Meet the crew: Hanna Nejstgaard

Meet our new guide, Hanna Nejstgaard.

Meet the crew: Hanna Nejstgaard

Updated: 26 October 2020

Name: Hanna Nejstgaard

Position: Guide

Describe yourself in three words.

Happy, efficient and creative.

How did you become a guide on Götheborg of Sweden?

I started volunteering in 2014 for one week and came back for another week. I got the opportunity to sail in 2015 and came to Dover to embark. On the second day I was there, I was asked to give a guided tour to a bunch of photographers. I had only been on board for a day and a half, but I managed to do it! After that, I sailed for two weeks and I continued volunteering on and off until 2017. Then they asked me if I wanted to work as a guide during the summer and I have been here ever since.

What is the best part of being a guide?

The best part of being a guide is to talk about the things that I love and get paid for it 😉.

I love the history, craftsmanship and friendship. The sense of adventure of being on board and just be able to convey this pretty specific part of an adventure that I have had the opportunity to be on and make people excited about doing things like this. That is one of the best parts of being a guide.

What is your favourite memory so far?

I don’t have a specific one in particular. But my favourite thing is when you have a guided tour and there are young kids who are really happy to hear what you have to say and you feel like you can educate, pass on your knowledge and that they are interested and want to hear more. That is one of the most rewarding things for me!

What would you say to convince people to pay us a visit?

If you haven’t been visiting us, why haven’t you? 😉 It is an important historical landmark of Gothenburg and it’s a unique experience. You get to learn and see so much, from local history, craftsmanship to other fun facts, like how to measure a knot. You will experience something really special. This ship is unique, and it is here! You have to see it!

Have you become curious? Expo Ostindiefararen 2.0 is still open daily from 11.00–16.00 until the 16th of August 2020!

We're now open to visitors in Gothenburg

27 September 2021

Come for a guided tour on board Götheborg! Starting Saturday October 2nd, we are open to visitors on weekends, Saturdays and Sundays 12:00 – 15:00. You can buy your tickets online or on-site, in our shop. Please note that the ship can only be visited in the company of a guide.

Thank you Stockholm!

24 September 2021

Now back in Gothenburg, we want to direct a big thank you to Stockholm – the city, our partners and guests, and everyone who came to visit us on board or from the quay. It was a week with fantastic events and great meetings, and we were overwhelmed by the warm and enthusiastic welcome from all our guests and the citizens of Stockholm.

Götheborg is arriving to Gothenburg tomorrow

11 September 2021

Tomorrow, Sunday 12 September, at 2 pm, Götheborg is coming back to Gothenburg and Pir 4 on Eriksberg. It's been nearly a month since she left Gothenburg to sail to Stockholm and back.