With the Tietverdriew (High German: Zeitvertreib) you can also go to more distant and deeper fishing grounds or wrecks - departure from Sassnitz (Rügen).
The cutter "Tietverdriew" is a ship of the legendary 17 meter cutter class, which established the small-scale deep-sea fishing after the 2nd World War in the East of Germany. Today, some still existing cutters, after appropriate conversion and equipment, go fishing with anglers on the Baltic Sea. So does the cutter "Tietverdriew" (High German: Zeitvertreib).
"We mainly pursue cod. Whiting, mackerel, herring, garfish and flatfish as well as coalfish or salmon are mostly incidental bycatch. But on special request we also target the fish mentioned as bycatch. The special feature of our cutter is the cruising range, max. 25 nm from land. This gives the possibility to approach more distant (e.g. eagle bottom) and deeper (up to 50 meters water depth) fishing grounds or wrecks to achieve even better catches. An additional highlight is the passage of the Rügen chalk coast, among other things with a view of the Königsstuhl.
Normally we are with max. 12 persons 9 hours (07.00 - 16.00 o'clock) on sea. A stay in the heated deckhouse is possible, also a neat and clean toilet facility is available."