Sanborns' Baltic Sea Map Pages

The Baltic Sea is a rather large body of water in that when sailing, you are at times not within sight of the shore. As we also found out, the wind can be quite stiff there at times and from a reference in the Vasa museum in Stockholm, over 1,000 ships have sunk in the sea over the years.
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Our Cruise took us from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Tallinn, Estonia, to St. Petersburg, Russia, to Helsinki, Finland, to Stockholm, Sweden, to Kalmar, Sweden, to Warnemunde, Germany, to Arhus, Denmark, and finally, back to Copenhagen.

From the Cruise Log that they give you onboard, we sailed for 10 days and a total of 2,222 miles.

All of these maps come from the CIA World Fact Book web sites except for the cruise map from Holland America's web site.

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