M/S Prins Carl Philip (built 1901) is named after her godfather Prince Carl Philip. The boat is a perfect party venue for events such as cruises in Lake Mälaren and the Stockholm archipelago with lunch, dinner, or parties. It is also suitable for transport with mingling. The boat takes between 30-140 people.
On the classically, beautiful wooden main deck, there is a cafeteria, and half a flight of stairs up is a saloon that can be used as a dining room, mingling area, or dance floor. On the upper deck, there is a sun deck which is perfect for drinks and mingling. The main dining room is decorated with light colors, wood, and brass and has generous light. There is also a bar in the dining room.
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The Advantages of Renting M/S Prins Carl Philip
- Two dining rooms - one of which is perfect as a meeting space
- Sun deck - perfect for drinks and mingling
- Boat crew, serving & kitchen staff, and cleaning are included
The Ship's Menus - Food & Drink
Good service, selected ingredients, good drinks, and fine-tuned flavors are what the restaurant on board M/S Prins Carl Philip has to offer - a hard-to-beat combination. All food is prepared on board in the ship's kitchen.
Together with our restaurateurs, Stromma works continuously to reduce our impact on the environment. In our restaurants, for example, we do not use single-use plastic, we only use environmentally friendly cleaning products, we only serve environmentally and fair-traded coffee and tea, etc. Please read more about our sustainability work.
M/S Prins Carl Philip is available to rent for those who want a traditional and atmospheric Christmas dinner on board a boat.
The History of M/S Prins Carl Philip
In 1901, M/S Prins Carl Philip was built at Bergsund's Mekaniska Verkstad as a steamship named S/S Nya Hillersjö. She operated on Lake Mälaren with the task of picking up and delivering grain and vegetables for sale at Salutorget in Stockholm. Over the years, the ship has changed its name several times, first to Bayard, then to Hönö, and to Bayard again, and finally, in 1981 she was named M/S Prins Carl Philip.
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Did you know that during the early 20th century, M/S Prins Carl Philip transported prisoners to Svartsjö prison? This was a popular public attraction among curious Stockholmers who could see the prisoners being brought on board up close.