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On the River Motława you will find one of the most famous post war ship builds in Gdansk shipyard history.
S S Soldek was a coal and ore freighter that was the first ship built post WW2,the first of 29 ships built between 1949 and...More
This would be a cool visit for someone with kids or ship buffs. As a 19yo solo traveller it wasn't quite what I would've hoped for. The price was very cheap with the student discount and It is entertaining especially inside the ship. I was...More
As a ship geek, this was amazing. All areas of the ship are accessible and you are on board as long as you want. There are some lovely views along the river.
Soldek is very important to the city of Gdansk and this shows throughout...More
I don't think the boat was open when I passed it a Cold morning in march I had a little plan over visiting it but the long weekend run away and I had to go home With not visiting it only some photo when I...More
But it is ever present in the riverscape. Found out the relevance to it and who it was named after from the Sala BHP visit so that added to it. It's berthed opposite the crane and well, you can't miss it really.
This museum ship is part of The National Maritime Museum.
You can visit particular parts of the Museum separately or together.
The ship is moored on the bank of Motlawa River by the main building of the Museum.
You can get there by museum's ferry...More
We bought a combo ticket to the National Maritime museum. It would be OK visit with kids, but not much for grown-ups, unless specifically interested in ships. There is not much to see how day-to-day life looked, except for the mess and rather bare galley....More
The SS Soldek is an old steam powered freighter tied up in Gdańsk and is now a museum. A small fee of about £1.70 will get access to a maritime relic.
About 30 minutes to an hour is all you need for this central attraction....More
Inexpensive museum where you are able to freely wander round a historic ship (first ship built in Poland after the second word war).
Learn what it was like to work, sleep and eat at sea.
Worth a visit.