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Germany - yacht charter, tourist guide, descriptions, routes, photos

Yacht charter Germany With a wide range of idyllic natural ports, marinas with hi-tech equipment, and a well-organised sailing base, Germany is a perfect destination for all lovers of water sports. The basin of the Baltic Sea abounds in islets, Dutch straits, ports, beaches, as well as old towns and fishing settlements.

Our offer includes cruises on modern yachts in the western region of the Baltic Sea and Dutch Straits, on which we set sail from local marinas in Breege and Lauterbach on Ruegen and Flensburg islands, as well as from Rostock, Wendtorf, Greiswald and many other ports. Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Germany wait ahead – charming ports, historical towns and amazing wildlife. Beautiful beaches characterise both the Baltic and the North Sea coasts.

Polish sailors usually get under way from Ruegen (due to its proximity and easy access), which is Germany’s largest island, hugely fragmented by numerous coves (the biggest and most cut inland is the Jasmund Bay and Promter Wiek), peninsulas (Jasmund, Wittow), islets (Hiddensee, Ummanz), and separated from the mainland by the Strelasund Strait. The island has many holiday and spa resorts.
A perfectly organised yacht fleet and countless places of interest will surely add some variety to the time spent under the white sails. Our offer includes economical yachts of the Bavaria Yachtbau range, but also well-equipped yachts of the Jeanneau, Dufour, Hanse, and Kirie manufacturers, which are all well adapted for sailing in the Baltic Sea.