The most beautiful sight of Western-Uusimaa is the archipelago, which is almost unreachable without a boat of your own. Matti will take you to experience the nature and atmosphere of the archipelago.
Finnish Archipelago is one of the worlds largest, and within Tammisaari region more than 1300 islands. Matti is a licensed charter boat operator and possess a good knowledge of the archipelago. Trip to the archipelago can be arranged for a group of FIVE . Fishing trips can be arranged for two guests.
You get to feel the breeze of sea wind, admire the rugged nature of the rocky islands and the open sea. You will get a chance to experience the old Jussarö Island with its history filled with mining and army base, or visit the nature walk in Älgö Island and the fishing estate in Rödjan.
During the archipelago tour we will drive along the narrow island routes with varying degrees of speed. We admire the genuine nature with various kinds of birds, old fishing facilities, fences, as well as the archipelago of modern construction. If we are in luck, we can even see a seal rise to the surface in the vicinity of the boat or the white-tailed eagle soar above the boat. During the trip you can go ashore to admire the small islet of nature and enjoy some snacks. The tour route and duration will vary depending on the weather.
Trip can hold up to the maximum of five people.
Boat trips are made with AMT 170 BRS-boat, which has been inspected for the activities by Trafi (Finnish Transport Safety Agency)
Matti is a charter boat skipper. Qualified and certificated by finnish national traffic board Trafi.
Equipment in locations:
Archipelago-Matti is with you the whole duration of the trip
The price of the trip: 80 € / hour
- Boat transportation
- The possibility to buy snacks from the cafeteria in Sommarostrand or Jussarö
- Clothing according to the weather (remember to take warm windproof clothing)
Take with you on the trip:
- Good, sturdy shoes
Matti has a liability insurance, but remember your own insurance
Tour is unfortunately not suitable for the disabled.
Guidance will be held in English