Open daily during the summer
Guided tours on board the ship
Join us on a journey from the 18th century till today through a guided tour on board and experience everything from captivating stories to the tremendous art of shipbuilding. Open daily during the summer! Welcome on board!
June 1 - Aug 31
Monday - Sunday, 11 am, Noon, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm
Closed during the Midsummer holiday June 22 - 24
A HISTORiCAL SETTING IN A UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT
The East Indiaman Götheborg creates a unique setting, adding brand new dimensions with a smell of tar and a great sense of adventure to your event. It inspires, gives energy, and contributes in making something spectacular out of your event.
BOOKING & PRICE DETAILS
+46 736 465 395
Invite to a ship loaded with experiences
Why not combine your corporate event with fun activities on board for all participants? Divide into smaller groups and participate in all from adventure activities, such as climbing the rig, to more still activities, such as learning how to tie a knot.
We have all the possibilities to invite you to experience beyond the usual. Open all year around and can customize your event according to your requirements.
Join us on a journey from the 18th century till today through a guided tour on board. Open daily during the summer. Welcome on board to a ship loaded with experiences!
The Swedish East India Company
Did you know that the Swedish East India Company, founded in 1731, was one of Sweden’s most successful companies in history? The Company made the small country of Sweden part of a big world through the profitable trading trips with the East Indiamen to China. The city of Gothenburg flourished into a prosperous commercial centre.
A living ship
The East Indiaman Götheborg is a living ship brimming with history to be told. Since the construction of the ship, we have rediscovered knowledge and expertise on how an 18th century ship is built, sailed, and maintained. As a volunteer you get the chance to take part of this knowledge and learn the craftsmanship on board. What is required for keeping an 18th century ship in good shape? What materials were used at that time, and what is used today? The tasks are varied and can revolve around anything from taring ropes and scraping the Hull, to working in the Rigging.