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S/S Norrskär

Technical details:

IMO: 5256537
Type: Passenger ship
Building material: Steel hull
Length: 34.84 m
Beam: 6.88 m
Draught: 3.5 m
Propulsion: 1 x Eriksberg steam engine; total 350 hp, 257 kW
Speed: 13 knots
Capacity: 400 passengers

S/S Norrskär


General history and facts:

”S/S Norrskär” is a steam-propelled passenger ship, built at Eriksbergs Mekaniska Verkstad in Gothenburg and launched on 12th of November 1909. It was intended to serve the route Stockholm-Sandhamn and initially was named S/S Sandhamns Express. The ship went into traffic on 24th of April 1910. In 1947 it was sold to Waxholmsbolaget and two years later in 1949 it changed name to S/S Norrskär. Since then it continues to transport passengers in the Stockholm's archipelago. The original engine was changed with more powerful one in 2000. Since 2010 it is listed as a historic Swedish ship (K-marked).

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