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Pinnau Estuary Docking Harbour

Pinnau Estuary Docking Harbour
Entry approximately two hours before high tide, gate 4 m wide. The water depth of the harbour run by the Pinnau Sailing Club is between 2.5 m at the entrance to 2 m at the back floating dock facility. Boats can dock at two floating docks with two offshoots on the side. The facility offers space for 70 ships, and 10 guest slips are available. The floating docks have electricity (230 V, 16 A). There are three places to stow drinking water. The harbour has a concrete slip track (maximum 10 t). An electric winch, two tractors, and a mast crane are available. The clubhouse has kitchen and bathroom facilities. There is a grilling area on the terrace. The SVP waiting dock is located 300 m upstream on the northern bank of the Pinnau. Up to four ships can wait there for the next high tide. Dropping anchor and spending the night is not allowed here. It is possible to reach the marina from here by walking over the old summer dyke. Bicycles are stored in the slip track engine house, and guests are welcome to borrow them free of charge. The nearest baker is located on the other side of the Pinnau lock towards Haseldorf. www.seglervereinigung-pinnau.de

Excursion destinations
Make good use of the bicycles. Tours through the Seestermüher and Haseldorf Marshes offer a fantastic opportunity to relax and bike on a flat course while experiencing the cosy marsh villages and untouched nature. The swing bridge over the Pinnau near the Neuendeich Dyke dates from the year 1887 has been declared a cultural monument. The Deekenhörn Recreational Area is located upstream on the Elbe near Hohenhorst, at an idyllic spot between two ponds. www.haseldorfer-marsch.de, www.holstein-tourismus.de