Our harbormaster is available for help and advice from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 16:30. If you do not find him in the harbor office, you will find him somewhere on the premises or in the hall. You will recognize him by the fact that he is always very brisk and busy.
The harbor money can be paid at the harbor office or deposited in an envelope found in the boxes at the exit of the docks.
The key for the toilets, showers and, if necessary, for the barrier gate can be obtained from the harbormaster or from our restaurant in the clubhouse for a deposit.
We have four bicycles available for you. With them, you can reach Twedter Plack (see below) and get baked goods and everything the galley needs in the surrounding supermarkets. The bicycles are parked near the restroom building and are locked to the fence. The keys are hanging in the restroom building.
A beach is located next to the west pier or 300 m further eastward in Solitüde, where your children can really let off steam on a playground.
You have arrived at one of the most beautiful bays of the Flensburg Fjord
Strand = Beach, Grillplatz = Grill Area, Clubhaus = Club House, Hafenbüro = Harbor Office, Duschen = Showers, Riggermast Kran = Mast rigging crane, Brücken = Dock
The WLAN (WiFi) access is free in Fahrensodde. Connect to the WLAN (WifI) "Fahrensodde" and then open any Internet browser. There is no password, so you can immediately start using the internet.
Everything you need you can find nearby
After about 800 m following Twedter Strandweg you will reach a shopping center at Twedter Plack. Here you can find stores, banks, doctors, and pharmacies. One of the supermarkets is open until 22:00. You can use one of the bicycles parked near the bathroom building. You will find the keys in the bathroom building.
If you feel like sightseeing, you can use one of the bus lines from Twedter Plack to explore the beautiful fjord landscape around Flensburg and neighboring Glücksburg. You can reach the ZOB in Flensburg from here in about 15 minutes. The ZOB is located near the harbor tip in the center of the city and has preserved some of its maritime flair from the time of the rum trade with the Caribbean islands.