Ferry Moritzdorf is a passenger ferry across the Baab Bek River on the Island of Rügen.
The ferry connects the district of Moritzdorf west of Baaber Bek, which belongs to the municipality of Sellin, with Baaber Bollwerk of the municipality of Baabe to the east. Without the ferry, an eight-kilometer detour around Lake Sellin to the north would have to be taken. The ferry is a wooden rowboat, which is rowed by the ferryman across the Baaber Bek, which is only about 50 meters wide. The ferry has room for a maximum of 15 passengers and is one of the smallest ferries in Germany. Bicycles and baby carriages can also be taken across. This ferry service has existed since 1891, when it was first owned by the merchant Martin Looks. Although there were plans for the construction of a bridge from 1887, these were not implemented. Within the year-round ferry times, the ferry operates according to demand. Ferry passengers call the ferry by striking a metal pipe or shouting loudly. A mobile phone number is also posted.Once upon a time there was a bell pull to call the ferryman.