Day cruise from Hanko to Söderlångvik Manor on Kemiö island

Embark on a boat trip on the lovely M/S Falken to Amos Anderson’s (1880-1961) summer paradise!

Söderlångvik’s main building, recently renovated to its original 1930s splendor, has served as an art museum since 1965 and also highlights Amos Anderson’s personal history. In the summer of 2022, the museum is open to the public with the exhibition Through New Eyes.
In addition to delicious food, the restaurant Café Söderlångvik also offers changing art exhibitions, the farm’s own direct sales and a shop with local crafts. In the vicinity of the museum there are beautiful apple orchards, a recently restored magnificent park and plenty of nature trails.

Between 28th June and and 11th August 2022, a cruise will run from Hanko to Söderlångvik Manor via the most beautiful archipelago route imaginable. Come along and experience a fantastic estate, which in summer is like visiting Tuscany!

Timetable – Departures on Tuesdays and Thursdays 

  • 11.00 Hanko-Söderlångvik 12.45
    Between programs, you can get to know Söderlångvik Manor on your own. Things to see and experience include the park, apple orchards, wagon museum and outdoor artwork, playground, craft shop and the apple orchard’s direct sales
  • 13.00 Lunch, Café Söderlångvik – Summer 2022’s art exhibition is Flame by Jan-Erik Andersson
  • 14.00 and 14.30 Short guided introductions to Söderlångvik Museum and the exhibition With new eyes, in Swedish and Finnish. Audio Guide and Gallery Guide available in English
  • 15.45 Söderlångvik-Hanko 17.30


The price of the cruise is 129 euros/adult (125 € with the Museum Card) and 89 euros/children (5-12 years), children under 4 years travel for free.
The price includes boat transport Hanko-Söderlångvik-Hanko, entrance fee to the museum with a short introduction and lunch from Café Söderlångvik’s famously fine buffet. (

Price for the cruise is 129 € for adults (125 € with the Museum Card) and 89 € for children (5-12 years), children under 4 years travel for free.

More information

You can read more about the museum and the exhibition from HERE.

Please book your trip beforehand: