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Berlin is located in Europe’s largest inland water sports area

With 3,600km of which can be used by ships, and around 5,000 lakes, the Berlin-Brandenburg region is a dream for water sports enthusiasts. Thanks to the region’s proximity to the Baltic Sea and neighboring countries, it is truly a tourism paradise for all “water-trotters”.
From simple wooden rafts with outboard motors to luxurious chartered yachts: The water sports region between the Elbe River and the Baltic Sea presents not only its charter districts, but also what awaits charter tourists beyond the docks.

Whether you’re interested in motorboats, sailing, diving, fishing or canoeing, BOAT & FUN BERLIN offers inspiration and excitement to all water sports tourists.

Interest in water tourism and outdoor sports continues to grow

Berlin is located in Europe’s largest inland water sports area. The Havel lakes, the Brandenburg inshore waters, the Mecklenburg Lake District, the Lusatia Lakeland and the nearby Baltic Sea coast are a paradise for motorboat captains, sailors, canoeists and enthusiasts of trendy fun-sports. Nature lovers, water tourists and fishermen are all in their element here.

Interest in water tourism and outdoor sports continues to grow. As one of the leading trade fairs for boats for inland and coastal waters, BOAT & FUN BERLIN presents a broad range of maritime offers for water sports enthusiasts.

With a large selection of fun-sport, diving equipment and the representation of the most beautiful water sports regions, Germany’s boating trade fair in the capital is an essential information platform and the event of the year for everyone who loves water sports.

Some facts on important waterways

Berlin 200 km navigable waterways
Largest lake Großer Müggelsee 743,3 ha
Longest river within the City Spree 41,5 km
Longest canal Teltowcanal 29,1 km

Havel
 
Length 334 km
Navigable 285 km
Hear Mecklenburg
Mecklenburg Lake District  
Müritz: 2nd biggest lake Germany 117 km²
Area total 6014,4 km²