Yacht Charter Germany - Very different and distinctive cruising regions with numerous of nature reserves and national parks.
With its coastal waters and numerous lakes, Germany offers a lot of yacht charter possibilities, and it is the ideal destination for seasoned sailors.
Germany is a tourist centre that can be considered a sailor’s dream holiday destination. Important yacht charter tourist spots include the Mecklenburg Lake, Kiel Bay and Fehmarn Island. Check the 5 most popular yacht charter areas in Germany below and choose the one that suits you the best. We can only guarantee one thing; sheer relaxation.
Where to Sail
is one of the most famous areas in the Baltic Sea and is located in Schleswig-Holstein
. There are many effervescent festivals, the weather is mostly sunny, you can try diverse outdoor activities, visit historical landmarks and have an amazing dining experience. In Heiligenhafen you will find a wide selection of attractions and exciting outdoor activities, most of which are water-based. Owing to its location in the southern section of the Baltic Sea, Heiligenhafen enjoys a relatively mild weather during the most parts of the year.
- The sunny Southwest Germany is a very special vacation destination. There are plenty of famous castles and palaces, as well as fine chateaux and manor houses to explore. You will be impressed by their picturesque architecture and might be lucky enough to attend one of the stage cultural events and festivals that take place very often. The nature lovers could also try hiking in the beautiful landscapes. Choose between the harmony and ease of the Black Forest, the intense green meadows in the Swabian Mountains, the river valleys in the Hohenlohe, or the contrast of water and mountains along the shores of Lake Constance. The cuisine is delicious, with culinary delights for every palate. Don't forget to try Brezeln, Kässpätzle, Flammkuchen and Maultaschen.
you will find a great variety of recreational opportunities. Go on a journey through the State of Brandenburg to discover the natural and cultural diversity of the region. Choose between the quiet and tranquil places or lively events, between experiencing exciting events of today or seeking the traces of the colourful past, unspoilt natural landscapes or vibrant cultural life. Brandenburg's countryside is absolutely stunning; Abundant alleys and vast grain and poppy fields are scenically traversed by an abundance of pristine rivers and lakes. Explore the cultural and historic monuments in the vicinity of the metropolis, among them a vast number of palaces and castles, providing useful insight into the local history as much as entertainment.
- The inland landscape is characterized by wonderful hills, countless lakes, rivers, vast forests, meadows, as well as unspoilt moorings. The cities of the region, with their architecture, are a must-see. The former famous residences of the Dukes of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in Schwerin and Ludwigslust, as well as the Dukes of Mecklenburg-Strelitz in Neustrelitz and Mirow, are just a few of them. Neubrandenburg is well known for its well-preserved ramparts with the magnificent four gates. The Mecklenburg Lake District, situated in the south of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, is one of the most beautiful contiguous lakes in Europe. The largest inland lake in Germany, the Müritz, as well as the surrounding lakes and cities offer ideal conditions for sailors, surfers and all kinds of water sports lovers.
- In Lower Saxony, you will have the opportunity to explore various nature parks, national parks and biosphere reserves, which offer a relaxing break in the great outdoors, as well as lots of activities and adventure. Combine your sailing with a cycling tour and visit one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Lower Saxony, or stop by for a local refreshment at a typical northern German “Melkhüs". Another recommended activity is kayaking. There are many different canoe tours in the 22 rivers that cross the area, with a total lenght of around 2,000km.