Book a boat charter in Germany or a Berlin boating break to experience the extrodinary German charms this wonderful destination has to offer... Situated in the north east of Germany, the beautiful network of lakes, rivers and canals of Brandenburg and Mecklenburg form an idyllic cruising area. River cruises in Germany are noted for their clean air and crystal waters and this area is as popular with boating and watersports enthusiasts as it is with nature lovers.
Marina Wolfsbruch <=> Jabel
A beautiful cruise on crystal clear open waters, perfect for swimming and watersports. Enjoy modern marina facilities at the quiet town of Jabel and visit its 300 year old natural landmark – a beautiful yew tree. The delightful villages of Mirow, Rechlin, Röbel, Klink and Waren can all be visited en route.
Potsdam > Göttin > Potsdam
Spend time at Sanssouci Castle Park in Potsdam, then cruise to Caputh and visit the castle at Petzow. En route, stop at the ‘Island city’ of Werder.
Potsdam > Bad Sarrow > Potsdam
Cruise to the pretty Spreewald region through futuristic Berlin. Immerse yourself in unspoilt countryside and head off on an ‘aquatic safari’ through the tranquil waters of this immense nature reserve. If you want to spend time in Berlin, we recommend taking a train or taxi from Potsdam due to limited mooring facilities.
Postdam > Plaue > Potsdam
Visit Brandenburg’s beautiful medieval castles on this peaceful cruise through idyllic countryside where you will discover peaceful lakes and sleepy villages with timber-framed houses and churches.
Marina Wolfsbruch > Mirow > Marina Wolfsbruch
Relax or get active at Marina Wolfsbruch. Enjoy swimming and watersports, beautiful natural surroundings and lakeside Baroque castles.
Potsdam <=> Marina Wolfsbruch
Take in the futuristic capital of Berlin before heading north to the amazing nature reserves and watersports facilities at Marina Wolfsbruch.
Marina Wolfsbruch > Plau > Marina Wolfsbruch
Cruise on the unspoilt Müritz Lake, Germany’s largest lake and enjoy cycling through the stunning and varied countryside before arriving in the medieval town of Plau where guided tours and a visit to the museum of sculpture are well worth doing.
Jabel > Rheinsberg > Jabel
Jabel – Rheinsberg – Jabel
Visit: Plau, Waren, Mirow, Rheinsberg, Röbel, Malchow
Waterways: Jabelscher See, Fleesensee, Malchower See, Petersdorfer See, Plauer See, Kölpinsee, Müritz, Binnenmüritz, Müritz-Havel-Wasserstraße, Rheinsberger Gewässe
The Mecklenburg & Brandenburg cruising area in north east Germany is a fairytale waterworld of more than 1000 lakes connected by peaceful waterways and canals where islands, castles and medieval ...