A rare opportunity to see the world’s largest sailing barque - Norway’s Statsraad Lehlmkuhl.
The return of the Lehmkuhl to Montrose after last Summer’s spectacular visit is a treat not to be missed.
The elegant Norwegian three-masted Statsraad Lehmkuhl is a 1516 – tonne barque painted in white and gold.
It arrives in Montrose at 9 am on Sat. 19 August and departs Sunday 20 August at 5 pm. It will be open to the public from 12.00 to 3.00 pm on Sunday. Donations to Montrose Bamse Project.
Public entry will be from the gate in Wharf Street, where there will be parking restrictions. People have been asked to approach on foot.
For further information, please contact:
Henny King Director Bamse Project: 82 350 244 m: 07841 571 747
Dr Andrew Orr Chairman Bamse Project 01674 850 480
Port Control Montrose Port Authority 01674 672 302
or visit: http://www.lehmkuhl.no/