Sail with us on a German adventure to The Kiel Canal, which links the North Sea to the Baltic Sea. It’s the busiest artificial waterway in the world, so if you like seeing other boats and floating vessels, The Kiel Canal should not disappoint.
The Kiel Canal’s route through the attractive hinterland of Schleswig-Holstein takes you past both field and forest landscapes. You’ll see stately homes and country residences along the way, along with wild ducks and birds. Cyclists will wave to you as they make their way down paths alongside the canal.
The historic old town in Brunsbüttel is worth a stop to see its locks, as is the stone-age village of Albersdorf.
Kiel is a stop for shopping and museums, including the Kiel Shipping Museum and the Molfee Open-Air Museum, where you can learn about the history and significance of the region. There’s a nice church in the center of town, and a park to relax.
Charter a trip with us to The Kiel Canal to be surrounded by boats both big and small, as we cruise through rural Germany taking in the sunshine and peaceful country breezes.