Sylvia's history: Built in 1948 in the Jensen Werft in Hamburg and originally named Freddy. Freddy was then sold on two years later to a new owner who named the boat after his daughter, Sylvia, in 1950. Sylvia then moved on to Rostock-Warnemuende where she worked as a shuttle, carrying yacht harbour residents back and forth.
space for 32 people
stereosystem (MP3 / CD)
heating (in the wintertime)
Winter: We are happy to offer you Christmas trips with mulled wine and catering. In winter, the Sylvia can be booked for up to 25 people for 4 hours or more. No New Year's Eve trips are possible.
Prices include VAT, captain , fuel and start and end of the tour at Westhafen.
3 hours boat tour: Start at Western Harbour -> Berlin Spandau Shipping Canal -> North Harbour -> Central station -> Reichstag -> Palace of Tears -> Bodemuseum -> Monbijoupark -> Berlin Cathedral -> Humboldt Forum -> Nikolaiviertel -> Mühlendammschleuse -> back to Central station and then -> Chancellery -> House of World Cultures -> Bellevue Castle -> Hansa Quarter -> Charlottenburg Palace -> end of the tour at Western Harbour
boat rental | BBQ | toilet | music