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At the Base

Base Opening Hours

This base is only open for booked arrivals and returns.

Late Arrivals

If you are going to be arriving at the base late, you will need to inform the base directly or the general sales office where you booked.

When you arrive at the base there will be a note on the reception door informing you where your boat is. The boat will be left open for you to stay on board that night, but cruising will not be permitted. The base staff will do the full briefing the following morning.

When To Arrive

Your boat will be ready to depart for 15:00 - 17:00. We recommend that you arrive 60 minutes earlier for check-in and instructions.

If you have booked an Early Check-in Service, please arrive at the base from 11:00.

Upon Arrival

Our base staff look forward to welcoming you to their cruising region and aim to make your arrival and holiday as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

When you arrive our base staff will:

  • Give you a welcome booklet which contains important safety advice and contact numbers.
  • Ask you to sign documentation to show that certain information has been read and unserstood.
  • Take a Damage Deposit and Engine Hours Deposit.
  • Let you know what time to expect your pre-departure briefing.

Hotels and Restaurants


Appart-Hotel Damerow – Tel: +49 (0) 39929 7500
Country Line HotelKleines Meer – Tel: +49 (0) 39932 80849
Schloß Klink – Tel: +49 (0) 3991/7470
Radisson SAS Resort Fleesensee/Göhren-Lebbin – Tel: +49 (0) 39932 80100
Fleesensee SPA und Hotel/Göhren-Lebbin – Tel: +49 (0) 39932 805


Restaurant & Cafe Leddermann - Tel. +49 (0) 3991 621940


In Waren or Malchow you will find all traditional shops plus the local supermarkets. The town Waren is 10 minutes and Malchow 15 minutes from the base.

Tourist Office

Marktplatz 10,
Tel. +49 (0) 39932/48939


A fishing licence is required and can be purchased in Yachthafen Maribell directly.

Transport Information

By Road

Be Prepared

It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with local road rules and abide by them. Most European countries have a list of compulsory equipment that you must take with you. For example, there is a new legal requirement in France to carry a breathalyser, triangle & florescent jacket in your car. For driving advice and a list of the equipment you’ll need, please visit

By Air

Closest airports:
Berlin Brandenburg - 200 km

By Train

Closest train staions:
Waren/Müritz - 11km


The following ferry companies operate to Northern Europe.

  • Dover to Dunkirk: DFDS Seaways (previously Norfolk Lines)
  • Dover to Calais: P&O
  • Harwich to Hook of Holland: Stena Line
  • Hull to Rotterdam: P&O
  • Hull to Zeebrugge: P&O