Boating vacation in Mecklenburg & Brandenburg

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Boating holidays in Mecklenburg & Brandenburg

Inspiration for boating holidays in Germany - Mecklenburg

The waterways in Mecklenburg in northeastern Germany is an adventure of waterways with more than 1000 lakes connected with quiet canals and rivers - with palaces, castles and medieval towns just waiting to be discovered - on your boating holiday you will be greeted by wonderful experiences and modern marinas.

On land, you will find pine forests, ancient woodlands and rolling fields and a perfect area for hiking, biking and picnics in the open; a variety of water sports can be tried as an added pleasure during your trip. It is recommended to visit in the charming 1300 century town Plau am See, located on the outskirts of the Mürits-Elde waterway. The old half-timbered houses, an old mill and medieval tower show the city's past. The nearby town of Waren with its modern marina and the charming old town is a popular tourist spot - and a good place to dock. In Mirow, on the southern coast of Lake Mirow, you and your party must try the speciality of smoked eel. By Grienick lake you can enjoy a stroll in the beautiful park surrounding Rheinsberg castle, where you can experience beautiful open-air concerts throughout the summer. The town of Rheinberg from the 18th century. The eastern shore of this great Müritz lake bordering Muritz National, where if you're lucky, you see deer and rare birds like the white-tailed eagles, etc. On Malchow Lake is the old town Malchow - a good base from which to discover and explore the beautiful surrounding waterways and looking at the wildlife and birds at close range. Fürstenberg/Gransee has been appointed as the first city in Germany for its clean air and water quality.

 

Inspiration for boating holidays in Brandenburg

Brandenburg offers relaxation, culture, nature experiences and city holiday.

Relaxation and many kinds of beautiful nature, countless streams, rivers and lakes attract many sailors each year, those that visit this beautiful region will be fascinated with the very special beauty of this enchanting region. Brandenburg has 3,000 lakes and more than 30,000 km of waterways that winds through forests, passing numerous castles and palaces and countless attractions. Only a boating holiday offers this kind of freedom: feel free to anchor on the lakes and enjoy the star-sprinkled night sky above the natural "swimming pool"; or make use of all the great facilities in marinas. For those who want to live more comfortably, you can choose one of the free berths in Berlin and conquer the capital.

With your riverboat you can sail easily and effortlessly around Brandenburg's stunning landscapes, a huge and true nature oasis, where you can see beavers, eagles and otters in their element, anywhere there is wildlife to admire. The river Havel is a long, quiet river. It rises in the Mecklenburg lake landscape and flows through Brandenburg and Berlin. Sail from Marina Wolfsbruck to Potsdam, send us a mail or use our search engine for selection of boats.

Lubz (Nicols)

Nicols base in Lübz boasts the most beautiful scenery in the region - and you can sail on the river Elde over a distance of more than 180km. In five hours you can reach Plau.
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Fleensee, Untergöhren (Locaboat)

Locaboat port - In the southern end of the incredibly beautiful lake Fleesensee, not far away from Müritzsee, is Locaboats port located.
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Jabel (Le Boat)

Le Boat base in Jabel - The base in Jabel provides access to a great sailing area with interesting lakes and breathtaking landscapes.
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Marina Wolfsbruch (Le Boat)

Le Boat port in Wolfsbruch - The areas Brandenburg and Mecklenburg i some of the most breathtaking regions in Europe. The impressive wild landscape, with green meadows, lakes and rivers.
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Furstenberg (Locaboat)

Locaboat port - From Locaboats port at Fürstenberg, there will be access to riverboat vacation in both the Mecklenburg and Brandenburg regions.
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Potsdam (Le Boat)

Le Boat port in Potsdam - Potsdam is better known as Germany's Versailles, and the ancient home for the kings of Prussia.
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Ketzin (Locaboat)

Locaboat port - There will be opportunities to explore Brandenburg. 
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Neuruppin (Nicols)

Nicols base - start your boatvacation at the beautiful lake Neuruppin, as the base is also called.
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Furstenberg (Nicols)

Nicols base - COMING SOON
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Waterway Guide: Mecklenburg and Brandenburg

Waterway Guide

Note: The waterway guide for this area exists in German only

Remember to purchase a waterway guide with information about your destination.Kanalkort