Ruegen
(c) Mukran Port

Ruegen

The sea site Sassnitz-Mukran offers ideal mooring conditions for big cruise liners.
The maximum water depth of 10 m at berth no. 6 and berth 8/9 as well as the maximum total quay length of 365 m are most advantageous for cruise liners as they obviate the need for estuary and pilot services.
Passengers proceed via a covered ship-to-shore gangway at the ferry and cruise liner terminals straight into the modern reception building.
Parking areas for coaches are right beside the berth from where bus rides across the island start.




  1.  Jasmund National Park – UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Jasmund National Park is a unique national park in Germany containing beech forests.It´s famous for its towering chalk cliffs,520 feet above sea level offering panoramic views over the Baltic Sea.
  2.  Racing Roland – Steam train

    The historic almost 100 years old locomotives and wagons invite guests for a steaming experience on 750 mm narrow gauge. The trip starts at the “main station” in Putbus, which was once a royal town.
  3.  Hanseatic City of Stralsund – UNESCO World Heritage Site

    The old town has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 2002. The German Oceanographic Museum is the most-visited museum in North Germany.It is complemented by the Ozeaneum, launched in 2008.









Nautical information

Max. Length For Berth, M:
365
Max. Draught, M:
9,50
More Info Draught:
-
Max. Air Draught, M:
no restrictions
More Info Air Draught:
-
No. Of Quays:
2
Quay Length Total, M:
613
Quay Depth, M:
10,0
Anchorage Available:
yes
Anchorage Compulsory:
no
Passenger Terminal:
yes
Pilotage Compulsary:
no
Tugs Available:
yes
Bunkering:
on request
Tidal Movement/range, M:
no
Water:
yes
Ships Tenders Allowed:
yes
Garbage Disposal:
yes
Airport Distance, Km:
160
City Centre Distance, Km:
6.5
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Passengers 2017
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