Repair and new construction of wooden boats in the boatyard Freest, © TMV@pocha.de
Traditional Handicrafts, Historical Buildings

Freest boatyard emerged from the historical Jarling boatyard, which existed since 1889. In April 2007 the shipyard changes its owner. Kirsten Dubs and the shipyard crew have a lot of plans: Renovate, maintain, modernize, create a new building for training, accommodation and sanitation.

The large and small boat sheds together with slipways, marina and winter storage area remain intact (grandfathering), the charter fleet is expanded with small classic wooden charter boats for the Bodden, the Achterwasser and the lagoon. Each winter season from November to April, two raft boats have been available since 2012 for cozy accommodation in the winter marina harbor. A small museum room is inaugurated in the small boat shed in 2011 and is open for viewing.
Every year at Whitsun, for the campaign KUNST:OFFEN, the boatyard Freest also opens its halls to give artists the opportunity to exhibit in the yard and to receive visitors.

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Freest boatyard

  • Date: 5/18/24 to Today
  • Dorfstraße, 17440 Freest

Art:Open in Vorpommern 2024

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© Thorleif Neuer

Freest boatyard

  • Date: 5/18/24 to Today
  • Dorfstraße, 17440 Freest

Art:Open in Vorpommern 2024

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© Kinderland Trassenheide/ B. Eske

Children's land Trassenheide

  • Open today
  • Wiesenweg, 17449 Trassenheide

Volcano, super slide, children's carousel, chamber of horrors, kettcars, trampoline, western ride, and much more.

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© Hotel Friesenhof

Hotel Friesenhof on Usedom

  • Bahnhofstraße, 17449 Trassenheide

The Hotel Friesenhof offers fantastic rides to the Baltic Sea beach in Trassenheide as well as special health holidays on Usedom. Beneficial fitness sessions, healthy food, relaxation and practical knowledge for a healthier lifestyle are combined - all in the marvellous setting of the island of Usedom.

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Submarine in Peenemünde harbor, © Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Russian submarine U-461

  • Open today
  • Haupthafen, 17449 Peenemünde

With a length of almost 100 meters and a weight of over 4000 tons, the Russian submarine U-461 is the largest conventional boat ever built. In the narrow corridors and chambers of the steel colossus reaching under 6 floors, everyone can tell from the goose bumps of the neighbor that this is not for the faint of heart. Breathtaking simulations take you to the edge of imagination.

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Go Kart Area, © Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Go-Kart Peenemünde

  • Open today
  • Am Flugplatz, 17449 Peenemünde

Go-Kart Peenemünde offers recreational fun for young and old during the summer months.

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Greifswald Bodden, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Lubmin

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17509 Lubmin

Baltic Sea flair at the Bodden. The fine sandy beach, the large standing area and small but fine waves in southwest to northeast wind make Lubmin a real alternative for wave beginners.

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© Schöne Freizeit

Surfing and kitesurfing school Usedom

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Zeltplatzstr., 17449 Karlshagen

Learn kitesurfing on the Baltic Sea on Usedom and the Achterwasser. We are lucky enough to teach in one of the largest standing and learning areas in Germany, and depending on the wind direction, we can switch to several spots. Our water sports center is located on the Baltic Sea, on the sunny island of Usedom, on the sports beach.

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© H. Böhm / trassenheide.de

Wildlife Usedom

  • Open today
  • Wiesenweg, 17449 Trassenheide

Wildlife Usedom is the innovative nature experience for the whole family. Our friendly team welcomes all guests on a tour through the landscapes of the five continents.

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the soup bowl experiment, © Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Phenomena

  • Closed today
  • Museumsstraße, 17449 Peenemünde

The Phänomenta in Peenemünde invites young and old on an exciting journey of discovery.

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Greifswald Bodden, © surflocal.de

Loissin surf spot

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17509 Loissin

You can reach the spot via the campsite, where you can also take a shower and, of course, pitch your tent. Beginners will find a large standing area in Loissin. Experienced surfers will be happy about the fantastic shallow water conditions. The spot works with wind from west to northeast.

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© Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Beach and Wellness Hotel "Preussenhof

  • Dünenstraße, 17454 Zinnowitz

In the most beautiful location, directly on the Zinnowitz pier and beach promenade, the house shines with unmistakable charm of the imperial glory days.

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© Familien Wellness Hotel Seeklause

Familien Wellness Hotel Restaurant Seeklause

  • Mölschower Weg, 17449 Ostseebad Trassenheide

Welcome to the Family Wellness Hotel Restaurant Seeklause. Holidays for the whole family to recover, experience and relax.

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© Vaske

Usedom Bike Hotel & Suites

  • Hugo-Elsner-Straße, 17449 Karlshagen

Arrive, enjoy and relax. Welcome to the first bicycle hotel (bed & bike) in the Baltic resort Karlshagen directly by the sea. Close to the beach and quietly located.

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General view of Wolgast castle island, © Baltzer

Wolgast castle island

  • Bogislavstraße, 17438 Wolgast

Former site of the duke's castle.

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Stadtansicht Wolgast - Dreilindengrund am Peenestrom, © tvv@bock.de

The Dreilindengrund in Wolgast

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17438 Wolgast

Located on the Peenestrom in the district Tannenkamp in Wolgast you drive on the route of North German Romanticism along the Dreilindengrund. This translates to: The Ground of three limetrees. The name was given to it from the landing stage at the transfer of the fallen Swedish king Gustav II Adolf in 1633 during the Thirty Years' War. In memory of him three lime trees were planted. The small forest nearby was named Gustav-Adolf-Schlucht.

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A rarity and unique. A hand knotted fishing rug, © Angelika Michaelis-TVV e.V

Christophorus Church Kröslin

  • 17440 Kröslin

The village of Kröslin is located directly on the Baltic Sea Coast Cycle Route and the Route of North German Romanticism with a view of the Peene River and the island of Usedom.

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