Summer, archipelago, and brunch – welcome on board M/S St. Erik for a lovely brunch cruise through Gothenburg's fantastic archipelago with a stop at the island Brännö. A brunch cruise with a taste of the west coast, perfect to enjoy together with friends and/or family.
Restaurant with the best views
Good food, nice company, and perhaps Gothenburg's best view is a hard-to-beat combination. From your table in the restaurant on the archipelago boat M/S S:t Erik you can enjoy the views of the beautifully barren nature, which is a unique thing about the west coast. During the cruise in the southern archipelago, the captain will tell you about interesting places along the route – we pass, among other things, Asperö, Brännö where we dock, Styrsö and Köpstadsö.
Brunch buffet with summery flavors
The restaurateurs on board M/S S:t Erik has composed a brunch buffet filled with summery and classic dishes with elements of the archipelago. On the way to Brännö, you enjoy the brunch buffet – here you will find everything from different kinds of herring to charcuterie, fresh salads and freshly baked bread.. When you return to the boat after the visit to Brännö, the staff on board have prepared a delicious dessert buffet.
A stop at the archipelago island Brännö
At Brännö, one of the Gothenburg archipelago's most famous islands, we make a short stop for a leg stretcher. Perhaps you have time to take a dance at Brännö jetty like in Lasse Dahlquist's famous waltz "De' ä' dans på Brännö brygga"?
Brännö is a vibrant archipelago island with year-round residents, beautiful nature, and child-friendly baths – it is a popular destination for tourists during the summer months. The island differs from other islands in the archipelago thanks to the agriculture, pilot history and shipping that have provided the main livelihood.
All our boat restaurants are KRAV-certified
At Stromma, we work actively with sustainability. We cooperate with the World Wide Fund for Nature, WWF, for a cleaner Baltic Sea. Our boat restaurants are KRAV-certified and we only serve fair- and eco-labeled coffee and tea and never serve fish that are red-listed in WWF's fish guide.