Welcome Aboard Boardinghouse Bremerhaven

Our Boardinghouse is really something special - starting with the magnificent location. The project of the century, the “Havenwelten” connects the old and new parts of the city masterfully, and our Boardinghouse is right in the middle of this unique project, also allowing a view of the city, the dike and the sea.

You’ll definitely feel the freedom of the sea and the harbour when you look out of the Boardinghouse windows. But this feeling can also be found inside and is conveyed by the special furnishing of the individual rooms. We used natural materials like wood, cotton and stone to make particular details, and to give each room an exclusive, free feeling. The Boardinghouse is a great place to stay on vacation as well as business trips.

Our apartments and suites are comfortably furnished, leaving no wishes open for adventure-loving guests or busy business travellers. The pantry kitchenettes are well equipped to ensure independence, but you can also book different services depending on your needs. Whether you need your room cleaned, your sheets changed or would like to come to breakfast at our extensive buffet we are glad to make sure that your stay at the Boardinghouse is as comfortable as possible.

The Boardinghouse also gives you the opportunity to turn private or professional occasions into special events in unique maritime surroundings. You can party, hold business meetings or simply enjoy the view with an impressive setting - depending on what you wish. There are also plenty of parking opportunities as well as a charging pole for electronic vehicles, and because of the perfect location you can reach the city quickly. There’s so much to discover and we can’t wait to welcome you in our Boardinghouse!

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Through the three glass windows of our panoramic glass front you can follow the course of the sun

Home Port Bremerhaven
Home Port Bremerhaven

Our marina in Bremerhaven in the "Havenwelten" rouses real wanderlust