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Classic Christmas buffet at M / S Enköping

MS Enköping is one of the world's oldest passenger ships. Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer. Today Seafun was on board to test the classic Christmas buffet aboard the Strömma vessel M / S Enköping. The ship was built 1868 and is one of the world's oldest passenger ships in regular traffic, just the cool I thought. Jullunch in the archipelago We had booked ...
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KC Wallberg shows Christmas at MS Prince Carl Philip

Eating a Christmas table on a piece of floating ship history is something special! Photo: Annica Nicklasson. As you may have seen, I'm writing on a regular basis about various Christmas cruises; it's like the stuff now in November / December, at least if you live up here in the north, like Christmas food and to cross! ...
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About Strömma Channel Company

Strömma Channel Company is a part of Strömma Turism & Sjöfart AB, which also has brands such as Göta Kanal Shipping Company and Stockholm Sightseeing. Strömma Channel Company was founded in the 1800 century and is active both in Stockholm and Gothenburg. In the company's fleet there are eight vessels, offering day trips and excursions by boat in ...
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Afternoon tea cruise - a cozy autumn activity!

The afternoon tea cruise leaves at. from Nybrokajen in Stockholm. Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer. On sunday, I and Kristofer made an Afternoon tea cruise in Stockholm's beautiful archipelago. It is Strömas ship Gustafsberg VII from 1912, which organizes these nice tours from Nybrokajen in Stockholm. The ship has an under floor with a bar / cafe that does not ...
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Afterwork with Strömma

TGIF! The week ends with a floating afterwork on Ms. Diana, one of Strömas three enchanted ships who cross the "Sweden's Blue Band", Göta Kanal. Part of the trip (the full-fledged canal cruise runs between Stockholm and Gothenburg) I have done. A wonderful cruise experience in "slow style" and a bit of life's must ;-).
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