Mönkebude marina is a modern marina with about 90 permanent and guest berths. It is on the south side of the small lagoon where it is sheltered from the wind.
Mönkebude marina is the jewel of the fishing village on the small Stettin Lagoon. Its extensive modern facilities earned it the “gelbe Welle” and three “blaue Sterne” certifications. It has 90 berths of 2.2 metres depth. The marina offers a boat and engine service, power and water supply at the berths as well as a wastewater disposal facility. There is also a diesel petrol station and a craning facility.
Mönkebude is located near the large Ueckermünde Heath woodland and the Stettin Lagoon nature park. The region’s diverse natural landscape is perfect for physical activities. The stunning countryside can be explored on 600 kilometres of cycle paths and 400 kilometres of hiking trails. The village’s pretty sandy beach, where you can hire bicycles and beach chairs, is right next to the marina. Other attractions include a sailing trip with “Käpt’n Alwin Harder” on the historic Zeesen boat or a day trip to the spa resorts in Usedom Island. In the village, you can enjoy freshly caught fish in many restaurants.