BUSAN, South Korea — Since June, it has become possible to visit the National Maritime Museum onboard the sailing ship Nurimaru (358 tons, 12 knots). Nurimaru is a non-permanent, inner-harbor passenger ship.
There are a total of six routes including:
A Coastal Ferry Terminal ? National Maritime Museum
B National Maritime Museum ? Coastal Ferry Terminal
C Coastal Ferry Terminal ? via Oryukdo Islands ? National Maritime Museum
D National Maritime Museum ? via Oryukdo Islands ? Coastal Ferry Terminal
E National Maritime Museum ? via Oryukdo Islands ? Yongho Terminal (Diamond Bridge)
F Yongho Terminal (Diamond Bridge) ? via Oryukdo Islands ? National Maritime Museum
A, B, E and F routes: 11,000 won for adults/ 8,000 won for children
C, D routes: 13,000 won for adults/ 10,000 won for children (including terminal fee 2,000 won)
Currently, the boat operates two to three times on weekdays and four times on weekends. The schedule is subject to change, so call 1688-7680 to confirm the time of departure.
For more information, please visit http://www.tezroc-busan.com
Source: Busan City News