POTSDAM

 

 

 

RIVERCRUISE POTSDAM

Enjoy the sights of Potsdam on a very comfortable way : aboard private ship CARPE DIEM.

In Potsdam we sail on the river Havel through the city and the lakes around.

You will see :

  • Glienicker bridge, the ‘Spybridge’,
  • Harbour with the rebuild towncastle,
  • Castle of Ceclienhof, where the Allies signed the ‘Potsdam Agreement 1945
  • castle of Babelsberg – buildt 1835 – Residence of Emperor Wilhelm I.
  • castle Klein Glienicke – residence of prince Karl of Prussia
  • Marble palais
  • Peacock island with its romantic castle
  • Theatre
  • Wannsee and a lot of other lakes
  • Sailing boats
  • A lot of nature
  • Impressive villas
  • Boathouse of nazism General Herrmann Göring
  • Ruins of villa nazism Joseph Goebbels

Nightly cruises are the romantic highlight of AHOI Yachting.

We create seas of memories…. In years your guests will talk about your cruise with CARPE DIEM.

Optional :

On this cruise, it is possible to anchor in a nice bay and go swimming.

Good swimmers try riding the banana behind our 220 Hp SeaDoo Jetski driven by our skipper.

Or try waterskiing or try wakeboarding.


YOUR STAY ON BOARD

You sit on the panorama deck with a great view on the sights, about 2 m above the waterline.

A soft top protects you and your guests from sun and light rain.

Capacity panoramadeck max. 15-17 guests.

Feel the fresh breeze the sun deck, enjoy the sun and a great look ahead.

Capacity about 10-15 guests.

Discover our comfortable salon on the lower deck.

Two lounge groups for 15 guests, our bar, buffet and two restrooms.

Large windows on both side shows the passing scenery.


FOOD & DRINKS

Enjoy our onboard service and treat yourself. We will be delighted to serve you delicous warm + cold drinks on our cruises.


REGIONAL INFORMATION

Hunderts of lakes around Berlin and Potsdam are a gift of the last ice age. These lakes are connected by the rivers Spree, Havel and a lot of channels.

With 3 daytrips you reach North- or Baltic Sea. In 2 days we are in Dresden or Hamburg. In 2 weeks we reach the Mediterranean Sea.

Since Middle Ages the waterways are important for the economic development of this region.

Today nearly 60 % of the goods are transported by ship : Coal for the power plants, fuel for the cars and for heating, building materials ……

On the other hand hundrets of private ships and cruise ships use the waterways.