Smooth sailing in any ocean

A good home wherever you go. Living on the ocean or close to shore requires a boat that is already set up for living. Nemo of Sweden have all that, and a bit more.

Gather your friends!

A cosy boat in any weather. No matter if its 20 below zero or 40 degrees outside, Nemo of Sweden is a good place to sit around the table and tell some stories.

Better than home?

A good galley with smart layout is essential for living aboard, at sea and in harbour. This is the difference between a daysailer and a true off-shore sailboat.

Ice, snow or rain?

With an really good diesel heater, oil lamps, defroster and dehumidifier there is just a slim chance that you will ever feel damp and cold.

Into the sunset with all gear included

Aboard is all things you need. From dingy with outboard, fishing gear, safety gear, warm cloths and more spares and tool you can think of. And bikes. And computers, charts and kitchen utensils. If you want!

Nemo of Sweden is a fully featured vehicle of adventure and exploration

Built from start as a sturdy semi long keeled true off-shore sailboat Nemo have a lot of the designs for an easy life at sea. Rudder hanging on the aft, uncomplicated tiller steering, selfsteering, protected propeller, flat deck for easy movement, high rails and a rig that is made for bad weather. For a short hand crew there is good chances for an pleasant journey over vast oceans. Water and diesel-tanks are large enough, great galley and good sea bunks. Tool-shop in the front for all those gear needed for being out for years. Maintainable. Fully loaded with all you need. For going anywhere. Why not return to Antarctica or the beautiful beaches in Brazil?

History and future

A tale of her journey so far - and where she can be sailed next

Equipment & technical

Get to know the nuts & bolts that keep her running - lots of stuff aboard

Pictures & video

Pictures of the boat and it's equipment and a long walk-through video of Nemo

This little ship is now up for sale!

Nemo is moored in the nice little town of Juan Lacaze in Uruguay, South America. Possible to stay on the best and cheapest parking in SA. Or move to the nice dock and then start exploring the Rio de la Plata. It´s way more boats here than you can image! Tigre in Argentina (6hrs) have 32 sailboat marinas alone... And with the peso declining your money is worth a lot more.