Lottjen's lighthouse trips
A traditional Börte boat
With the traditional Börte boat "Lottjen" it goes from the new harbor through the sport boat lock, where immediately the Simon Loschen lighthouse is to be seen. On the harbor side of the lock, the Minarett front light is passed. Further north on the river Weser, Bremerhaven's Pingelturm presents itself. Passing the unique skyline of the Seaside City, the Mole lights and the front light not far from the mobile home park and the rear light at the double lock become visible when entering the river Geeste estuary. From the Geeste outer harbor the Börte boat of the Lottjen e.V. steers finally in the direction of the ferry landing stage further along the river Geeste. Thereby the Kennedy bridge is crossed with a trip to the naval operation school. Afterwards it goes back into the Harbor Worlds to the starting point new port.
During the approximately 90-minute trip, the skipper will not only provide interesting facts about the maritime buildings, but also small breaks to take pictures and marvel at them.
Due to current circumstances, Lottjen's lighthouse tour will not call at the fishing harbor of Bremerhaven in 2021.
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July - October 2022
Wednesday to Sunday hourly from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. There is no cruise at 1 p.m..
The trip goes through the Fishery Harbor I and Labrador Harbor.
- Ticket only valid for the specified date. Return is excluded.
- Safety first applies to all journeys! Only passengers with a minimum weight of 15 kg are permitted.
- In the event of severe weather conditions and winds of more than 5 g, trips will be cancelled due to weather and safety reasons.
- The instructions of the Lottjen crew must always be followed.
Per person (from 15 Kg) € 18,50
Per Child @ 15,00
- 90-minutes cruise to the lighthouses
- Explanations about the lighthouses and surroundings from the skipper
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Bremerhaven Touristik & Tourist-Infos
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Mon. - Thur. 8 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.
Fri. 8 a.m. - 3.30 p.m.