Suggestions for boat tours on the Moselle

Lock cruise

Step on board in Cochem in the morning, sail by boat and go through the lock at Fankel to arrive in Beilstein after approximately one hour. You can spend the afternoon there exploring the village (all of Beilstein is preserved as a site of historic interest), enjoy a break in one of the cosy cafés and then return back to Cochem by boat in the afternoon.

Round cruise

After boarding the boat in Cochem, the first leg of your trip is to sail down the Moselle towards Treis-Karden. After a short while, the boat will turn so that you can glide past the majestically towering Reichsburg and enjoy the impressive wine cultivation landscape of the “Moselkrampen”. The trip lasts one hour and detailed explanations will be provided on board.

Evening cruise

Have you been out and about all day, seen a lot and would like to round off the day with a fittingly pleasant experience? Then an evening cruise on the Moselle is just what you need. Evening entertainment is provided in the form of a live band. Dinner and drinks are also available on board. Around 10.30 you will be back in Cochem, giving you time to head for one of the cosy wine bars in the old town.

Day cruise

If you fancy a day trip on a boat, then a cruise to Traben-Trarbach including time to explore the village could be just the ticket. We set sail at a leisurely pace in the morning so you can sit back and relax while enjoying the fascinating wine cultivation landscape of the Moselle terraces and the Central Moselle area. After exploring the terra firma of Traben-Trarbach, it’s back to Cochem in time for the evening

More informations for boat tours

Tourist-Information Ferienland Cochem

Endertplatz 1, 56812 Cochem,
Phone: 02671-6004-25 or -22, Fax: 02671-6004-44

Video: Boat tours on the Moselle Valley in Germany