northern coast that is very defined by the last ice age. This part of the coast has a noticeable land uplift of 8-8,5mm each year. The coast is very beautiful to sail.
I had a five days sailing with a mix of light winds and challenging weather. I spent one full 24 hours in a small natural harbor in a protected bay together with two more boats when wind was forecasted to be up to 20m/s in the gusts.
My last night was spent sailing down south towards my home port in nice winds, arriving in my last guest port on the trip after midnight just after sun has set.