Germany is located in Central Europe. Its shore is flown by the Baltic Sea. Neighbouring countries are: France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands to the west, Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east and Austria and Switzerland to the south.
The Germans are known for their devotion to order and development, they have prepared a solid base for sailors – a modern, well-equipped ports with surrounding infrastructure, so chartering a yacht in Germany is fast, without complications and is very pleasant, even though the climate is moderately warm here. What is important, the journey to the chartering location is very comfortable due to a highly developed network of roads and motorways created by our neighbours. You can go to the German coast on your own, by car, and also by plane, rail or an international motor coach line. In addition, the journey from Poland is not very long – what will be appreciated by people suffering from motion sickness or those who don't like long distances.
Holidays on a yacht is one of the most comfortable form of spending leisure time. You can be in different places every day, you are free and mobile – priceless. Contrary to appearances, travelling by yacht does not mean you are locked in a small area – you are free to travel and explore the new instead. Interestingly, not all yachting sailors search only for hot weather and swimming in warm seas. So if you want to experience adventures and you don't care about vibrant resorts or heavenly views – renting a yacht in Germany is perfect for you. During your holidays on a yacht in Germany, you can visit one of sandy beaches, fishermen village and sail to one of multiple islets or just sightsee old, astonishing seaside towns.
Yachting in Germany is a great opportunity to get to know the history, culture and traditions of our western neighbours. Although Germany and Poland share the border, their everyday life is a bit different from ours. The most specific German features of are order, regularity and the performance of duties. Their cuisine also differs from the Polish traditional cuisine, which is not very light as well: German meals are very caloric and fat. The basic ingredient of local meals are various types and forms of meat. In the north part of the country, fish is frequently eaten due to high concentration of ports and fishing areas.