Rügen / Lauterbach

Rügen / Lauterbach

Modern Marina with Good Infrastructure on the Popular Island Rügen
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Rügen / Lauterbach

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3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.25 mLength
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€ 1049
Bavaria 32 Cruiser

Rügen / Lauterbach

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2Cabins 4Berths 1Toilets 9.99 mLength
Bavaria 36 Cruiser
€ 1199
Bavaria 36 Cruiser

Rügen / Lauterbach

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3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 11.3 mLength
Bavaria 45 Cruiser
€ 1785
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Rügen / Lauterbach

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4Cabins 8Berths 2Toilets 13.5 mLength
Bavaria 36 Cruiser
€ 1199
Bavaria 36 Cruiser

Rügen / Lauterbach

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3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 11.3 mLength
Bavaria 40 Cruiser
€ 1539
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Rügen / Lauterbach

SailingyachtBareboat2011
3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.25 mLength
Bavaria 32 Cruiser
€ 1049
Bavaria 32 Cruiser

Rügen / Lauterbach

SailingyachtBareboat2011
2Cabins 4Berths 1Toilets 9.99 mLength
Bavaria 40 Cruiser
€ 1539
Bavaria 40 Cruiser

Rügen / Lauterbach

SailingyachtBareboat2011
3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.25 mLength
Bavaria 36 Cruiser
€ 1199
Bavaria 36 Cruiser Ae

Rügen / Lauterbach

SailingyachtBareboat2011
3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 11.3 mLength
Bavaria 32 Cruiser
€ 1049
Bavaria 32 Cruiser Al

Rügen / Lauterbach

SailingyachtBareboat2011
2Cabins 4Berths 1Toilets 9.99 mLength
Bavaria 31 Cruiser
€ 1049
Bavaria 31 Cruiser

Rügen / Lauterbach

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2Cabins 4Berths 1Toilets 9.6 mLength
Bavaria 36 Cruiser
€ 1199
Bavaria 36 Cruiser

Rügen / Lauterbach

SailingyachtBareboat2011
3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 11.3 mLength

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Located on Rugen island which is known as the summer retreat for most Germans, Lauterbach caters exclusively to the sailing community, since the harbor with the marina constitutes the focal point in town.

General Info
One of the resorts on Rugen island in the South Baltic Sea, Lauterbach is a small town in the southeast of the island that prides itself on its modern marina, which incidentally is the main reason tourists arrive here.

A quiet place for most of the year, Lauterbach becomes a busy port in summer when people come here looking for a place to moor their vessels, since all the other place on Rugen island quickly fill up. 1km away from Lauterbach, there is the small town of Putbus.

Embark on an extraordinary sailing adventure from the beautiful port town of Lauterbach, a gem on the shores of Rügen. Experience a blend of stunning nature, rich culture, and gastronomical delights that make every sailing trip from here an unforgettable experience.

Your sailing journey from the Baltic region's crown jewel lets you witness some truly unique landscapes. Marvel at Rügen's chalk cliffs, emerging majestically from the sea and etching a splendid panorama against the sky. These chalk formations are part of the Jasmund National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, boasting ancient beech forests that will make you feel as if you've stepped into a fairy tale.

To further explore Rügen's natural bounty, don't miss the chance to sail around the island's lagoons, enveloped in serene silence, broken only by the faint calls of migratory birds. The Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park offers stunning views and rare wildlife sightings that make for a fantastic day amidst nature.

Travel & Arrival
The island of Rugen is the holiday destination for many sailors, be they German or from other countries. Most of the natives arrive here by land, using the bridge in Stralsund that connects Rugen island with mainland Germany. The main road in is the E251 which goes all the way into Bergen auf Rugen, the island’s capital. From there, in order to get to Lauterbach, one has to take the L301 road to Putbus and from there, go further east into Lauterbach, right on the shore.

There is also the option of arriving by train, since the city of Putbus is famous for its Racing Roland, a picturesque bit of track, that actually runs all the way down to Lauterbach harbor, which means the crew can get straight to the water if it chooses the train.

Since Rugen Island is such a popular destination, it’s possible to arrive at a major city airport such as Berlin or Hamburg and still arrive in under 3 hours transfer time.

By water, there are several ferries linking the island with a series of Nordic countries. There are links from Trelleborg in Sweden, Gedser in Denmark, Klaipeda in Lithuania and even St. Petersburg in Russia. The connections from the different parts of the island are by train.

Avant & Apres Sail
Though the city of Lauterbach itself doesn’t have that historical or cultural appeal, the neighboring city of Putbus does make up in that department. The most famous landmarks and the most visited by arrivals are the circus and the theater. Interestingly enough, the whole town of Putbus was built by a German count in 1833 and is considered an architectural experiment which should be visited.

Outside of town, there’s the beautiful island and bird sanctuary of Vilm, which is also accessible by water so sailors should have no problem. This is said to be one of the wildest and most pristine landscapes in Germany since it was reserved for the GDR political figures who were the only one allowed to build holiday homes on the island.

The shopping experience in town is modest to say the least, but the accessibility and short distances to other towns on the island, such as Bergen, ensures that you’ll go home from your trips with at least one souvenir.

Events & Actions
Well, sailing is by far the main activity here in Lauterbach, and the large marina is a testament to that. But there’s much more to this location. There are lots of sandy beaches, sure, but if you take the time to explore the island, you’ll find many interesting and old places, as well as many sporting activities. explorers can have a great time wondering around the South Baltic Sea. In June, they can enjoy the “Around Vilm” regatta and in July the Goor Cup.
 

What unique sailing routes can I explore from this island?

Set sail around the island to explore its varied landscapes or journey to the neighboring islands of Hiddensee and Usedom. If your adventurous spirit nudges you farther, steer towards Denmark's southern coast or Sweden's enchanting coastline.

What can I expect in terms of sailing conditions?

Our island's mild maritime climate, complemented by steady winds, creates ideal conditions for sailing. But remember, the sea has moods of its own, so always check local weather forecasts before embarking on your journey.

What facilities will I find at the local marinas?

Local marinas provide freshwater, electricity, and fuel, making your stay convenient and hassle-free. You'll also find waste disposal, showers, and laundry facilities. To cater to your gastronomical cravings and retail needs, there are restaurants and shops nearby.

What gastronomic delights await me?

The island's culinary landscape is as diverse as its natural beauty. Seafood, especially herring and smoked fish, is a local favorite. Be sure to try products made from Sanddorn (sea buckthorn) and indulge in a glass of local brew.

Which natural attractions should I not miss?

Along with the Jasmund National Park, visit the Granitz beech forests and sail through the lagoons of the Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park. These natural sanctuaries promise to fill your trip with awe-inspiring moments.

What historical and cultural sites are recommended?

The island is a cultural treasure trove. Visit the seaside resorts of Binz and Sellin, admire the classicist buildings in Putbus, and explore the ancient megaliths near Lancken-Granitz. The iconic Chalk Cliff Museum and the Granitz Hunting Lodge will take you back in time.

What water activities can I enjoy besides sailing?

For adrenaline junkies, the island provides opportunities for windsurfing and kitesurfing. If you're passionate about the underwater world, diving to explore the many shipwrecks around the island is a must. Fishing and swimming can add leisurely moments to your adventure-filled trip.

When is it best to sail?

The sailing season typically starts in May and extends until September. While the summer months are the most popular, the changing seasons paint different hues of the island, each unique and beautiful in its own way.

A sailing vacation from this Baltic gem lets you experience nature's bounty, historical richness, and a vibrant culinary culture. So get ready to hoist the sails and let the Baltic Sea's winds guide you on an unforgettable journey.

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