“Diana” is a cruise ship with a length of 31.66 m, a width of 6.79 m and a draft of 2.72 m, built under factory number 314 at the shipyard Finnboda Varv in Naka (now the Stockholm region), Sweden in 1931. It operates on the Gyote Canal on the route Gothenburg - Stockholm - Gothenburg .
"Diana" in Stockholm
|Ship class and type||Cruise ship|
|IMO number||8634120 |
|Organization||Rederi AB Götakanal|
|Manufacturer||Finnboda Varv, Nacka,|
|Launched||October 23, 1930|
|Commissioned||March 15, 1931|
|Engines||diesel 2 x Scania DSI 11|
|Travel speed||9 knots (maximum)|
|Passenger capacity||about 50 people|
The vessel was ordered at the shipyard Finnboda Varv in Naka on November 15, 1929, launched on October 23, 1930 and equipped with a steam engine with a capacity of 194 kW, which allowed it to reach a speed of 9 knots and carry up to 200 passengers.
In 1969, the steam engine was replaced by Scania diesel engines with a capacity of 338 kW (460 hp), and the passenger capacity was reduced to 125 people  . For 2018, the engine power is 600 liters. with.
Since 2009, the ship, as a monument of antiquity, is under the protection of the National Maritime Museum of Sweden  .
In 2003 and 2012, the ship was repaired, its interior was updated and styled as the ship was built. After that, there are 25 cabins on board, accommodating about 50 passengers. Dining room combined with lounge. There is a covered promenade deck  .
Two more historical ships are involved in the Goyote Canal: “ Juno ” and “ Wilhelm Tham ”.