City Sporthafen Hamburg Guest moorings for motor and sailing yachts in the heart of Hamburg

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© CS e.V. / Jan Nicolaus
© CS e.V.
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© CS e.V. / Jan Nicolaus
© CS e.V. / Jan Nicolaus
© CS e.V. / Jan Nicolaus

For those who want to reach Hamburg on their own keel, the City sports harbour with its guest moorings in the heart of the city is a unique location.

Wake up with a view of the Elbphilharmonie and disembark directly on the Elbpromenade near the Landungsbrücken - guest boats in the sports harbour dock in the middle of the city. For one or more nights, as well as for a short stopover, the harbour accepts sailing and motor yachts up to 40 metres in length.   

Before you set off again after exploring the city, you can have a bite to eat at the Feuerschiff restaurant. The bright red traditional ship is located at Hamburg's Sporthafen and offers delicious fish dishes as well as juicy steaks and vegetarian and vegan dishes.

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