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A journey from the 18th century til today

Götheborg of Sweden is a fascinating destination located in the city of Gothenburg – a ship loaded with experience. A genuine working ship with a vibrant history, scarred by harsh storms and marked by thousands upon thousands of nautical miles on the seven seas. Here, during our guided tours, visitors get to know everything from captivating stories about our many sailing adventures to the tremendous art of shipbuilding, in a contemporary 18th-century environment.

Welcome on board!


Would you like to book the ship for an event?

Please send an email to

Tickets can only be bought online. For larger groups, please contact us at

  • Adult: 150 SEK.
  • Children: 7-14 years old: 75 SEK.
  • Children: 0-6 years old: Free but ticket still needed.

Tickets for Easter 2-6 of April

Tickets for Spring April-June

Tickets for Summer (June and forward) - Not yet published

For swedish guided tours, please go to the swedish website

Please note that the ship can only be visited in the company of a guide. A guided tour takes about 45-50 minutes.

  • 2-6 April we have guided tours daily from 11:00-15:00 (the last tour starts at 14:00).
  • 13 April – 2 June we have guided tours on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00–15:00 (the last tour starts at 14:00).

Tickets can only be booked online as the souvenir and ticket shop is closed. For group arrangements, please contact us at

The guided tour will take you through three decks on board and will include engaging stories of the history of the Swedish East India Company, the diving on the wreck site, the building of the ship in the 1990s, and the launch and voyage to China in 2005–2007.

You will visit the beautiful weather deck with the helm, capstan and ship’s bell. Down on the gun deck, there are ten impressive cannons, and we will also take you to visit the beautiful Great Cabin at the back of the ship.

*Please note: As we also work with manintenance on board, sometimes we need to change the rout and the different parts of the ship we are visiting. However, we always keep our time on board and make sure to fill it with lots of information and that wow-feeleing!

Come prepared with all your questions!

By bus

Take bus number 16 (towards Eriksberg/Västra Eriksberg) or 99 (towards Frölunda Torg). Stop at Sörhallstorget. Walk in the direction of the bus, and turn left at Mimergatan.

By Älvsnabben ferry

From Lilla Bommen, Stenpiren or Klippan to Eriksberg ferry stop.

By car

Drive towards Hisingen and Norra Älvstranden, Eriksberg. Turn into Östra Eriksbergsgatan, and then Mimergatan. Set your GPS to Mimergatan 6. Parking is available at Hotel 11 and in the multi-storey car park at Östra Eriksbergsgatan.

By taxi

Ask for Mimergatan 6, Eriksberg.


Adults: 150 SEK
Children 7-14 years: 75 SEK
Children 0-6 years: Free of charge

Yes! They are still counted towards the maximum amount of people we can have on board.

As stated in our terms and conditions we do not offer refunds on any bought tickets unless we have cancelled the event on our part. You can however give or sell your ticket to someone else if you cannot use it yourself.

The ship is not very accessible, as both the gangway and stairs onboard are very steep. It is unfortunately not possible to get wheelchairs, walking frames and mobility scooters on board.

It can take some time for the tickets to arrive in your e-mail inbox. Please check your junk mail and that you have entered the correct e-mail address. Send an email to if the tickets have not arrived within an hour.

It is not possible to change the date and time online. We can however change your booking in the shop on site, next to the ship, if there is still availability.

It is unfortunately not allowed to bring animals on board. 

Where to find us

Rederi Götheborg AB
Eriksberg Pir Fyra 2
417 63 Göteborg, Sweden

+46 31-779 34 50

Latest news

Remember the sailboat rescue in April last year?

07 May 2024

On the 25th of April, off the coast of France just after 4pm, a distress call was sent by the MRCC regarding a sailing vessel that had lost its rudder and was drifting. Being the closest ship to the sailing boat, Götheborg answered the call.

We are looking for guides

10 April 2024

We are looking for guides to work in our team and show the ship to the public. Since our guides need to be able to speak both swwedish and english, the rest of this news will follow in Swedish.

Rig seminar (in Swedish)

28 March 2024

Maritimt i Väst invites you to this spring's rig seminar, which will be held in Swedish by Jens Langert in Götheborg of Sweden's tar-scented premises at Eriksberg, Gothenburg. As usual, Maritimt i Väst offers lunch!