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Sweden
Stockholm

M/S Enköping

The world's oldest passenger ship

Restaurateur Johan Henriksson prepare classic food in a modern style. The maximum number of guests onboard for seated dinners is 102 ship guests.

Inspired by the archipelago and raw materials from land and sea, they prepare fantastic food on the m/s Enköping.

The ship is, according to Lloyds Register of Shipping, the worlds oldest passenger ship. Being in the Strömma Group possition she has undergone careful renovation and on board you will find two beautiful dining rooms as well as a sun deck.

The dining rooms fit 60 and 42 guests, for drinking arrangements, we have room for 140 guests.

M/S Enköpings has been named the world's oldest ship by the international Lloyd's Register. Lloyd's Register is itself the world's largest and oldest international ship classification society.

Restauranteurs : Johan Henriksson & Joakim Lindblom

Max capacity : 110

Phone number : +46 8 12 00 40 42

Price low season: from SEK 7015/h

(Valid October-April, but not December)

Price high season: from SEK 8992/h

(Valid May-September and December)

Minimum 4h

Price : from 7015 SEK per hour (excl. VAT)

Price information

The rental price varies depending on the date and type of event. Leave your requirements here, and we will get back to you with a cost estimation. The rental price is excluding VAT.

Information

Built: 1868
Sittning dinner: max 96 persons
Dining room, upper deck:
60
Dining room, main deck: 36
Buffet: 60
Min number of guests: 25
Transport/drink arrangement:
110
Sun deck:
Yes (under roof)
Wifi: Yes
Impaired mobility:
Stairs/thresholds
Accessible restroom: No.
Other: The maximum capacity on board may vary depending on the season and type of arrangement

Charter Menus - M/S Enköping

Deck plans


Stromma Stockholm Blog - read about M/S Enköping

Are you interested in finding out more about the unique history surrounding the archipelago ships in Stockholm? Read about the ship M/S Enköping, its history and current cruises in Stromma Stockholm Blogg.

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