European Tour 2023

Götheborg is arriving to Hamburg on Friday

Götheborg of Sweden will arrive in Hamburg this Friday, the 19th of May, at 17:30. Coming into Hamburg, the city with be greeted with gun salute, so don't miss the arrival! Hamburg was especially selected as a key stopover on the European Tour, as the ship’s owner, the Swedish based logistics company Greencarrier Group, recently opened up new offices for Greencarrier Consolidators in Hamburg.

We will be open to visitors 20–21 May, and 23 May. Prebook your tickets online to save your spot on board! Subject to availability tickets are also sold at the ship.  

Götheborg is arriving to Hamburg on Friday

Photo: From when the ship visited Bremerhaven in 2022.

Hamburg is the fifth stopover on the European Tour 2023, and it is the first time that the Götheborg visits the city since is was launched twenty years ago. Hamburg was specifically chosen as a key stopover for the ship during the European Tour 2023, as Greencarrier Consolidators opened new offices in Hamburg in April.

" Hamburg has a strategic location in the logistics industry, and will function as our gateway for the Nordics, as well as facilitating services for other markets in Europe. To us it was very important to include Hamburg as one of the stopovers on the European Tour, to invite customers, partners and the citizens of Hamburg on board. The Götheborg is a unique symbol for trade, that embodies that anything is possible", said Stefan Björk, owner of Greencarrier Group.

During the stopover, the ship will be open to visitors during the weekend 20–21 May, and on Tuesday the 23rd of May. We will be moored at Überseebrücke in Mitte. Monday and parts of Tuesday, the ship will be closed to the public and instead used for corporate events and meetings.

Opening hours are:
20 May: 10:00–20:00 (last entry 19:15)
21 May: 10:00–20:00 (last entry 19:15)
23 May: 12:00–14:30 (last entry 13:30)

Tickets can be prebooked on and will also be sold on location at the ship (subject to availability).

Hamburg is the last stopover before Götheborg heads home to its home port Gothenburg to join the celebrations of the city's 400-year jubilee. After the jubilee Götheborg will be open to visitors in Gothenburg until the first weekend of September. 

More information about Greencarrier Group and Greencarrier Consolidators


The Greencarrier Group is a family-owned company invested in various business segments, but predominantly in the area of logistics and transportation. The four largest companies in the group are: Hecksher, Greencarrier Consolidators, Greencarrier Liner Agency and Swedish East India Company (SOIC). Greencarrier Group acquired SOIC AB and the ship Götheborg of Sweden in 2021. Behind the decision lies a long-term interest in and commitment to the ship Götheborg.

Greencarrier Consolidators

Greencarrier Consolidators is a privately owned company offering global transport and logistics solutions. They mainly focus on LCL services and offers multimodal transport solutions by land, sea and air. They operate in seven countries with offices located in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Norway, and Singapore.

Tar weekend coming up!

20 September 2023

Summer is over and the maintenance of our beloved ship is in need of some extra pair of hands! If you have time to spend, and love the dark and musky fragrance of tar?

Open on weekends in September 2023

01 September 2023

Good news! We will extend the period that we are open to visitors in Eriksberg, Gothenburg. All through September 2023, we will stay open for guided tours on weekends. Opening hours will be 11:00–16:00 and tours will leave once an hour. Welcome on board the world's largest ocean-going wooden sailing ship!

Götheborg will attend Donsö Shipping Meet

05 July 2023

At the end of August, Götheborg of Sweden will attend Sweden’s largest shipping event, Donsö Shipping Meet (DSM). It’s the first time that the ship will attend the event, and it is also the first time that Götheborg will moor at Donsö in the southern archipelago outside of Gothenburg.