Berth Überseebrücke

During major maritime events or when several cruise ships are in port simultaneously, Überseebrücke, located between the HafenCity and Altona terminals, is available as a berth. Large sailing ships and small passenger vessels, especially, tie up here.

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Berth Information

No. of Berths: 


Terminal Building No.: 


Indoor Operational Area: 

not applicable

Max. length: 

300.00 m

Max. Depth (based on Mean Low Water): 

10.0 m

Max. Air Draught: 

no limits

Boarding Facilities: 

  • Gangway

Shore Gangways on request: 

  • Yes

LNG-Power Barge: 

not available

Shore Side Electricity: 

  • No

Terminal Information

Waste Disposal: 

  • No

Fresh Water Supply: 

  • No

Grey Water Disposal: 

  • No


  • No

ISPS certified: 

  • Yes


  • Yes

Pilotage Service: 

  • Yes

Tender Facilities: 

  • Not applicable

Nautical Approach

The distance to the North Sea is 70 sea miles. There are neither bridges nor locks on the way. The average cruising time is 6,5 hours.

Terminal Operator

Terminal Owner

Event Rental

not applicable

More Information

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  • Überseebrücke