Schooner Ingo

The Schooner Ingo is a three masted schooner classified as a cultural memory of Sweden. Originally built in Sjötorp her current homeport is Göteborg on the Swedish west coast. Built in 1922 she is one of a few remaining traditional sail ships that continue the tradition along the Swedish coasts and neighbouring countries.

Length over all

27,8 m

Length with Bowspirit 38,0 m
Beam 7,1 m
Sailarea 440 m2
Number of sails 10 sails
Certificate Large coastaltrade
Insurance Alandia Assuransförening
Nautical equip. Radar, Echo Sounder, GPS, AIS
Callsign SIXW
Main Engine Volvo Penta TMD 220 HK
Generator Perkins 40kVa 230/400V
Safety Gear CO-2 fire extinguishing system, fire pump, fire alarm, fire extinguishers och sprinkler,
Life saving Four 25 man life rafts, ships boat, lifebelts
Interior 4 four man cabins, 1 two man cabin, 10 beds in the mess
Mess Room for 45 seated people eating
Galley Refrigerator, freezer, gas stove, gas oven, electrical oven,  coffeemaker, Electrolux dishwasher, microwave.
Facilities 2 toilets, hot and cold water, dehumidifier.
Passengers Sleeping 28, eating in the mess 45, daycruises 93.