Neustadt

Marina near Neustadt in Holstein

Last edited 19.07.2021 at 20:42 by NV Charts Team

Latitude

54° 5’ 50.1” N

Longitude

10° 48’ 59.1” E

Description

Town at the north end of Neustadt Bay with a commercial and naval port and several marinas.

NV Cruising Guide

Navigation

The approach to the Neustadt harbour is unproblematic day and night. The large transmission masts of the Federal Police are excellent landmarks. From the buoy Neustadt 1 (Q.G) a well buoyed fairway (at night leading light 2 Oc.4s.) leads to the harbour entrance. Here, especially in the northern part - depending on the wind direction - there can be light current.

Berths

At the Neustädter Segler Verein (NSV) on approx. 2.2m in idyllic location by arrangement with the harbour master.

The city harbour offers numerous guest berths on the jetties in the eastern harbour (3 - 4m) by arrangement with the harbour master

Large yachts can moor by arrangement with the harbour master in front of the road bridge on the east bank. You are centrally located, but it is quite noisy due to traffic.

Navy and Federal Police harbour facilities may not be used. There are plenty of other guest spots.

Surroundings

The small town has all the supplies you need. Shipyards perform repairs and fuel is available at the Ancora shipyard bunker station.



NV Land Guide

Although a fire destroyed large parts of Neustadt in 1872, the town of 15,000 inhabitants still has beautiful corners with old buildings. These include the Kremper Tor with its stepped gable in Kremper Weg, the market at the town hall built in 1819 in the classicist style and the old granary by the bridge on the Neustädter Binnensee. In the so-called Pagodenspeicher grain was not only stored but also dried. Many small hatches were used for drying. The Kremper Tor, the only preserved medieval town gate in East Holstein, houses the Ostholstein Museum. The main topics are geology as well as the prehistory and early history of Ostholstein. The workshop of a wood turner has also been completely reconstructed.

Shipbuilding has a long tradition in Neustadt. In the middle of the 17th century, one of the largest ships of its time was built here, the Frederik III. It took 500 crew and was equipped with 100 cannons. Even at the beginning of the last century, 30 large sailing ships were moored in the commercial harbour.

The round marina of the Neustadt Sailing Club, attractively situated in a belt of reeds on the eastern shore of the harbour entrance, unfortunately offers little space for guests. If necessary, you will have to sail over to the unadorned Ancora shipyard on the west side, where the Kunja shipyard also has its moorings. Before that, however, there is still the possibility of getting hold of a place in the town harbour, which is particularly conveniently located in relation to the town centre.

From the marina of the Neustadt sailing club, a footpath stretches northwards along the coast to the Pelzerhaken seaside resort, which has a 40,000 m² nudist beach. At the edge of the path (after one kilometre) a memorial reminds of the tragic sinking of the "Cap Arcona", which cost the lives of more than 7000 people on 3 May 1945: Shortly before the end of the war the National Socialists had the concentration camp Neuengamme cleared and the tortured, sick and dying 8000 concentration camp prisoners crammed into four ships. In addition to these passenger liners, the remains of the Dönitz Navy were also moored in Neustädter Bucht, seeking protection here from the advancing Allies. "Cap Arcona" and "Thielbeck"' also flew the Reich's war flag, so they could not be identified as prisoner transports by the English attacking at 2 p.m. on May 3. The steamers were sunk in minutes by the bombers. Only a few hundred survived the inferno.

A huge amusement park, four kilometres south of Neustadt, offers amusement with its numerous amusement facilities and circus shows.

There is a ship chandlery at the fishing and trading port.

Although a fire destroyed large parts of Neustadt in 1872, the town of 15,000 still has beautiful corners with old buildings. These include the Kremper Tor with its stepped gable in Kremper Weg, the market at the town hall built in 1819 in the classicist style and the old granary by the bridge on the Neustädter Binnensee. In the so-called Pagodenspeicher grain was not only stored but also dried. Many small hatches were used for drying. The Kremper Tor, the only preserved medieval town gate in East Holstein, houses the Ostholstein Museum. The main topics are geology as well as the prehistory and early history of Ostholstein. The workshop of a wood turner has also been completely reconstructed.

Shipbuilding has a long tradition in Neustadt. In the middle of the 17th century, one of the largest ships of its time was built here, the Frederik III. It took 500 crew and was equipped with 100 cannons. Even at the beginning of the last century, 30 large sailing ships were moored in the commercial harbour.

The round marina of the Neustadt Sailing Club, attractively situated in a belt of reeds on the eastern shore of the harbour entrance, unfortunately offers little space for guests. If necessary, you will have to sail over to the unadorned Ancora shipyard on the west side, where the Kunja shipyard also has its moorings. Before that, however, there is still the possibility of getting hold of a place in the town harbour, which is particularly conveniently located in relation to the town centre.

From the marina of the Neustadt sailing club, a footpath stretches northwards along the coast to the Pelzerhaken seaside resort, which has a 40,000 m² nudist beach. At the edge of the path (after one kilometre) a memorial reminds of the tragic sinking of the "Cap Arcona", which cost the lives of more than 7000 people on 3 May 1945: Shortly before the end of the war the National Socialists had the concentration camp Neuengamme cleared and the tortured, sick and dying 8000 concentration camp prisoners crammed into four ships. In addition to these passenger liners, the remains of the Dönitz Navy were also moored in Neustädter Bucht, seeking protection here from the advancing Allies. "Cap Arcona" and "Thielbeck"' also flew the Reich's war flag, so they could not be identified as prisoner transports by the English attacking at 2 p.m. on May 3. The steamers were sunk in minutes by the bombers. Only a few hundred survived the inferno.

A huge amusement park, four kilometers south of Neustadt, offers amusement with its numerous amusement facilities and circus shows.

At the fishing and trading port there is a ship chandler.

Marina Information

Max Depth 5.5 m
Berth Width 20 m
Berth Length 120 m

Contact

Phone +49 151 171 359 55
Email Please enable Javascript to read
Website https://www.swnh.de

Surroundings

Electricity

Water

Toilet

Shower

Restaurant

Imbiss

Atm

Internet

Grocery

Ramp

Public Transport

Garbage

Comments

Hjhoevel, Foxi
Steganlage ist in gutem Zustand, Hafenmeister sympathisch, Ideal für einen gelungenen Abschluss eines Segeltages
19.07.2021 20:42
Raoulmv, Mootje
Anleger direkt vor'm Klüvers...verkehrstechnisch geht es ruhiger, aber alles in allem perfekt vor der Brücke
05.07.2021 22:01
Chaval-ostsee, Chaval
01.07.2021 07:13
Hwabiker, Aquamarin II
Für den Gastlieger ist die Kaje direkt beim Cafe Waterkant der ideale Platz. Ein sehr sauberer Sanitärbereich befindet sich direkt um die Ecke, und mit dem Dreieck Klüver, Krabbe, Waterkant hat hat man alles, was man zum gut Leben braucht ....
14.11.2020 19:24

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