Archipelago Tour with lunch

A guided lunch cruise in Stockholm archipelago

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from SEK 380

This 2,5 hour long guided lunch cruise is the perfect way to experience the best of what the beautiful Stockholm archipelago has to offer. On board our guide will tell you all about what’s typical about the archipelago in a very inspiring way, making the journey a beautiful and informative outing. 

You will travel with M/S Östanå I built 1906 a classic pearl and well-known element in the archipelago.

Lunch is included in the price
Your main course is included in the price, and you book it in advance together with your booking. On board there is also a cafeteria that serve hot and cold drinks and sandwiches, salads and pies.

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*Free cancellation up to 24 hours before departure applies for parties of between 1 and 9 persons. Read more at our Terms and Conditions

Archipelago Tour with Lunch

2h 30min

This is the perfect trip if you are looking to experience the untouched nature of our archipelago in a short time. Guided boat tour and one main course is included in the price. You pre-order your lunch together with your booking.

Tour facts

Season: 01 January 2018 - 31 December 2018

Departs from: Strandvägen, berth no 15 at 10:30 & 14:00.

Children 6-15 yrs: Half price
Children 0-5 yrs: Free of charge

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