Royal Wooden Boat
The Royal Wooden Boat once belonged to the Royal Family.
The boat was built for the Danish Royal Family in 1926. At that time it was Christian the 10th that ruled the country. Since then, the boat has undergone a massive renovation (1200+ man hours).
The boat was used for transit from the shore to the Royal Family’s main boat, the ”King ship of the Danish flag”.
The king was a tall man. He was 1.91 meters tall. The means that the boat was built so that no royalties was to bump their head on the ceiling.
You are able to invite up to 21 guests on board, for an unforgettable experience trough the Copenhagen canals. We recommend pick-up in Nyhavn.
See more pictures here at https://vip-cph.com/boat-pictures/