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The museumship Pommern is the world’s only 4-masted sailing ship still in its original state. On board you can explore the ship from hold to charthouse. The ship is a part of the Aland Maritime Museum, an exciting museum for children and adults...more
Hamngatan 2, Mariehamn, Aland Island 22100, Finland
This sailing vessel is a beautiful ship that is worth taking time to see. They are in the process of restoring and putting it on display in a more prominent place in the future. If you can wait to see it when it is finished...More
While Pommern is still undergoing renovations, we were able to get a limited - access tour on board.
Unlike other ships, she never had an engine fitted, and is the last of the great sailing ships to be left unmodified. Beautifully built and maintained, she...More
The museumship Pommern wasn't open - closed for maritime restoration work - and some of the artifacts are now in the maritime museum temporarily - BUT it's still worth a walk to see the impressive ship - it's huge
Built on the Clyde for a german shipping company in the early 1900's, its an impressive ship that ended its career working out of the Aland Islands. Its under repair at present and was closed to visitors but its still impressive
The Pommern has been moved further north up the coast and laid up for major works before being returned to a dry dock at some stage. Check the website.
You can still see her from the outside either from the sea or close up from...More
It's an easy bike ride or walk from the town center. The ship is beautiful but apparently undergoing some renovations on the deck so we were told the museum wouldn't be open in 2017. It's still worth seeing the outside and the beautiful waterfront.
Visiting the Pommern was really very interesting, we only had 3 hours and I could've easily spent more time there.
The history of the ship is told well and you can start to imagine what it must've been like to travel from Australia to Europe...More