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A piece of Danish maritime history

This old wooden navy ship is a truly interesting place to visit. The experienced tour guides take... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
markusmads
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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This place is one of the main attractions in Ebeltoft. It has a beautiful wooden boat. The gift... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2018
HellyWelly93
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Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
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The museum is definetly for people who are interested in ships and sailing. Otherwise it can tend to be a bit dull. The ship itself is really cool to visit, but to do that you have to pay the entrance fee for the museum.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This old wooden navy ship is a truly interesting place to visit. The experienced tour guides take you into the world of this impressive lady now resting in dry dock living her second life. The passion from the tour guide is amazing and the details you hear about make you feel like being there during some of her tuff times. If in Ebeltoft take the time to see this ship and if nothing else be impressed with craftsmanship of carpentry and shipbuilding traditions.

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Reviewed 26 September 2018

This place is one of the main attractions in Ebeltoft. It has a beautiful wooden boat. The gift shop is really nice. This is also the site of the tourist information. There wasn’t a member of staff in the tourist info, but I’m sure you could ask the museum staff. There were loads of leaflets. Free toilets. The was a restaurant/café across the way. Great views over the water.

Thank HellyWelly93
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Reviewed 1 September 2018 via mobile

It is actually a nice place that details some of the Danish marine history. You can witness the first Danish combined wind and steam ship. There are very few signs on the ship. The nearby museum is nice. It is quite expensive so even though it is nice and a must see, we will not be back anytime soon.

Thank Alex J
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Reviewed 25 July 2018

The old Frigate Jylland is an 1800+ Danish frigate in drydock in Ebeltoft, Denmark. The entire ship is avaliable to visit and walk through, also possible to walk down in the drydock to view ships hull etc. A really great ship worth visiting, fully equipped with over 30 guns. The ship were involved in combat and came out victorious, however with loss of lives, entire story avaliable in museum area.

1  Thank JLarsson
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Reviewed 23 July 2018

Interesting vue from an old wodden warship. Funny to see how people lived on board here in the 18-hundreds

Thank PMyrup
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Reviewed 12 July 2018

A really great experience,but there was not enough information about the daily working of this wonderful vessel of war.One example was the artillery-deck crew's individual function when manning the piece The children wanted to know how they loaded and who fired the canon.We could find no information on this subject.The level of technical information needs radicle improvement.Otherwise a great and adventurous-day of the kids that included rope making and sextant reading.The very fragrance of the shipyard and its functions were enjoyed by all.Thank Jyiiand.

Thank Topaz4you
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Reviewed 3 July 2018

a really interesting place and very friendly. We were even allowed to take the dog on board! could probably do with a few more explantory panels but we loved it !

1  Thank Sarah H
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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

You get a lot of history in the system.
We went for a guided tour and our guide was Thorkild, a man that enjoys his job and really good at it. We really enjoyed our tour and will return one day due to the history is big.

Thank Ingunnraarup
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Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

What an amazing attraction. So much to see and do, totally blew our expectations away. Really awsome to go around the ship looking at how life at sea was for the sailors.
Great to sea the cannon go off, don't miss it. The cannon was way louder than we expected.
The staff are fantastic, there's something about volentere pensioner's they just bubble with pride. And proud they should be great day out and super value.

Thank AxelsCamperVan
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