Are you interested in volunteering at Götheborg during our maintenance period? We are now looking for a few volunteers who have sailed with us recently and are willing to stay with us for 6-8 weeks.
European Tour 2023
Tickets for Sète and final weekend in Barcelona are released today
Today tickets are released for our final weekend in Barcelona (18–19 March) and first stopover Sète (23–27 March). We will have open ship with station guiding on board. Come and visit the ship, meet the crew, learn about the history and craftmanship, and hear about life on board an 18th century ship.
Götheborg is fascinating and unique – a ship loaded with experience. A genuine working ship with a vibrant history, scarred by harsh storms and marked by thousands upon thousands of nautical miles on the seven seas. Here visitors get to learn everything from captivating stories of sailing to the tremendous art of shipbuilding, in a contemporary 18th-century environment.
Barcelona 18–19 March
18 March 14:00–18:00 (last entry at 17:15)
19 March 14:00–18:00 (last entry at 17:15)
Sète 23–27 March
24 March 10:00–14:00 (last entry 13:15)
25 March 10:00–20:00 (last entry 19:15)
26 March 10:00–18:00 (last entry 17:15)
27 March 12:00–15:00 (last entry 14:00)
Tours take about 45–60 minutes.
If tickets are sold out, we may open up more time slots, so keep an eye on our website and social media.
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?
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!