Amsterdam now has a marina to be proud of. Wide fairways protected from wash on the river Ij, pontoons with water and power, first class luxurious facilities on shore, popular restaurant. Prices in summer 2013 were inexpensive (23 euros for 12 metre yacht, including showers, water and power). Ferry to Central Station 5 minute walk away, twice an hour takes 15 minutes. HEMA shop 5 minutes, but limited. Plus supermarket 10 mins walk from marina or A H supermarket 5 minutes from Central Station.
Easy entrance. Box moorings with posts, obvious signs show suitability for boats of different lengths with suitably wide fairways. Shore power and water included in berthing fee. Luxurious toilet and shower facilities ashore, meticulously maintained. Popular Harbour Bar with fish specialities. Excellent BBQ area beside beach at southern end of marina. Diesel available from convenient pontoon. Helpful marina office but it would be great if they offered bicycles to hire as the main shopping area is 1.8km away in the centre of the town, albeit along a very attractive promenade alongside the beautiful beaches of this popular holidaymakers destination. Coastal path behind the marina is well worth a short expedition.
Easy entrance. Northern part for ferries and fishing boats; southern section for pleasure boats has box moorings with posts. Diesel fuel from fishing quay (awkward with black tyres, but tolerable). No Calor gas. Water and electric power included in mooring fee. Toilet block is clean though Spartan; no charge for showers (access by VingCard in 2013 from helpful harbour and info office or cheerful ladies running excellent kiosk in front of the pontoons. Easy 25 minute access from Kiel HBH by Schnellbus 102 stopping 50m from harbour. Excellent SKY supermarket 5 mins walk. Lots of restaurants as town is popular with holidaymakers. Luxurious Baltic Bay Marina with berthing pontoons is just south of the Fischenhafen.