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Anna Rogde Photo: Anna Rogde
Anna Rogde Photo: Anna Rogde
Anna Rogde Photo: Anna Rogde
Anna Rogde Photo: Anna Rogde
Anna Rogde Photo: Anna Rogde
Read more: Up to the mast!
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The world’s oldest sailing schooner, built 1868. The good ship transported dried cod to distant ports like Lisbon and Arkhangelsk. This part of our cultural heritage is lovingly restored, and is now used to teach the young generation how to sail, but is also available for small and medium sized groups. Suggested tours (but we have an ocean of possibilities): - The island of Kjøtta, the home port of the Rogde family. - Round trip to Grytøy and Sundsvallsundet. - Week-end to Lofoten - Ski and sail in the Lyngen Alps March-May - Northern Lights sailings in winter. - Weddings and other events. Capacity: 60 deck passengers, berths for 15.

Group booking via Destination Harstad post@destinationharstad.no or Sør-Troms Museum annarogde@stmu.no

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The world’s oldest sailing schooner, built 1868. The good ship transported dried cod to distant ports like Lisbon and Arkhangelsk. This part of our...

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