Mjølner was originally built in 1922 in Svendborg, and it was taken over by Langeland Museum in 1990. The vessel is preserved as close to the original as possible.
In connection to the establishment of an opaque seafaring in Det Sydfynske Øhav (The South Funen Archipelago), Naturturisme I/S gave a grant to the new sails and a dissemination of the seafaring.
Today, Mjølner sails as a museum ship.
Collaborators: Langeland Museum
Mjølner on open sea.
The project was handed over in 2004
Project sum: 47.000 dkr.
The project was supported by: