Brief Information

Type of ship

3-masted topsail-schooner


Sailing area

Baltic Sea


Port of departure

Kiel (GER)



Length: 47,00 m

Width: 5,80 m

Draught: 2,30 m

Sail Area: 535 m²

Engine: 385 hp


Internal structure & extras


Overnight’s stay: 32 people

Day passengers: 80 people




9 x 2 person cabins

2 x 3 person cabins

2 x 4 person cabins


Showers: 4

Toilets: 5



bar, gas grill, beer tap, dinghy, library, games and cards, CD player with connection for mobile phone, TV, all cabins including a hatch for fresh air, 220 V connection in the cabins and day rooms, reading lamp over beds, washing machine, gas stove with 6 hot plates and oven, dishwasher, coffee machine, large fridge (580 l) with freezer (95 l), flipchart, radio, swimming ladder, wheelhouse, benches and tables on deck, space for up to 26 bicycles on deck, children life jackets, 2 cozy day rooms.

Description of the ship

The Swaensborgh was launched in 1907 in the port city Moorege by Hannus Jacobs from the stack. Over the years, the ship has been extended twice to an impressive three-mast topsail schooner that sails the North Sea and Baltic Sea.


Swaensborgh offers space for up to 80 guests on day and evening cruises. Both on deck, as well as in the cozy day room, enough seats are available. The interior of the ship was completely renovated in the winter of 2016/2017. Both the cabins, which offer a total of up to 32 people for overnight accommodation, as well as the day room invites you to linger. The traditional charm of the ship has been preserved until today. The Swaensborgh has many extras, including a welcoming bar, which makes the ship a modern, yet still traditional three-masted topsail schooner.


Prices & Availability

Week:  € 9.300,00
Midweek:  € 6.150,00
Weekend:  € 4.950,00
Day/evening trip:  € 4.225,00
Final cleaning € 150,00

Low season discount

Prices low season 1 (-20%)

01.01. - 25.03. & 21.10. - 31.12.2019


Prices low season 2 (-10%)


26.03. -05.05. & 16.09. - 20.10.2019