|The frigate Jylland is the longest wooden ship in the world, it was build 1860. It has as well sails and a steam engine. On may 9th. 1864 it took part in the sea bettle at the island Helgoland.|
From 1874 to 1876 it was also royal wessel.
1908 it was taken out of service and sold to Germany for demolision but was resold for 48.105 danish kronors by a syndicate who wanted to make it to a training ship for the navy but it was in a poor condition.
Later it was sold again and was transported to Juelsminde where it was until 1925.
1960 it was moved to Ebeltoft for restauration to how it looks today.
Today it's a museum showing daily life on board the ship in the 19th century.