From Saltsjöbaden we continued to Sandhamn, where we arrived around six o’ clock in the evening, but this popular harbour was already full. Our Arholma – Landsort harbour book showed many natural harbours in the neighbourhood, so we picked one called Vildgrytan, located about two miles west from Sandhamn. 
Next morning we were early and got a berth from the harbour.  
Before this visit, I had visited this island only once. During that visit, Sandhamn was really the first big Swedish guest harbour that I visited, but it was still pre-season so that time we did not really experience the place the same way as this time, when the harbour is fully packed and passenger boats are constantly bringing tourists from Stockholm and other places. 
We ate really good lunch at Värdshus and loved the blueberry and apple pies, seglarbullar and especially the bread from Sandhamns bageriet. We totally recommend visiting that bakery!