The three-masted schooner Linden of Åland, built 1990–1992 in Mariehamn, replica of Linden of 1920. OSO-Maritim has exclusive rights to sell the three-masted schooner Linden.
Linden was built for Verner Pettersson, who would be the skipper and main shareholder, at Ytternäs near Mariehamn. Linden sailed 1920–1940, primarily with wood from Finland and Norrland, Sweden, to ports in Denmark and Germany, sometimes England. She made her last voyage in 1947.
The replica Linden was built in Sjökvarteret in Mariehamn to keep the know-how of building wooden ships that had been acquired by building Albanus (the repair of Sigyn 1998–2001 was made possible by these efforts, Jehu was a later followup on the same theme).
Linden was designed to be operated commercially, financed by charter trips, as there was enough work for the volunteers with Albanus. She is registered for domestic passenger traffic and special purpose Baltic Sea traffic, with capacity of 65 passengers on day trips, 29 overnight. (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Linden_(ship,_1992)
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