Stopovers Asia Expedition
After leaving Gothenburg 8 June 2022, Götheborg is sailing in the Baltic Sea and Northern Europe before heading south towards the Mediterranean, where we are staying during winter 2022/2023. Spring 2023 we are heading onto Asia and stopping at a number of ports, such as India, Singapore and Hong Kong, before arriving in Shanghai in September 2023.
Announced stopovers in 2022
The planning and work to confirm and finalise the stopovers and ports that Götheborg will dock at is an ongoing work. The stops in Asia will be announced as soon as possible (the stops on the map are preliminary).
Come on board and visit the ship! Learn about the history of the East India Companies and the adventures of the original Götheborg that sailed three times to Asia. Hear modern tales of sailing an 18th century ship, and about the exciting expedition to Asia. Feel the authentic atmosphere, including the smell of tar, and listen to everything from captivating stories, to the tremendous art of shipbuilding.
Sail with us!
Did you know that you can sail on board Götheborg as a deckhand? Anyone can apply! Experience life on board and learn how to sail an 18th century ship. Join us on a unique sailing adventure!
Partner with us
Heading out once again! Götheborg of Sweden is heading out on a great voyage, the Asia Expedition 2022/2023. In the same vein as in our history, the ship will also work as a platform for partners to promote Swedish-Asian trade and create new business opportunities.
Götheborg of Sweden is the world’s largest wooden ocean-going sailing ship, and we look forward to a unique sailing adventure.
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 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!