About the company

The company

The ship Götheborg is owned by SOIC (Svenska Ostindiska Companiet). SOIC is also the owner of SOIC Ship Management, that bare boat charters Götheborg. 

Götheborg of Sweden is the world's largest, active, ocean-going, wooden sailing ship. In 2022/2023 Götheborg of Sweden will embark on a two-year long expedition to Asia, sailing in Europe in 2022 and continue to Asia in 2023.

Our owners

SOIC is a fully owned subsidiary of Greencarrier Group, a family-owned company with over 40 years of history specializing in logistics solutions. Greencarrier Group comprises several businesses in the Nordic and Baltic countries and offers global logistics solutions with all modes of transport, focusing on knowledge, innovation and sustainable solutions.

The ship's principal patron and godmother

We are very proud to present His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf as the ship’s principal patron and Her Majesty Queen Silvia as the ship’s godmother.

 

 

 

 

Board of Directors

SOIC Ship Management AB, Board of Directors

Lars G Malmer

Chairman

Stefan Björk

Owner Greencarrier

Johan Jemdahl

CEO Greencarrier

Josefine Widegren

Head of HR Greencarrier

Peter Alexandersson

CEO SOIC Ship Management

Latest news

Götheborg will change its route to deliver an elephant to the Prince of Monaco

30 September 2022

Instead of heading straight from Nice to Valletta as planned, the route has been changed and the ship is now also making a short stopover in Monaco. However, it is not just a regular stopover: It will include the spectacular delivery of a 2.4-meter-high elephant sculpture to H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco.

A short visit to Monaco

29 September 2022

We have some great news! We will make a short, but sweet visit to Monaco. This means that we will leave Nice on 4 October instead of 6 October. We will be in Monaco 4–6 October and will be open to visitors 5–6 October. Welcome on board!

Adiós Málaga!

20 September 2022

Tuesday 20 September we sailed out of Málaga, after almost a full week in the harbor in the city center. The days here has been amazing with lots of interested journalists and visitors on board. Next stop is Nice, France!