The Wreck Tunnel
The Wreck Tunnel is an underwater tunnel down to the bottom of the Baltic Sea. From the tunnel window you can see a real shipwreck. It is most likely the warship Prince Carl from 1684. The ship was part of an expedition against Denmark in 1700 and during the battles of Möen and Fehmarn a few years later. The warship was built in Kalmar and was about 50 metres long and 12 metres wide. It was a ship of the line, forming lines together and firing in the same direction, but divided into different ranks. The Prince Carl belonged to the first rank of battleships. In 1714, the ship consisted of 86 guns and held over 500 boatmen and 100 soldiers.
The Seamen's Workshop
- and Dunders deck
In between exhibitions, it might be nice for the children to do some crafts. In the Seamen's Workshop, you can do marine-themed crafts together. There are always staff on hand to help any crafty child. The Seamen's Workshop is aimed at children between 6 and 12 years old. If there's lots of running and playing in your body, there's Dunder's deck. There, children can play Ship ahoy, try experiments, challenge each other in competitions, solve problems, test their balance and send radio messages.