With our classic M/S Djurgården 7 it is esay to travel through Stockholm by water. She is perfect if you going to an event, wedding or another activity and want to take the waterway to your next stop. On board there is plenty of room to mingle and there are also two sundecks. If you want to, you are allowed to bring your own food and beverages.
The passenger ship Djurgården 7 was built in 1893 and was the first ferry of its type and appearance. Djurgården 7 was built by Järnvägs AB Stockholm-Saltsjön as a passenger ferry and went between Stadsgården and Karl XII Square.
She was sold in 1937 to Västeras and she was named Elba II. In 1953 she was once again back the name Djurgården 7 when Ångslups Stockholm AB acquired her. In 1971 the old steam engine was replaced to a diesel engine when Waxholmsbolaget took over her. Since 2004, she is part of Strömma as a sightseeing, mingel- and transport boat.