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Hamburg Marina/Wedel

Hamburg Marina/Wedel
With a floating dock featuring around 2000 boat slips, the Hamburg Marina in Wedel is one of the largest tide-independent marinas in Northern Europe. The marina is designed to be barrier-free. Bordered by approximately 80,000 m² of floodplain forest, the marina also serves as a local recreational area for Wedel and the area surrounding Hamburg. Two lit entrances lead into the marina, which never dries up. Guest slips are marked in green. The top speed limit in the marina is 5.5 km/h. There are three derricks, one 15 t crane, one slip track, various dockyards, and a petrol station on-site. All slips have hookups for power and fresh water. There are disposal facilities in the marina for oil or contaminated bilge water, as well as modern bathroom facilities and a marina restaurant. A grilling area and playground are available for use. Sufficient parking spaces available for personal vehicles. Wedel is a 30-minute walk away. Public transport and an extensive network of shops can be found within 2 km.

Excursion destinations
Public transport will take you to the local attractions in the City of Wedel and the Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Information on numerous tourist destinations and events can be found at,
A lido with playground – and a beach club in the summer – beckon in the immediate vicinity of the marina. Deichstraße is the starting point for an educational planet-themed walking path. Information boards along the trail highlight interesting information about the planets of the Solar System. Remnants of the old maritime handicraft of rope-making can still be found in Wedel: Today, the Reepschlägerhaus (Ropemaker’s House) is a cosy tea house and cultural centre.
In addition to information about the city’s maritime and regional history, the Heimatmuseum-Wedel (Local History Museum) also harbours reminders of this handicraft steeped in tradition.