Harbour Hamburg

Hamburg
Schleswig-Holstein
Built between 1908 and 1911, the 50er Schuppen boast a triple-aisle wooden stand construction and are the last remaining quay warehouses from the time of the empire. The adjoining main buildings used to house functionaries and include various rooms … 
Details of 50er Schuppen - Australiastraße
20457 Hamburg
A wrecking dockyard located in Moorburg district in the southern harbour. The compound features dusty, muddy and rough looks, almost every corner beeing filled with scrap metall parts. Experienced location for film shooting. 
Details of Abwrackwerft in Moorburg
21079 Hamburg
Near the quays where the ferries dock, the "Landungsbrücken", stands the building housing the entrance to the old tunnel which runs underneath the river Elbe. It was opened in 1911. The classicist style of the brown sandstone square … 
Details of Alter Elbtunnel
20359 Hamburg
The Cap San Diego is one of the last remaining ships of a series of six fast cargo ships built between 1961 and 1962 on shipyards in Hamburg and Kiel for the Hamburg-Südamerikanische Dampfschiffgesellschaft Eggert & Amsinck, the … 
Details of Cap San Diego
20459 Hamburg
The City Marina is one of Hamburg´s most versatile locations it features some of the most beautiful sights of the city. Because of the centred landing stages and anchorages, who have a direct optical connection to harbour facilities, Hanseatic … 
Details of City Sporthafen
20459 Hamburg
The Hamburg Elbbrücken, the bridges across the Elbe, are the last ones before the Elbe flows into the North Sea. Since 1872, iron railway bridges have replaced ferries crossing the Norderelbe, the northern part of the Elbe, and the … 
Details of Elbbrücken
20539 Hamburg
The Ernst-August lock at Klütjenfelder Hafen was completed in October 2011, having cost a total of 26 million euros. It replaces a much larger (unpreserved) construction from 1861 for flood control and tidal range compensation. The lock and … 
Details of Ernst-August-Schleuse
21107 Hamburg
The Fischauktionshalle, an architectural jewel, reminiscent of a basilica, was built in 1896 and used for fish auctions. An iron structure with a cupola, it was also called the "Cathedral of Fish". Two galleries run along the inside and … 
Details of Fischauktionshalle
22767 Hamburg
Every Sunday morning, between 6 and 10am, the famous fish market of St. Pauli takes place, directly on the Elbe embankment, on a broad cobblestone promenade with old lampposts lined by clinker houses. Goods of all sorts are being sold within this … 
Details of Fischmarkt Hamburg-Altona
Fischmarkt 20359 Hamburg
The facilities of the house bout society are 1,200 square metres in size and are located within the Spreehafen. Various ships, house boats and pontoons are available for use. The floating workshops, studios, offices, venues and exhibition rooms were … 
Details of HHLV Hausboote im Spreehafen
20457 Hamburg
The harbour grounds are in a process of constant chance, every day offers new views and impressions. The new HafenCity - for example – is still under construction and creates a whole new city district in the harbour area south of the historic … 
Details of HafenCity
20457 Hamburg
About 1900, the increasing transhipment and theships becoming bigger required an extensive rebuilding and extension process of the Port of Hamburg. From 1908 until 1909, the sheds 50 and51 were built along the wall of the Bremen quay. Each of them … 
Details of Hafenmuseum
20457 Hamburg
For more than ninety years the Hamburg Ship Model Basin HSVA has been and still is one of the leading companies in hydrodynamic research. The company has influenced the development of crucial technologies, methods, standardisations and problem … 
Details of Hamburgische Schiffbau - Versuchsanstalt
22305 Hamburg
This part of Hamburg´s harbour remains completely unaffected by the tide. It contains the Hamburg yacht centre, the ship calibration station Heimdall, the Clipper clubhouse and the interior harbour side of the harbour police. Contact: Yacht Centre … 
Details of Harburger Binnenhafen
21079 Hamburg
As Germany's largest and Europe's third largest container port Hamburg takes on an important distribution function for worldwide flows of goods. Four high performance container terminals make possible an annual handling capacity of some 12 … 
Details of Industriehafen / Containerhafen
21129 Hamburg
Maritime pictures, models, flags, decorations, cards, uniforms and even a projection on a wall of ice makes the Maritime Museum in Hamburg so unique.On its 11 floors the largest private maritime collection by Peter Tamm, is presenting its beauty … 
Details of Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg
Kaispeicher B 20457 Hamburg
The Kattwyck bridge is the biggest bascule bridge in the world. It is 290m long and was built in 1973. The maximum height of stroke is 53m high.A specialty about the bridge was, that it had train and car traffic, but there is a second bridge next … 
Details of Kattwykbrücke
21107 Hamburg
Since 1974, Germany´s highest bridge connects the Waltershof container terminal and the Free Port. The curved cable bridge, visible from far away has 88 steel cables and rests on 130m high columns. The bridge across the south side of the Elbe … 
Details of Köhlbrandbrücke
20457 Hamburg
At Seemannshöft we can see the vessel traffic service centre (the modern, low rise building) of the Hamburg Port Authority, as well as the historic Lotsenhaus (lit: pilot house). The open tidal harbour of Hamburg is covered by high-power radar … 
Details of Lotsenhaus
Seemannshöft 21129 Hamburg
In Finkenwerder Vorhafen lies the METHA treatment plant wharfage, belonging to the Hamburg Port Authority. METHA is the first major sediment-processing plant in the world to mechanically process dredged harbour sediments. It separates and drains … 
Details of METHA Aufbereitungsanlage / Hafenanlage
21129 Hamburg
The historic cargo ship BLEICHEN features furniture and mechanisms from the fifties and has two freight holds of 300m² each. The engine room, cargo booms and other facilities are operational and all of the ship is available for film shoots. 
Details of MS BLEICHEN
20457 Hamburg
The „Museumshafen Oevelgoenne (museum harbour of Oevelgoenne) was founded by a private association in 1977 at the fairy pier of Neumuehlen. It offers a mix of historic professional sailing ships. For example an old fire ship, which was in … 
Details of Museumshafen Övelgönne
22763 Hamburg
At Seemannshöft we can see the vessel traffic service centre (the modern, low rise building) of the Hamburg Port Authority, as well as the historic Lotsenhaus (lit: pilot house). The open tidal harbour of Hamburg is covered by high-power radar … 
Details of Nautische Zentrale
Seemannshöft 21129 Hamburg
The Norderwerft, founded in 1905, features two docks and three mooring quays. The shipyard employs around 100 people, working in the fields of ship repairs, reconstruction, production of equipment and general services. 
Details of Norderwerft
20457 Hamburg
The SS Rickmer Richmers was built in Bremerhaven Shipyards in 1896 as a full rig steel ship with a span of 3,500 square metres. It was confiscated by the Portuguese during the First World War and used as a cargo ship by the English. After the Second … 
Details of Rickmer Rickmers
20359 Hamburg
The construction of the Landungsbrücken, the great piers for the passenger ships, was started in 1839. Like most of Hamburg´ s buildings for public transport, built around 1910, the piers were given an impressive facade. The massive … 
Details of St. Pauli Landungsbrücken
20359 Hamburg
This extraordinary venue for music shows, integrated into the harbour, is situated on the south bank of the Elbe, opposite the great piers (Landungsbrücken). Various shows are staged within this spacious hall.  
Details of Stage Musicaltheater im Hafen
20457 Hamburg
The company M.A. Flint GmbH & Co. gave up the business areas of diving and salvage in 2004, so the name “Taucher Flint” (lit. “Diver Flint”) is no longer entirely accurate. It has since specialized in the repair of ships, boats and yachts. … 
Details of Taucher Flint
20457 Hamburg
The brick-lined warder's building, the sluice tower and the sluice interior constitute an entity which seems to be cut off entirely from the rest of the world. An idyllic place connecting the Billwerder bay and the Tiefstack canal which leads into … 
Details of Tiefstack Schleuse
20539 Hamburg
Trimet Aluminium wharfage is an independent, medium-sized enterprise. The plant was founded in 1970 under the name Reynolds Aluminium, the electrolysis facilities were opened in 1974 and metal production began. In 1975 Reynolds threatened to give up … 
Details of Trimet Aluminium
21129 Hamburg
The Finkenwerder Yachthafen (marina) is visually cut off from the Elbe, and only becomes accessible once the entrance to the North of Rüschweg has been passed. The marina next to the Airbus premises is home to several sailing clubs and their … 
Details of Yachthafen Finkenwerder
21129 Hamburg
The citizens of Hamburg enjoy the summer and the sunshine on the sandy beach of the river Elbe at the old captains’ village, Övelgönne. Front gardens of all sizes stretch down to the riverbanks. 
Details of Övelgönne Elbstrand
22605 Hamburg
The bridge connects the harbour promenade with the jetties at the lower harbour, where, amongst others, the ship Cap San Diego lies at anchor. 
Details of Überseebrücke
20459 Hamburg
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