Delicious food from the sea with a live music entertainment aboard a classic archipelago boat while the view changes outside the window, sounds tempting? Then you are welcome on board the M/S S:t Erik to take part of our shrimp and salmon cruise. We depart several nights a week from Lilla Bommen in Gothenburg. Due to the current pandemic we have made adaptations to this cruise for everybody’s safety. We have reduced the number of guests onboard, increased the spacing between tables and have rigorous routines when it comes to hygiene and cleaning.
Islands of the archipelago
M/S S:t Erik takes you out in the archipelago of Gothenburg. During the evening we pass many well-known islands such as Styrsö, Donsö and Brännö. The price includes a welcome drink, salmon and shrimp buffet, entertainment and boat trip. If you or anyone in your group have any dietary restrictions like vegetarian / vegan or food intolerances please contact us directly and the restaurateurs will accommodate for this.
Adaptations during Corona
We closely follow the advice and recommendations made by the Swedish Public Health Authority and have taken additional precautionary measures:
- Reduced number of guests
- Additional space between tables in dining rooms and salons
- Preventing queuing when possible
- Staff specially assigned to instruct guests when to go to the buffet.
- Serving cutlery is replaced regularly
- Strict routines regarding cleaning and hygiene
- Sanitizer available to maintain good hand hygiene
- Both guests and staff must stay at home when showing any signs of infection
Our shrimp come from sustainable sources and are wild-caught out of consideration for the health of the marine environment. Stromma actively works with questions regarding sustainability. We cooperate with the WWF for a cleaner Baltic Sea, all our restaurants are certified by KRAV, a Swedish association promoting sustainable food production and consumption, we only serve fair trade and eco-certified coffee and tea, and never use fish that is labeled red according to the WWF seafood guide. Read more about our work in the field of sustainability here.