1. Rostock: Double-Decker Bus Harbour Tour
With an total turnover of 26.2 million tons (2014), Rostock is in fourth place of the largest German ports, directly behind Hamburg, Bremen/Bremerhaven, and Wilhelmshaven. Due to its convenient location on the River Unterwarnow, the harbor still offers optimal nautical conditions. The Warnow has an uncomplicated trail, with a length of 3.6 nautical miles and a depth of 14.5 meters. The harbor itself can accommodate ships up to 300 meters length, 45 meters wide and 13 meters draft. With approximately 750 hectares, Rostock is one of the largest Baltic Sea-ports in Germany, and an internationally important transshipment point for piece goods. The harbor was also important for the shipment of coal, grains, cement or fertilizers, oil. This is your opportunity to discover the history and peculiarities of this unique harbor, and to see the impressive ships as up-close as possible. Your guide will tell you all of the big and small secrets, including stories and myths of the port.