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Ferry F24: Rahnsdorf — Müggelheim

Fähre F24 Müggelheim- Rahnsdorf in Berlin

The F24 ferry line between Rahnsdorf and Müggelheim is unique in Berlin: the crossing is made by rowboat.

The ferry line F24 connects Rahnsdorf and Müggelheim in the district of Treptow-Köpenick on weekends and holidays from the beginning of May to the beginning of October. The historic ferry connection between Kruggasse and Spreewiesen was put into operation in 1911 and has since enjoyed great popularity among excursionists and residents, who save themselves long detours. Only twelve rowing strokes are needed for a crossing from one bank of the Müggelspree to the other. The F24 thus is the smallest ferry in Berlin and covers the shortest distance.

Ferry F24

Photos: Rowing Ferry «Paule III»

During the summer months, passengers can take a trip across the Müggelspree and back on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays on Berlin's only rowing ferry.  more

On the Map: F24 Ferry Pier Rahnsdorf

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Source: BerlinOnline/BVG

Last edited: 18 February 2022