Do you like the sound of delicious food from the sea, live music entertainment and a cruise through the archipelago with the best views from a classic ship? Then our luxurious Shrimp and Salmon cruise is for you! The cruise includes a welcome drink, plenty of shrimp, salmon and herring dishes, mussels and salads with live music entertainment and views of the Gothenburg archipelago. Everything is included in the price and you can book further down on this page.
Plese note that April 6-15 M/S Carl Michael Bellman will replace M/S S:t Erik.
Evening cruise through the Gothenburg archipelago
Classic archipelago ship M/S S:t Erik departs from harbour Lilla Bommen and takes you out through the beautiful Gothenburg archipelago. During the evening we will pass islands such as Styrsö, Donsö and Brännö. Simply stunning views combined with delicious food.
Additional extras for a luxury treat
Are you looking for a treat to make the evening even more special? In addition to the luxury buffet onboard you can also add lobster and langoustines to your meal. Please note that the additional extra must be pre-ordered at least three days in advance and by 12pm at the latest.
- Half a lobster – neutral flavour
- Langoustines – freshly cooked in beer and dill
Finish the evening in the best way with coffee and desserts from the buffet, extra cost SEK 120.
Are you allergic or need special diet?
If you have an allergy or need special special diet, contact us and we will help you. If you are vegan, you choose a vegan main course when booking the cruise, the main course will replace the fish and seafood on the buffet.
Stromma Sweden's Sustainability Work & Eco-labeled Shrimp
Our shrimp come from sustainable sources and are wild caught out of consideration for the health of the marine environment. At all Stromma Sweden's restaurants, we conduct purposeful sustainability work. We only use environmentally friendly cleaning agents and work actively to reduce the use of single-use plastic items. We only serve organic and ethically labeled coffee/tea and never fish that has a red light in WWF's fish guide. Our goal is for the purchase share of sustainable food to gradually increase. Read more about our work in the field of sustainability here.