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.
We are in Monaco!
She is moored at Port Hercule, Quai Rainier III. It's the first time we are here – come and visit the ship in the city harbour, where she is open to the public.
We are open:
- 5 October: 11:00–18:00 (last entry 17:15)
- 6 October: 11:00–15:00 (last entry 14:15)
We have station guiding on board. The ship deckhands are stationed throughout the ship to answer questions in English. The visit takes about 45 minutes to an hour.
Psst...Did you know that it is still possible to sign up as a deckhand on board Götheborg for the last sailing legs this year? A truly unique experience. Don't miss out on sailing with us in the Mediterranean!
(Please note: The information above is manually updated and therefore sometimes delayed. The position of the ship on the map below is automatically updated.)
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!
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!