Sail aboard an old wooden boat listed Danish maritime heritage
After moults adventures, the ship has been completely renovated with a team of passionate of boats, and returned in 2005 as sail to its original waters. Its home port is now located at Ballen on the island of Samsø.
Approved by the Danish Maritime Authority, the ship can carry up to 38 passengers. It sails every summer between Samsø Islands and offers various services to discover the natural marine heritage of the region.
Seals safaris off Samsø
Each summer, three daily tours are available every Tuesday and Wednesday seals watching and sailing around Vejrø, Kyholm, Besser Reef and Lindholm Islands. The tours are guided by the captain. For nature lovers, it is possible to order, from Samsø School of the Nature, an onboard naturalist guide. Number of seabird species can be watched from the boat and it is common to see porpoises accompanying boat on a portion of the path.
Visit the small bucolic island of Tunø
Every Thursday and Friday, sea trips are organized between the port of Marup, Samsø, and the island of Tunø, former home port of the vessel. The small island of Tunø has 120 inhabitants who stand out for living without any car. It is a quiet and bucolic popular destination for boaters. On the island, you may find a grocery store, inn, restaurant, mini golf and various tourist shops. It is possible to rent bicycles to tour the island that can also be done on foot in about three hours.