Suomen Joutsen

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Suomen Joutsen in Turku

Suomen Joutsen (Swan of Finland in English) (former names are Laënnec, Oldenburg) is a three-mast, steel hull, full rigged ship. She was built in 1902 in St. Nazaire, France to serve in the trade between Atlantic and Pacific ports. In 1930 she was bought by the Government of Finland to serve as Finnish Navy training ship. Before World War II she made eight long ocean voyages. From 1956 she was a stationary Seamen's School for the Finnish Merchant Navy. Since 1991, she has been a museum ship owned by City of Turku, Finland.

Technical specifications

  • Dimensions
    • Length: 84.3 m
    • Width: 12.2 m
    • Depth: 6.3 m

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Coordinates: 60°26′10″N 22°14′13″E / 60.43611°N 22.23694°E / 60.43611; 22.23694

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