Baltic explorer voyages.
These longer voyages take you all the way across the Baltic Sea and back again. Visit northern gems such as Helsinki, Visby, Tallinn, and St Petersburg for a true taster of the Baltic experience.
Savour Northern European cuisine, unlock hidden history and visit the many unique treasures and sights that the Baltics have to offer as you explore countries such as Denmark, Russia, Estonia, Sweden, and Finland.
From the imperial palaces of St Petersburg and the gothic architecture of Riga to Tallin’s UNESCO-protected old town and Copenhagen’s Michelin Star gastronomy, there are extraordinary contrasts to be found in every port as you sail the Baltic Sea.
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We offer several different Baltic cruise routes, so there’s sure to be one that encompasses the destinations you most want to visit.
The most popular Baltic cruise season sails between July and August, when temperatures are warm and pleasant, sitting at an average of 18 °C/64 °F. However, weather conditions are also pleasant in April, May, June, and September.
That’s not to say that you can’t enjoy sunny days and pleasant weather conditions when you embark on a Baltics cruise during the winter months. Just like the Mediterranean, the Baltics have a changeable climate, with higher temperatures during the peak summer months and colder weather during winter, when temperatures fall to an average of -5 °C/23 °F.
If you embark on a Baltics cruise during winter, it’s advisable to bring warm layers such as a hat, scarf and thermals. With winter temperatures averaging at -5 °C/23 °F, you’ll need to wrap up warm as you explore.
If you book a Baltic cruise during the springtime, you'll enjoy mild temperatures, lush landscapes, flowers in bloom and sunshine-filled days.
Spring temperatures usually range from -4 to 7 °C or 25 to 44 °F, however, you should be aware that this does vary depending on the country you are visiting.
Embarking on a Baltic cruise during the summer months is undoubtedly one of the best times to travel as you will be able to enjoy hot days, warm evenings and more appealing sea temperatures.
In June, July and August, temperatures frequently reach 24 °C /75 °F and higher – so make sure you pack your suncream, sunglasses and lighter clothing.
If you’re thinking of booking a Baltic cruise during the autumn months, you can expect cooler and fresher days, with a maximum temperature of around 13 °C/55 °F, however, this does vary depending on where in the Baltics you visit.