Sunday, 15 August 2021, 2 pm, the ship Götheborg will leave Gothenburg and sail towards Stockholm. It’s the first time in six years that the ship is sailing, and the starting point for the major journey to Asia that the ship will make next year, in 2022. The mission for the journey is to strengthen Swedish-Asian trade relations, and promote the need for sustainable solutions and innovations to create a better future.
In April 2022, Götheborg of Sweden will head out on a new adventure and expedition to Asia, preceded by a trip to Stockholm in August 2021. Read our latest news here and sign up for our newsletter.
Götheborg of Sweden is open for visitors every day throughout the summer! For the first time, you are given the opportunity to gain a deeper insight into the maintenance work on land when we open up the Ships Workshop! Also, visit our new pop-up store, explore a historic exhibition in our Ships Hall and get a guided tour on board the ship.
Yes! Götheborg of Sweden is getting ready for the expedition to Asia in 2022. We are pleased to announce a leg to Stockholm in August 2021. The stop-over in the capital city will be a showcase of future possibilities for Swedish companies that are looking for new business opportunities in East Asia.
Meet our new colleague, Anna Holmdahl White, responsible for partner sales. She has an extensive background in sailing and is the brains and driving force behind the world’s premier female sailing event, Lysekil Women’s Match. We're excited to welcome her as Partner Director for the Asia 2022 expedition.
Greencarrier ensures that Götheborg of Sweden sails on Greencarrier AB has acquired all shares in Svenska Ostindiska Companiet AB - SOIC AB - from foundation Ostindiefararen Götheborg. Greencarrier AB thereby also takes over the ownership and responsibility for Götheborg of Sweden
Meet our new crew manager, Gabriella "Bell" Johansson. Bell will replace Susanne Klip as a crew manager during her maternity leave from the 12th of March until the 1st of October. She has a background as a guide at Götheborg of Sweden for many years.