Götheborg has arrived in Stockholm

Yesterday afternoon the ship Götheborg made an impressive entrance to Stockholm. Despite cold and rainy weather, she received a very warm welcome from the people gathered at Skeppsbrokajen. The ship will stay in Stockholm until 4 September. 

Götheborg has arrived in Stockholm

With the full crew up on deck and up in the rigging, the ship greeted Stockholm with a gun salute, which was answered from shore. After the greeting of the captain and shanti songs from the crew, guests were invited on board. Thank you Stockholm for the very warm welcome!

The ship will be in Stockholm until 4 September. Come and see her at Skeppsbrokajen 105. 

The ship is open to visitors Friday to Sunday, 27-29 August. All three days are however already fully booked.

We would love for more people to be able to come on board and experience the ship. However, due to Covid we cannot take on board more people on the days that we are open, and during the other days the ship is booked for a number of other events. If we manage to open up for more visitors during the week, it will be communicated on the website.  


Opening hours in February

02 February 2023

In February and the first week of March we are open on Saturdays. We offer guided tours in English with one of our crew members. Please make sure to prebook your tickets online to save your spot! 

Sail for free on board Götheborg

26 January 2023

We now offer a unique opportunity to sail for free on board the Götheborg during the first six weeks of this year’s sailing adventure. Sign on in Barcelona mid-March and sign off in the Brittany/Normandie area right at the end of April. This is a bucket list sailing adventure that you don’t want to miss!

First stopover: Sète, France

26 January 2023

The first stopover on the European Tour 2023 will be beautiful Sète in the south of France. Between 24–27 March will be moored at Quai d'Alger at the heart of Sète. With the release of the first sailing destination of the European Tour 2023, the first and last stopover are now official.