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Marina Baltica
Travemünder Landstrasse 300, 23570 Lübeck-Travemünde
KartendatenKartendaten © 2014 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google
Kartendaten © 2014 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google
Kartendaten © 2014 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Arrival by road:

From Hamburg north on the motorway BAB 1, at the junction follow BAB 226/E22 which becomes the B75 (dual carriageway). Stay on the B75 until you see the sign for entering “Travemünde”.

At the traffic lights go straight ahead, over the railway crossing and then right at the next traffic light. Follow the signs for “Skandinavien-Kai”. The Marina Baltica premises are reached via the entrance to the “Trave Zentrum”, take the entrance on the right.

Arrival by train:

You can reach The Marina Baltica Trainstation Travenmünde / Skandinavienkai in 2 Minutes.

Arrival by Ship:

The co-ordinates for Marina Baltica ship-lift are:
53° 57,14’ N – 10° 51,48’ E

Approaching at night:

The most important light is the sector light on top of the Hotel Maritim at a height of 114 metres - “Travemünde”: FR.WR. The white sector (214-234 deg.) guides vessels on the Lübeck-Gedser approach.

If you are approaching from Neustadt, you have to head for the red/white approach bouy at position 53 59,9’ N 10 56,2’ E Identification Iso.4s.

The bouy is 2,8 nm from the entrance to the harbour on a bearing of 215,9 deg., and directly in line with the directional light “Priwall” (je Oc(2)9s).

You may only stay on this course until you see the lighthouse on the northern mole to the west (Oc.RG.4s). It’s green sector is also the mole light. Thereafter, the brightly illuminated surroundings easily lead you to the Marina Baltica to starboard.

Distances from Travemünde to:

Fehmarn 30 nm
Marstal 65 nm
Kiel 70 nm
Flensburg 97 nm
Rügen 92 nm
Bornholm 149 nm
Gedser 52 nm

If approacing by inland waterway (Berlin, Hamburg and/or along the Elbe river, via the Elbe-Lübeck canal), sail into the Trave river and follow the river to Travemünde.