The visitor experience Pommern 100 days under sail is an original concept – a ‘near history’ experience and a journey back to the 1930s.
The visitors are taken on a round-the-world voyage during which they get to know the crew and participate in life on board. The ship’s three decks give different perspectives on the same voyage and offers various ways to explore the Pommern; by listening, by doing and by feeling.
Ambient soundscapes bring the ship alive and with the aid of a modern audio guide the visitors get to follow a soundtrack on weather deck and “eavesdrop” on conversations between crew members. The children have their own soundtrack where they get to follow the ship’s rat Ruby and hear about the voyage from her perspective.
The eight action stations on tween deck illustrate work and leisure on board and encourage our visitors to active participation.
In the cargo hold the visitors get to experience a unique audio-visual show that recreates the weather the Pommern endured during her voyage across the oceans. It also draws attention to how vulnerable the crew was in the face of Nature.