Together with you, we want to create a space for musical exchange and experimentation between musicians on the sea. In small and larger groups, you can jam, improvise, or give small concerts on board at any opportunity. In the cities we sail to, we want to use pedestrian zones and public places to make music together. In the evenings we could
    give concerts together at the harbor, e.g. with the Lovis as a stage. Nothing is necessary, everything is possible!

    Based on the experience of the previous tours, we want to use the common space more for the exchange of skills and experiences – be it musically, in terms of content, or in terms of stage presence/appearance etc.
    Already existing groups are as welcome as single musicians. Your music and instruments should be compatible to road and ship (i.e. rather mobile) and should not require major technical equipment. You should be able to play/improvise well with other musicians.

    Cost contribution: 310 to 460 € p.p. depending on self-assessment (Even 310 euros are too much for you? Please let us know in time, then it’s no problem. Then you can still come along! :-))

    If you feel addressed, write us a few lines about you and your music to Musik[ät]lovis[dot]de


    We want to approach the motto “sails always, engine never” as far as the situation allows. This means that together we will look at what the weather and our mood offer and take care of the safe and fun progress with Lovis in alternating shifts. In addition to lookouts, navigation, steering and sailing manoeuvres, we also enjoy good conversations, games and delicious food. And even though we have quite a distance to cover, we will certainly find the opportunity to anchor or moor up in a nice harbour every now and then. Previous experience is not a prerequisite, much can be learned and tried out during the trip. The cost contribution for the trip is 450 to 660 EUR according to your own assessment (kids from 6 years old pay half the price, younger kids to your own assessment). If that’s too expensive for you, just get in touch anyway. We will certainly find a solution.

    If you are interested or have any questions, please contact us at esther[ät]lovis[dot]de

    We look forward to a wonderful, sociable time together, full of sailing, life and pleasure!


    The movement of a sailing ship is influenced by wind, weather and waves – people at sea have always drawn or documented what they have seen. Inspired by this, we want to draw, paint, write and express ourselves creatively. We want to experience the connection between sailing and art for the second time on our Art Sailing Cruise 2024.
    This cruise is an opportunity to see nature from a different perspective and to develop our creative side. That is why we are happy to not only welcome people who are already creative, but also those who would like to try out creative techniques and methods for the first time. We would like to offer the opportunity to learn from each other. We are very happy if you want to share a skill.
    We will have a few materials such as pens, paper and lino printing on board. Nevertheless, we recommend that you bring your own sketchbook and pens as well as any creative tools that you would like to use or share with others. In the end, we can create a logbook that summarises our experiences at sea.
    All people are welcome. However, we do not tolerate any forms of discrimination. Bear in mind that this is a trip that involves a bit of travelling, so we may have to sail through the night.
    We would be very happy if you could organise an arrival and departure for yourself that does not include a flight. There are trains to Göteborg via Kopenhagen, so it’s also easy to departure from Copenhagen by train.
    For adults the cost contribution incl. foods is between 450-660€ according to self-evaluation, children from 6 up to 15 years pay 50% and the cost for children under the age of 5 are on a self-evaluation basis.

    You can register here: raupe[ät]lovis[dot]de

    You can find more information at

    Best regards
    Jürgen and Raupe

    (DE) FLINTA*-Segeltörn