The damn thing sunk on the first day, because idiots put the gun ports too low
Those ships was a work of art.
Im interested to know how that is so well preserved, considering its wood and it should have decayed to nothing by now
How do you know it's the best preserved 17th century ship? Is there a list, a top 10 of best preserved ships? How do you measure that a ship is well preserved?... Ah yes, marketing at its finest
It was a lousy ship, sank leaving harbor on first try. Sweden’s big fail.
I visited the museum, it was awesome
Want to go on sea with that
The museum only has one ship, so it should be a ship garage. Sweden was like, here is our boat that didn’t float, this is why we make furniture.
The polish enemy skulking
Isnt this why swedish people sometimes say cheers with:what happened to The ship Wasa ,and Than drink? (bottoms Up)