m/y Sweet Hope

Luxury Expeditions on a Private Yacht
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A warm Welcome on board m/y Sweet Hope

Sweet Hope is a classic Nordhavn 64. She is a beautiful, fully equipped, ocean going luxury yacht with accommodation for up to six guests available in three private cabins.

Your hosts for the duration of your charter are Mika and Katri, the lovely couple who own Sweet Hope.

We serve delicious food and there’s also a full alcohol license for bar services.

Your home away from home

Experience the unique maritime nature and culture of the Baltic Sea from the comfort of your private accommodation. We are delighted to have you with us and very much look forward to acting as your local guides throughout your charter.

The Baltic region offers visitors an endless number of distinctive and characterful islands, sheltered anchorages, inland waterways, coastal villages, towns and cities to enjoy. Every charter is prepared with a custom selection of routes and destinations, this is a consultative process for each individual booking.

You will discover uniquely memorable locations, beautiful seascapes and unspoilt nature.

This is a quote from one of our clients:

“We had the best time with Mika and Katri, a truly great experience for us….far exceeding our expectations. Not only the boat but the selection of islands to visit, the food both on aboard and ashore, your skills as a yachtsman and boat handler, and navigator extraordinaire…..It couldn’t have been better.


Home port

M/Y Sweet Hope’s home port is Hanko, the most southerly city on the Finnish mainland. The city has a long seafaring and maritime history, it’s also a lively and popular summertime destination with wide, sandy beaches, historical architecture and fantastic restaurants and bars.


We offer a fully customised charter service for each of our bookings. Some of our most popular destinations include:


The archipelago of over 40,000 islands situated off the South West coast of Finland is an exceptional travel destination and includes a vast national park which has been designated a UNESCO Global Biosphere Reserve. The island communities have lived and worked on the sea for centuries and the region is home to friendly and hospitable locals with timber-built villages and small towns, lighthouses, the oldest churches in Finland, local produce markets and superb restaurants. There are woodlands, meadows, grazing pasture and seas of flowers set amongst clean and safe waters, hidden coves, beaches and natural harbours


The province of Åland is located in the middle of the Baltic, at the centre of the world’s largest archipelago. Åland is made up of nearly seven thousand islands, with stunning natural scenery, ever changing through the seasons of the year. The land and seascapes range from the inner archipelago’s verdant fields and pastures to red granite rocks and wild skerries further out to sea.

Estonian coast and cities

The Estonian coast is full of history and wonderful places to explore. The picturesque, charming and well-preserved Old Town of Tallinn with its medieval houses, cobblestone alleyways and remnants of the ancient city wall has given rise to numerous local legends, myths and fables. Elsewhere there are vibrant design districts, artisan crafts markets and a thriving bar scene.

Stockholm archipelago

The archipelago begins in the coastal waters just off the city of Stockholm and is famous throughout the Nordic countries for its variety of lively, elegant and stylish guest harbours and marinas situated amongst traditional villages and ancient island settlements. The sparkling waters and nearly 30,000 islands and islets here are an immensely popular summer destination for both Swedes and visitors alike. From Öregrund in the north to Landsort in the south, each community has its own very distinct beauty, history and charm.


The Bothnian Bay leads northwards towards the Tornio River and the land border between Finland and Sweden. The extensive waters of the Bay contain more than four thousand islands, many of which are uninhabited and in an entirely natural state. There are also little fishing villages, remote lighthouses and two pristine national parks. The facilities and infrastructure for recreational sailors are highly developed throughout the bay, along both the Western Finnish and Eastern Swedish coasts.


Lake Saimaa is the fourth largest freshwater lake in Europe and the largest lake in Finland, connecting many of the towns of Finnish Lakeland. The clean and pure waters of the lake, its 14000 islands, astonishing sunsets, endless forests along the shoreline and blissful peace and quiet are a natural experience never to be forgotten.

Our current location

You can track our current location and course here.

Contact information and booking

Our emails are in the format firstname.lastname@sweethope.fi.

You can also reach us by phone / SMS / WhatsApp.

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Mika Naatula

Mika Naatula

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+358 50 655 44

Katri Rosenberg

Katri Rosenberg

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+358 40 865 96 55