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Grünendeich Marina

Grünendeich Marina
The marina operated by the Lühe Water Sports Club (WSC) and the Altländer Yacht Centre (AYZ) offers slips at floating docks that, with a constant water depth of 1.4 m to 2.2 m, will never dry up. The long dock facility with guest slips marked in green is protected by the Elbe islands. Shower, toilets, and hookups for power and water are available. Services at the marina: Crane, slip facility, boat builder, engine workshop, sailmaker, and fuelling station. www.wsc-luehe.de, www.stade.city-map.de/de/altlaender-yachtzentrum/

Excursion destinations
Talk to experts for information on the maritime offerings of Hamburg and the North Sea at the House of the Maritime Landscape of the Lower Elbe. Captain Bruns regularly leads guests through the exhibition on the in-house captain’s bridge, and anyone wanting to discover the endless expanses of the universe with Captain Ohlrogge in the planetarium should register ahead of time over the phone. Changing exhibitions and an interactive, walkable model of the Lower Elbe invite guests to stay a while. www.maritime-elbe.de
Twielenfleth Lighthouse houses an exhibition of ship models from 1893 to the present day that can be visited upon request (phone 04141-76814). A visit to an outdoor pool is the perfect activity for a tour to Hollern-Twielenfleth. The outdoor pool is located directly on the Elbe with a view of the ‘großen Pötte’. A ferry departing from the Lühe floating dock connects the two banks of the Elbe. Wedel and the Ship Greeting Station are noteworthy destinations on the other side of the Elbe that can be easily reached with the ferry. www.luehe-schulau-faehre.de