A perfect summer day trip: a return boat journey from central Stockholm, with a delicious one-course lunch and an opportunity to visit magnificent Drottningholm Palace.
Lunch cruise with departure at 12.00
The M/S Prins Carl Philip departs at 12.00 from Klara Mälarstrand and on board restaurateur KC Wallberg serves a delicious lunch of Gravlax with creamy dill-sauce new potatoes and salad. In the restaurant, you can enjoy the stunning views and the beautiful scenery as the boat cruises across Lake Mälaren.
In addition to this summer special offer, we offer several other lunch cruises to Drottningholm, read more>>
Drottningholm – a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Once we reach Drottningholm, the M/S Prins Carl Philip docks and you get time to go ashore to explore Drottningholm. Drottningholm Palace, which was built in the 1600s, is considered to be the best-preserved palace from that period. We recommend a visit to the palace and a stroll through the exquisite royal reception rooms. Together with the Chinese Pavilion, the Palace Theatre, and the magnificent gardens and park areas, the palace is an impressive historic site. Drottningholm has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage list since 1991.
The palace has been the permanent residence of the Swedish royal family since 1981. The rooms in the southern wing of the palace are reserved for Their Majesties the King and Queen. Admission tickets to Drottningholm are purchased at the site.
Return journey to Stockholm
After a day spent at Drottningholm, you reboard the M/S Prins Carl Philip for a restful trip back to Stockholm. Lean back and admire the delightful scenery. If you fancy refreshments, the on-board bar offers coffee, tea, snacks and a variety of beverages.
All our restaurant boats are KRAV certified
At Stromma, we have integrated our sustainability efforts in our daily work. We collaborate with WWF (World Wildlife Fund) for a cleaner Baltic Sea, our restaurant vessels are KRAV certified, we only serve fair trade and eco-labelled coffee and tea, and we never serve fish that is red-listed by the WWF.