Do you need additional accommodation for an event, party, cottage, festival, or TV/film production? Offer your group luxurious sleeping, lounging, and recreational space on a sailing ship.
Over the years, we have provided portable additional accommodation for weddings, Midsummer celebrations, anniversaries, festivals, and TV productions, among others.
Facilities and Amenities
The ship can accommodate up to 12 people for overnight stays. There are a total of five cabins; four double cabins with their own toilets and one four-person cabin. The amenities also include a fully equipped kitchen, a living room with a television, a sauna, a shower, and toilets.
The ship's kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator and freezer, stove, oven, microwave, dishwasher, and versatile tableware for larger groups. Grilling is also possible on the gas grill located on the deck.
There is plenty of space on the deck to relax and socialize. Tables and seating are available on the ship's main deck, in the salon below deck, and in the bright steering cabin, which offers views in all directions.
Food and Beverages
If desired, we can tailor a catering solution for the event and your guests. Our staff can serve delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and festive dinners. If you prefer, you can arrange catering services on the ship with your favorite caterer or prepare the food yourself in the fully equipped kitchen.
Destination and Transportation
We always assess the suitability of the location on a case-by-case basis. Joanna Saturna has a draft of 2.8 meters, so the depth of the channels and shore should be sufficient to ensure safe passage. The optimal mooring method is side mooring to a dock. If the dock at the location is not suitable due to its structure, the ship can be anchored offshore. In this case, transportation between the ship and shore is provided by a RIB boat.
Joanna Saturna can take on up to 50 passengers when sailing. Transportation of guests can be arranged if necessary before, during, or after the event. The ship has a crane on the deck, making it easy to transport even heavier objects if needed.