In the 17th century the captains of Schaprode sailed out into the wide open world. Today the historic captains‘ houses accommodate guests. The most western village of the Isle of Rügen is also the starting point for trips to the car-free isle of Hiddensee and in summer there is plenty going on here. In the generously planned marina on the Schaprode river water sportsmen find their peace and recreation all year round and – to top it – perfect services are offered. From the catering point of view you are also cared for at the very best and a sandy beach invites you for a swim. To the north, at the narrowest spot between Hiddensee and Rügen, the “Schwedenschanze”/Swedish fortifications are located on a headland. They were built during the Nordic Wars at the beginning of the 18th century and were designed to protect the entrance to Stralsund.
Approach to Schaprode
Green-red-green light buoy 27/N2. Follow the waterway to Hiddensee right up to the twin buoys (i.e. light buoy Sch1 & buoy Sch4) with rw course 87° and further on via starboard. Keep with rw 161° in the buoyed waterway, as there are rocks on either side of the waterway. The passenger ships to Hiddensee also dock at Schaprode.
service and supplies
40 guest berths
Sewage disposal in the port possible
150 m to the nearest bus stop
6 km to the nearest cash point/ATM
phone +49 173 9701650
Excursion tips Schaprode
trip to Hiddensee
St. John’s Church