Take a Boat Tour on the Rhine River

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Enjoy a boat tour or cruise on the Rhine River
Enjoy a boat tour or cruise on the Rhine River

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Enjoy a boat tour of Rhine River (Rhein)! Loreley Line Weinand, GmbH organizes trips to the middle Rhine castles from various cities that are easy accessible from many directions. You can either go on a day trip, evening trip, or a dance trip. On the boat tour of the Rhine River, enjoy wines from the area as well as dishes from the board restaurant along with some music. All ships have comfortable salons and sun-decks for 400-600 people, with huge panoramic windows to enjoy the scenery. For example, there are many castles along the river that you can see while doing the boat tour of the Rhine River.

Here is the information to contact the Loreley Linie Weinand to obtain information about rhine river cruises:

Loreley Linie Weinand
Rheinuferstr. 55-56, 56341 Kamp-Bornhofen (Kamp-Bornhofen vacation rentals | Kamp-Bornhofen travel guide) am Rhein
Phone: +49 (0)6773-341

They offer various tours. Here are some selected highlights:

Rheintour Loreley to St. Goar

On this trip the ship will take you along the famous Loreley rock on the eastern bank of the Rhine River near St. Goarshausen. It soars up to 120 meters above the water line and is also the narrowest part of the Rhine River between Switzerland and the North Sea. Due to the very strong current in this area, many boat accidents have been caused here. There is an ancient story that goes along with this famous spot: ancient Rhine Maidens or Sirens lured ships into the rocks by singing their alluring songs to the seamen.

You will also see the castles Sterrenberg, Liebenstein, Maus, Rheinfels und Katz along the way. This trip takes about 1.5 hrs. Roundrip takes 2.5 hrs. See time schedule for the St. Goar and Loreley trip (link below).

Castle Tour Boppard (Boppard vacation rentals | Boppard travel guide) - St. Goar - Ruedesheim

The Pegasus will take you along the Rhine River to see castles such as Sterrenberg, Lienbstein, Maus, Rheinfels, Katz, Schoenburg, Pfalz im Rhein, Gutenfels, Stahleck, Fürstenberg, Nollige, Heimburg, Sooneck etc. Food can be purchased on the ships restaurant.

There will be a 3 hour stay in Rüdesheim where you can visit the Niederwald Denkmal, Motorroller Museum, Asbach Uralt or take a tour through the cities old part. This trip is available Wednesdays from April - October

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Location, Map, and Driving Directions

Location: Rheinuferstr. 55-56, 56341 Kamp-Bornhofen am Rhein, Germany

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Contact Information

Phone: +49 (0) 6773-341

Related Links

Loreley Line: Time schedule for the St. Goar and Loreley trip.


Rüdesheim (official homepage)


Loreley Linie: Time Schedule for Castle Tour Boppard - St. Goar - Ruedesheim


Wikipedia: Rhine River


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