Water sports enthusiasts moor their boats at the jetty and stroll up to the pier. In the morning they are woken up by the whistling of the water birds and after a fresh shower they are off – to the beach, on a shopping trip or to the adventure pool. Up to 80 boats can moor here for a limited period.
Spa architecture, bathing life and wellness holidays find the perfect complement for nature lovers in the harbour of Sellin. Because the harbour of Sellin is located in the middle of the biosphere reserve Southeast Rügen and borders on a nature reserve, mute swan and gadwall also feel at home here. Nature experience and seaside resort flair, restaurants, boutiques and events are the most beautiful answer to sailing trips, kayak tours and excursions by motorboat.
If you can’t come to the harbour of Sellin with your own boat, just get on board and sail away! The passenger ship „MS Sellin“ has got its own jetty in the harbour of Sellin and sails from here across the Sellin Lake to the neighbouring village Baabe, to Gager and to Lauterbach. In the transport association with various bus lines of the holiday region Mönchgut-Granitz, guests with a spa card can even travel free of charge on boats, buses and cable cars.
The harbour Sellin was built in 2018 as a water hiking rest area and has a total of 365 metres of jetty facilities. Up to 80 boats of different sizes can moor there for up to three weeks. The service includes a sanitary building with showers and WC, washing machine and dryer, electricity and fresh water at the jetty, a 25-metre-long slipway – and a harbour master. You can reach the Baltic seaside resort in a few minutes on foot or explore the island of Rügen or the Mönchgut peninsula by bus.
Hafen Wasserwanderrastplatz Ostseebad Sellin
Am Bollwerk 3
18586 Ostseebad Sellin
Other services/service providers located in the vicinity are: Sailmaker, engine service, electronics service, ship chandler.
The water recreation area was supported within the framework of the joint task for the „improvement of the regional economic structure“ with funds from the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the Federal Republic of Germany.