Houseboat tour from Rheinsberg to Zehdenick

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Cities worth seeing, an impressive castle, glittering blue lakes - strung together like a string of pearls, picturesque meanders of the Havel River and numerous locks: a houseboat tour from Rheinsberg to Zehdenick promises relaxation as well as adventure on the water and on land.
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  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Schloss Rheinsberg, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Unterwegs mit dem Hausboot, Foto: Madlen Krippendorf, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Hausboote auf dem Tietzowsee, Foto: Itta Olaj, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
The trip starts in Rheinsberg. A first lap across the lake Grienericksee is highly recommended: because the rococo castle and parts of its park can be marveled at particularly well from the boat deck in all its splendor.

The tour leads from the "Prinzenstadt" northward through the Rheinsberg chain of lakes: narrow canals and wide lakes alternate, shades of blue and green dominate the natural landscape here. A first lock is reached shortly before the village of Kleinzerlang, and a little later the state border to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is crossed. Those who want to - and have time - can already moor here in various harbors.

After the lock in Steinhavelmühle and a trip across the Röblinsee, the water town Fürstenberg/Havel is reached. Its name describes the island location of the center of the small town in the middle between three lakes and the Havel. Whether it's a leisurely stroll through the old town and the city park, trying out the public sports and fitness equipment or a hike along the tree trail in Havelpark or an adventure with a SUP (rented locally) - Fürstenberg/Havel is always worth a stop.

On the crossing of the large Stolpsee, a detour to heavenly Himmelpfort is possible. On the shores of the lake it is wonderful to relax, a fisherman offers fresh specialties and both the monastery ruins and the Christmas house next door are year-round tourist highlights.

From here, the tour leads along the meandering Havel River and through no less than four locks until Burgwall is reached. This is where the unique clay pond landscape begins! The now protected natural landscape, which formed with the clay mining in the 19th century, stretches to Zehdenick. The numerous, so-called clay pits can be discovered to the right and left of the Havel.

Today, Mildenberg is home to the "Ziegeleipark" (Brickworks Park) - an industrial museum with an adventure park for the whole family that provides information about what was once the largest brickworks district in Europe. A real experience not only for children!

The tour ends in the Havel town of Zehdenick. Its small, pretty old town invites you to stroll around and the old monastery complex is also worth a visit.

Length: 76 kilometers (2-3 days)

Route: Grienericksee, Rheinsberger See, Schlabornsee, Tietzowsee, large Prebelowsee (southern area), Kleiner Pälitzsee, Großer Pälitzsee, Ellbogensee, Ziernsee, Menowsee (eastern area), Röblinsee, Baalensee, Schwedtsee, Stolpsee and then continue on the Havel to your destination.

Shore leave:

Rheinsberg: castle and park, Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum, Ceramics Museum - and many opportunities to stop for refreshments.

Zechlinerhütte: Alfred Wegener Museum

Kleinzerlang: Marina Boot und mehr (with restaurant)

Fürstenberg/Havel: Old town, local history exhibition at the market, Havelpark, technical monument railroad ferry

Himmelpfort: Christmas house, monastery herb garden

Mildenberg: Brickworks park with harbor

Zehdenick: Cistercian monastery with monastery barn

Water profile: The tour is characterized by river courses and canals as well as individual sections across wide lakes.

Nautical information: 9 locks are on the route: Wolfsbruch, Strasen, Steinhavelmühle, Fürstenberg/Havel, Bredereiche, Regow, Zaaren, Schorfheide, Zehdenick.

Driving license: depending on the type of boat, free of driving license or navigable with a charter license.

Gas stations: Boat refueling stations are located at Marina Wolfsbruch, Marina Priepert, Marina "Neuer Hafen" Mildenberg and Marina Zehdenick at Prerauer Stich.

Map material: Detailed information about the waters, locks and supply possibilities along the route is provided by the "Törnatlas - Mecklenburgische und Märkische Gewässer" and the "Törnplaner - Mecklenburgische und Märkische Gewässer" published by Quick Maritim Medien.
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Cities worth seeing, an impressive castle, glittering blue lakes - strung together like a string of pearls, picturesque meanders of the Havel River and numerous locks: a houseboat tour from Rheinsberg to Zehdenick promises relaxation as well as adventure on the water and on land.
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  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Schloss Rheinsberg, Foto: Steffen Lehmann, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Unterwegs mit dem Hausboot, Foto: Madlen Krippendorf, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
  • Hausboote auf dem Tietzowsee, Foto: Itta Olaj, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Im Hausboot auf dem Schlabornsee, Foto: Julia Nimke, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
The trip starts in Rheinsberg. A first lap across the lake Grienericksee is highly recommended: because the rococo castle and parts of its park can be marveled at particularly well from the boat deck in all its splendor.

The tour leads from the "Prinzenstadt" northward through the Rheinsberg chain of lakes: narrow canals and wide lakes alternate, shades of blue and green dominate the natural landscape here. A first lock is reached shortly before the village of Kleinzerlang, and a little later the state border to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is crossed. Those who want to - and have time - can already moor here in various harbors.

After the lock in Steinhavelmühle and a trip across the Röblinsee, the water town Fürstenberg/Havel is reached. Its name describes the island location of the center of the small town in the middle between three lakes and the Havel. Whether it's a leisurely stroll through the old town and the city park, trying out the public sports and fitness equipment or a hike along the tree trail in Havelpark or an adventure with a SUP (rented locally) - Fürstenberg/Havel is always worth a stop.

On the crossing of the large Stolpsee, a detour to heavenly Himmelpfort is possible. On the shores of the lake it is wonderful to relax, a fisherman offers fresh specialties and both the monastery ruins and the Christmas house next door are year-round tourist highlights.

From here, the tour leads along the meandering Havel River and through no less than four locks until Burgwall is reached. This is where the unique clay pond landscape begins! The now protected natural landscape, which formed with the clay mining in the 19th century, stretches to Zehdenick. The numerous, so-called clay pits can be discovered to the right and left of the Havel.

Today, Mildenberg is home to the "Ziegeleipark" (Brickworks Park) - an industrial museum with an adventure park for the whole family that provides information about what was once the largest brickworks district in Europe. A real experience not only for children!

The tour ends in the Havel town of Zehdenick. Its small, pretty old town invites you to stroll around and the old monastery complex is also worth a visit.

Length: 76 kilometers (2-3 days)

Route: Grienericksee, Rheinsberger See, Schlabornsee, Tietzowsee, large Prebelowsee (southern area), Kleiner Pälitzsee, Großer Pälitzsee, Ellbogensee, Ziernsee, Menowsee (eastern area), Röblinsee, Baalensee, Schwedtsee, Stolpsee and then continue on the Havel to your destination.

Shore leave:

Rheinsberg: castle and park, Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum, Ceramics Museum - and many opportunities to stop for refreshments.

Zechlinerhütte: Alfred Wegener Museum

Kleinzerlang: Marina Boot und mehr (with restaurant)

Fürstenberg/Havel: Old town, local history exhibition at the market, Havelpark, technical monument railroad ferry

Himmelpfort: Christmas house, monastery herb garden

Mildenberg: Brickworks park with harbor

Zehdenick: Cistercian monastery with monastery barn

Water profile: The tour is characterized by river courses and canals as well as individual sections across wide lakes.

Nautical information: 9 locks are on the route: Wolfsbruch, Strasen, Steinhavelmühle, Fürstenberg/Havel, Bredereiche, Regow, Zaaren, Schorfheide, Zehdenick.

Driving license: depending on the type of boat, free of driving license or navigable with a charter license.

Gas stations: Boat refueling stations are located at Marina Wolfsbruch, Marina Priepert, Marina "Neuer Hafen" Mildenberg and Marina Zehdenick at Prerauer Stich.

Map material: Detailed information about the waters, locks and supply possibilities along the route is provided by the "Törnatlas - Mecklenburgische und Märkische Gewässer" and the "Törnplaner - Mecklenburgische und Märkische Gewässer" published by Quick Maritim Medien.
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