Lots of mackerel and dog-fish in the sea. But please remember that the dog-fish is red listed and must be returned.
The West Coast
The west coast is beautiful and unique at any time of year.
In summer you’ll have wonderful opportunities to enjoy the sun and go for a swim around the cliffs and coves. The winds are warm from early morning to late in the afternoon with long daylight hours and often calm evenings. Out on the water you will see graceful sailboats, fast motorboats and surface-hugging canoes. Try your hand at fishing around the many gems of the archipelago, and you may catch some mackerel, saithe, cod or even the badass of the west coast – the Trachinus draco – the most dangerous fish in Swedish waters.
The fall often sees rich variety in the weather. It’s still an opportune time to enjoy the water and if you’re lucky, you may find yourself swimming in bioluminescence at night. The fluorescent water is a magical experience. Silence is restored once the summer holidays are over, and for those who enjoy fishing, this is the sea at its best. When darkness falls, experience a completely different world by taking a night tour in Albertina’s comfortable heated cabin as the beautiful lighthouses guide us along the coast.
winter the ocean
lies calm, quiet and barren. The rocks are at their most colorful, and the
ocean is as reflective as a mirror on cold winter days. The seals are no longer
afraid to stay up on the rocks or among the waves and sometimes we are lucky
enough to see a majestic eagle as it visits the cliffs and coves. Rough weather
can occur this time of year, which is a exciting experience for those who enjoy
Spring provides an opportunity to
experience the beautiful light and the calm, quiet ocean as life once more
returns to nature. Enjoy the wildflowers and the peaceful stillness before the
intensity of the high season of summer sets in once more.