Previous stopovers

Previous stops Asia Expedition 2022/2023

Götheborg departed from Gothenburg 8 June 2022, and will arrive in Shanghai in September 2023. During the expedition, the ship is sailing the Baltic Sea and Northern Europe, before continuing to the Mediterranean. During winter 2022/2023 the ship is staying in Barcelona, and will continue to Asia in spring 2023.

Take a look at our previous stops! 

Expedition 2022–2023

Previous stopovers

Göteborg, 4 – 6 June, 2022 Departure weekend! The days before heading out on our great Asia Expedition 2022/2023, the ship was open to visitors in Gothenburg. This was the last chance to visit her in Göteborg before she headed out. She left with a bang the 8th of June and headed out on the very first sailing leg. More information
Helsingborg, 14 – 17 June, 2022 The Swedish city of Helsingborg was the first stopover on the great Asia Expedition 2022/2023. Götheborg of Sweden was moored at the City Quay, a prime location at the heart of Helsingborg! The first stopover was a great success with thousands of visitors on board. More information
Helsinki, 23 – 27 June, 2022 The second stopover was the Finnish capital Helsinki. Götheborg of Sweden was moored at Makasiini Quay, at the heart of the South Harbour right next to the Market Hall. The stop was a beautiful and sunny stopover during the Midsummer Weekend. Thank you everyone who came on board! More information
Stockholm 11 – 14 July, 2022 The third stopover was the capital of Sweden, Stockholm. Götheborg of Sweden was moored at Skeppsbrokajen 105 (just opposite Skeppsbro Bakery). The citizens of Stockholm got to wave good bye from all of Sweden, as Stockholm was the last Swedish city on the Asia Expedition 2022/2023. More information
Copenhagen 21 – 24 July, 2022 The forth stop on the great Asia Expedition 2022/2023 was the Danish capital, Copenhagen. Götheborg of Sweden was moored at the waterfront area Nordre Toldbod, close to The Little Mermaid. We got a lovely greeting sailing in to Copenhagen with lots of people lining the shores. More information
Oslo 28 – 31 July, 2022 The Norwegian capital Oslo, was the fifth stopover on the great Asia Expedition 2022/2023, and the last stop in the Nordic Countries. Götheborg of Sweden was moored at Vippetangen just past Akershus Fortress, and clearly visible from Aker Brygge/Tjuvholmen. More information
London 8 – 12 August, 2022 It had been fifteen years since the ship last visited London, in May 2007 on the way home from the first Asia expedition. Now it was time again for the ship to sail up the River Thames and greet the Londoners. We were moored at Thames Quay, South Dock in Canary Wharf. More information
Bremerhaven 17 – 21 August In Bremerhaven, the ship was the center of attention at Bremerhaven Maritime Days with over 350,000 visitors and 80 different ships, an event that attracts sailing enthusiasts and professional sailers from all over the world. Thank you to everyone who came on board! More information
Lisbon 5 – 9 September, 2022 Lisbon was the eight stopover on the Asia Expedition and the first in Southern Europe. The ship was moored at the central location of Cais Rocha Conde de Óbidos. Thank you to everyone who came on board! More information
Malaga 15 – 20 September, 2022 In Malaga, this beautiful old port city, you could see us in the harbor. We were moored in Málaga Port, between the Playa la Malagueta and Parque de Malaga, and we were of course open to visitors during our stay. More information
Nice & Monaco 29 Sept. – 4 Oct Our eight spectacular days in Nice and Monaco, that included an amazing interest from the people in Nice (thank you!), great media coverage and the delivery of a life-sized elephant sculpture to H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco. More information
Malta 14 – 18 October, 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! More information
Expedition 2021

Previous stopovers 2021

Stockholm 26 August – 4 September, 2021 Götheborg of Sweden is the world’s largest wooden ocean-going sailing ship, and we look forward to the unique sailing expedition to Asia in 2022 and 2023. The trip to Stockholm in August 2021 was the first stop on that adventure! More information

Latest news

Visit us in Barcelona until March 2023

07 November 2022

On October 27, Götheborg of Sweden arrived to Barcelona and moored at one of the top locations in the city harbour: Port Vell/Rambla de Mar. The first weekend in Barcelona was the official stopover, with full crew, and the ship fully rigged. We want to thank Barcelona for the very warm welcome!