Discover Söderköping, Sweden with Sailo - a gorgeous boating playground for you to enjoy!
When visiting Sweden, one of the best things to do is enjoy some time on the water. For a day trip or longer sailing vacation, rent a boat in Söderköping to really make the most of your leisure time. A private yacht charter or boat rental is a great way to spend time with your friends or family and enjoy an unforgettable boating experience in Sweden.
Learn how you can find the perfect weekly charter for you
If you are interested in a weekly sailing vacation, after you filtered for weekly trip duration, you can search through many boats in Söderköping, Sweden by price ranging between $1500 and $25000, type of boat, such as motorboats, sailboats monohulls or catamarans, and number of guests. Many of the boats can be rented as bareboats and you will be able to add a captain as an option when submitting a booking request. Some boats in Söderköping have special deals for early bookings.
What is Sailo’s cancellation policy?
As long as the booking request hasn't been accepted by the boat owner, the renter can cancel the request without any charge. If the renter cancels after the booking request has been accepted, the booking will be subject to the terms of the cancellation policy in place for each boat. The renter should check the cancellation policy with the boat owner, as some of the professional operators have specific cancellation policies which supersede that of Sailo. Whenever a boat owner doesn't have a specific cancellation policy,Sailo's Standard Cancellation policy will apply.
Tips for responsible boating
If you’re looking to explore our beautiful planet, a yacht charter is a great place to start. Explore coral reefs with your snorkel, discover hidden bays and islands and generally enjoy the view of nature. Remember, that sailing motto: 'Take only photos, leave only wake' (OK, so we paraphrased). To be a responsible sailor, remember:
Don’t disturb coral or sealife
Take your trash home (and don’t throw anything in the sea)
Respect the locals and their customs wherever you go