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SV Cuxhaven Marina

SV Cuxhaven Marina
The marina operated by the Cuxhaven Sailing Club is located behind the previous RoRo Pier and offers about 150 guest slips. Floating docks with slips for boats up to 15 m, boats 15–20 m docked lengthwise. Green signs mark the free slips – be sure to register with the harbourmaster. Can be approached at low tide. There is a strong current (4–5 kn) that runs perpendicular to the entrance, so it is advisable to approach the harbour with a motor. Clubhouse with ‘Die Seglermesse’ restaurant, well-equipped bathroom facilities, washing machine, dryer, baby changing room, drinking water, and power on the docks (chip card can be obtained from the harbourmaster or the dispensers in the entryway). Diesel fuelling station directly behind the harbour entry (self-serve credit/debit card). Slip facility for boats (total weight up to 5 t), two grilling stations, large children’s playground, and bicycles to borrow. WLAN for a fee. The crane can be used upon prior request. A harbour offers enticing tourist attractions, shopping, a bus connection near ‘Alte Liebe’, and a bus stop in front of the clubhouse for Cuxhaven tours. Ship connection to Helgoland within walking distance. www.svconline.de

Excursion destinations
Guests of the City of Cuxhaven will find that this resort town has an excellent infrastructure for tourists. The ‘Windstärke 10’ (Wind Force 10) Museum; HAPAG Hall, the Ringelnatz Museum; Semaphor; the spa gardens; Fort Kugelbake; Fireship ELBE 1; grassy and sandy waterfront with swimming, surfing, and kites; mudflat hikes (e.g. to Neuwerk); wave and outdoor pools are just some of the many great leisure activities within easy reach in the area. Event tips: ‘Sommerabend am Meer’ (Summer Evening at Sea) Duhn mudflat run Event calendar and additional information at: www.cuxhaven.de