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MARINA INFORMATION
MOORINGS
2000
MAX LENGTH
20 m
MAX DRAFT
3 m
HARD STAND
Yes
SHIPYARD
Yes
GPS COORDINATES
53.5362 Nº 9.3413 Eº
RADIO CHANEL
16

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MARINA INFORMATION
MOORINGS
2000
MAX LENGTH
20 m
MAX DRAFT
3 m
HARD STAND
Yes
SHIPYARD
Yes
GPS COORDINATES
53.5362 Nº 9.3413 Eº
RADIO CHANEL
16

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• Country:

• City:

Marina Contact info

Marina Wedel Hamburg – Hamburg – Germany

The original idea of a community facility for Hamburg yachtsmen goes back to the time before World War 1.

In Waltershof, near Finkenwerder, the first Hamburg marina was built to meet the demands for berthing facilities at the time.

At the beginning of the 1960s, after “Waltershof” had to make way for the port expansion, the Hamburg marina with around 400 berths found its final home in the estuary of the Wedeler Au. Today, the Hamburg marina presents itself as one of the largest and most modern tide-independent facilities for pleasure boats in Europe, with more than 1,950 berths on a bend length of 4.6 km.

The harbor is operated by the Hamburger Yachthafen-Gemeinschaft (HYG), an association of non-profit clubs that are members of the Deutscher Segler-Verband e.V. or Deutscher Motoryacht-Verband e.V. and at the same time members of the state association and state sports federation responsible for them.
At the annual general meeting, the member clubs are not only given an account of the past fiscal year, but also set the course for the future.

In the winter of 1996/97, in the course of the conversion of the harbor to flood-proof steel piles, the Schlengel facility was enlarged to a berth capacity of 2100 boats, of which 1950 berths are currently completed. Free berths are thus available again.

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Marina Wedel Hamburg – Hamburg – Germany

The original idea of a community facility for Hamburg yachtsmen goes back to the time before World War 1.

In Waltershof, near Finkenwerder, the first Hamburg marina was built to meet the demands for berthing facilities at the time.

At the beginning of the 1960s, after “Waltershof” had to make way for the port expansion, the Hamburg marina with around 400 berths found its final home in the estuary of the Wedeler Au. Today, the Hamburg marina presents itself as one of the largest and most modern tide-independent facilities for pleasure boats in Europe, with more than 1,950 berths on a bend length of 4.6 km.

The harbor is operated by the Hamburger Yachthafen-Gemeinschaft (HYG), an association of non-profit clubs that are members of the Deutscher Segler-Verband e.V. or Deutscher Motoryacht-Verband e.V. and at the same time members of the state association and state sports federation responsible for them.
At the annual general meeting, the member clubs are not only given an account of the past fiscal year, but also set the course for the future.

In the winter of 1996/97, in the course of the conversion of the harbor to flood-proof steel piles, the Schlengel facility was enlarged to a berth capacity of 2100 boats, of which 1950 berths are currently completed. Free berths are thus available again.

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MARINAS FOR SALE

Marinas are the perfect investment in leisure property and infrastructure.
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Prime riverside location
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