Of course, there is always something to do. In 2015, the underwater hull was sandblasted and rebuilt because of too many layers of paint. That gives you peace and quiet for the time being. But there are always small rust spots on the deck. Staying on the ball and painting is probably a must for a steel ship. Otherwise, the boat has always been maintained by the Böbs shipyard. The Danish Rose was last craned in September 2019 (see photos) and given a new underwater coat of paint. The winter berth in the Marina at traffic jam is paid for until December, and could continue to be used. As it is a water mooring, you could, for example, do a winter cruise or just go out for New Year's Eve fireworks. The stove on board keeps it cosy and warm.