Summer Night Sea trips m/s Oulu

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During a summer night on a cruise, you have a great opportunity to spend the most beautiful times in a nautical summer night and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the city of Oulu and the surrounding archipelago in the mid-summer night, the tradition of ship m/s Oulu perched.

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During the sea voyage sailing around Oulu, you will be able to see Oulu from the Sea, as well as the archipelago of Oulu. Nallikari, Vihreäsaari, Oritkari, Kyrönkari and Varjakan. After passing the Kolmikulman buoy, Hailuoto opens on the port side on the horizon, leaving the high island of Pensaskari on the starboard.

During the cruise, you will have the opportunity to explore the interior of the ship.

Sea trips depart from Toppila harbour, at Toppila Pier 4, at the Silo House

Duration: approximately 2-3 hour

Group size: 10 – 12

We reserve the right to cancel the program if the minimum size of the group is not reached.

More information about the Oulu ship and services:

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Oulu Ship History:
Built in 1963 at Reposaari Engineering Workshop, Pori, for use by the Maritime Administration, as an inspection vessel for the Oulu Pilot District. The ship has a length of 36.7 meters, a width of 9 meters and a draft of 3.2 meters.
In this task, it was the name of Oulu by 1982, when it moved to Saimaa and was renamed Soisalo. In 1988, the duties of the vessel changed again, as it was further transferred to the naval forces by FNS Kustaanmiekka as the name of the surveillance vessel.
In 2007, the Navy removed the ship from its fleet and the Merellinen Oulu Association bought the ship for a nominal amount. At that time the name of the ship was changed from Kustaanmiekka to m / s Oulu, more commonly known as Oulu ship.
Currently, one of the two siblings of the Oulu ship are operating, probably in Australia, and another sister ship has been scrapped in Latvia.
Today, the ship is a combination of modern technology and the ship’s nostalgic history tradi-tions.
The ship is suitable for transport, education and culture.