Yachthafen Finkenwerder

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Einfahrt von der Elbe
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Yachthafen Finkenwerder am Rüschweg
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The Finkenwerder Yachthafen (marina) is visually cut off from the Elbe, and only becomes accessible once the entrance to the North of Rüschweg has been passed. The marina next to the Airbus premises is home to several sailing clubs and their pontoons and mooring berths. The largest club is TUS Finkenwerder, boasting c 250 sailing boats. The East bank at Rüschweg is marked by trees, shrubs and wild flowers, creating a very romantic atmosphere. The club premises with clubhouses and warehouses are situated at Rüschweg 18.

Hotels nearby

Gastwerk Hotel Hamburg

Beim Alten Gaswerk 3 / Daimlerstraße
22761 Hamburg

Stefan Pallasch
Clipper Elb-Lodge

Große Elbstraße 47
22767 Hamburg

Michael Ziemann

Locations nearby

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Details of Kirche Nienstedten
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Details of Jenischpark
/Hochrad 22605 Hamburg
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Details of Jenisch Haus
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Rüschweg 18
21129 Hamburg
c/o TUS Finkenwerder, Abt. Segeln
Ansprechpartner Peter Johannsen
Rüschweg 18
21129 Hamburg
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