Sailing in Polish waters is very popular. Beautiful landscapes, good sailing conditions and numerous tourist attractions attract yachting lovers from all over the world. Yacht charter in Poland is an offer for those who want to take their first steps in sailing and for those who want to develop their skills. Both the Masurian sailing routes, and the open waters of the Baltic Sea can be a great challenge and adventure for every sailor.
The sailing season here lasts from March to November, which gives a great opportunity to choose a convenient charter date. The spring and autumn months are associated with more demanding conditions, but also with great sailing freedom and lack of crowds. Summer is a time of heat and many attractive events. By renting a yacht you can get to know Poland from a completely different angle. Wild nature, fantastic sights, traces of history and wonderful people - all this is waiting for you.
Choose Masuria, which is tempting with its well-developed sailing infrastructure, friendly prices and sensational routes. It is a place where you can relax both from the routine and the bustle of crowded cities and beaches. Sail and discover the delightful places - untouched by human hands corners and charming towns. The most popular places are Mrągowo, Ryn, Mikołajki, Giżycko and Węgorzewo, which are close to such lakes as Kisajno, Bełdany, Śniardwy and Lake Mikołajskie. The region offers an extremely rich tourist offer - numerous cultural events, restaurants and other venues and nightlife.
Do you prefer silence and relaxation? Take the helm and find your place somewhere in the Land of the Great Masurian Lakes. Wild beaches, forest sites, wonderful landscapes - there is so much that you can go on a two-week cruise and not get bored even for a moment. In our offer you will find yachts only trusted and recommended operators. Our search engine allows you to quickly and precisely select the vessel that suits you best and then make a simple booking.
If you prefer to sail on the sea, it is necessary to rent a yacht on the Baltic Sea. In the Gulf of Gdansk, calm waters, many ports, a developed sailing infrastructure and numerous cities and holiday resorts await you. Other popular places on the Polish seaside are Kolobrzeg, Świnoujście or Szczecin, which is very close to the very popular West Pomeranian Sailing Route. Those who are looking for an alternative to both the Baltic Sea and Masuria can visit Solina Lake, Żywieckie Lake or Czorsztyńskie Lake, which are some of the most interesting places on the tourist and sailing map in Poland.
Poland is a great place to start your adventure with sailing. Numerous waters regularly gather thousands of yachting enthusiasts who spend time together, support each other and create a unique atmosphere that is hard to find and experience anywhere else.