Wooden Schooners

Welcome on board our three Wooden Schooners


Mira is a two-masted schooner built in Faaborg, Denmark in 1898. Mira fought hard to compete on the shipping markets until competition finally forced small freighters out of the market. Her nickname – “First Lady of Nyhavn” – derives from her beauty.

Mira sleeps 12 and has space for 22 on day trips.

More info on the Schooner Mira here


Halmø – a two-masted schooner – has an interesting history. After being launched in Faaborg, Denmark in 1900, she ploughed Danish waters as a freighter and carried many Danish Jews to safety in Sweden during the Second World War.

Halmø sleeps 10 and has space for 42 on day trips.

More info on the Schooner Halmø here

Lilla Dan

Lilla Dan is a red topsail schooner built in Svendborg, Denmark in 1951 as a training ship for the J. Lauritzen shipping company, which still owns the beautiful wooden ship today. The concept for the ship was to give trainees a sense of life at sea.

Lilla Dan sleeps 16 and has space for 40 on day trips.

More info on the Schooner Lilla Dan here