Svanhild af Borgå

Svanhild was built in Grännes, Finland, in 1948 for timber freight traffic around the Baltic Sea. The current owner acquired Svanhild in 1972, the ship’s cargo hold was transformed into a recreational space, and new masts and rigging were constructed according to the ship’s original model. Renovations were continued in 2006 when Svanhild received a new keel and the ship’s technical systems and interior fixtures were renewed. Svanhild is an excellent setting for both evening gatherings as well as cruises lasting several days. The ship is equipped with seven 2-3 person cabins, accommodating up to 20 people. On day cruises Svanhild can hold up to 60 people.

Svanhild was approved to Finland's National Board of Antiquities’ registry of traditional tall ships in 1994.

Svanhild Kauppatorilla.
Svanhild saaressa.
Svanhildin salonki keulasta Päin.
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