Sassnitz


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Sassnitz,

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, island (1994 est. pop. 85,000), 358 sq mi (927 sq km), Mecklenburg–West Pomerania, NE Germany, in the Baltic Sea, separated from the mainland by the Strelasund.
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Sassnitz

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, on Rügen Island. Rostock is the nearest major city. Population, 13,500 (1970). Sassnitz has train ferry communication with Trelleborg in Sweden. It is a fishing port on the Baltic Sea and an important center for the fishing industry. Chalk is extracted and processed near Sassnitz.

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Major organization : STADT SASSNITZ, VERTRETEN DURCH DIE BIG STDTEBAU GMBH
Ports of Call: Copenhagen, Warnemunde (Germany)/ Sassnitz (Rugen, Germany), Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn (Estonia) and Stockholm/Nynashamm* (Sweden) * Nynashamm replaces Stockholm on September & October sailings and Sassnitz replaces Warnemunde August 21 2014 sailing
Ports of Call: Copenhagen, Warnemunde (Germany)/ Sassnitz (Rugen, Germany), Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn (Estonia) and Stockholm/ Nynashamm* (Sweden) * Nynashamm replaces Stockholm on September & October sailings and Sassnitz replaces Warnemunde August 21 2014 sailing www.
BALTIC P&O CRUISES (0843 373 0111) offers a 16-night cruise on Adonia (D311) from PS999 (Getaway Fare) ex-Southampton August 9 to Copenhagen, Saaremaa Island, Tallin, St Petersburg (overnight in port), Stockholm, Visby, Kalmar, Sassnitz and Kiel canal.
Price includes: | 12 nights' full board accommodation on board Marco Polo based on two people sharing a twin cabin | First-class on-board entertainment | Ports of Call: Copenhagen, Warnemunde (Germany)/ Sassnitz (Rugen, Germany), Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn (Estonia) and Stockholm/Nynashamm (Sweden) | Excellent service from an attentive crew | Traditional British and International full board cuisine | Afternoon tea and late night snacks | Informative guest speakers | A wide range of on-board leisure facilities www.
We made four more stops on the way home - Tallinn, Gdynia, Karlskrona and Sassnitz, taking us to Estonia, Poland, Sweden and Germany respectively - before heading onto the 61-mile-long Kiel Canal and back home.
96 Skane '98 S-Trelleborg RP Huckleberry Finn '88/'93/'02 Tom Sawyer '89/'93/'01 S-Trelleborg CF Sassnitz '89 Trelleborg '82 RP F F Galileusz '93/'06 S-Trelleborg Wolin '86/'02 Gryf '91 S-Ystad CF Wawel '80/'89/'04 CF+R CF F+R Polonia '95 S-Ystad Skania '95 Jan Sniadecki '88 Kopernik '77/'94/'08 S-Karlshamn RP Lisco Optima '99 Lisco Patria '92 S-Karlshamn F Tor Baltica '77/'86 S-Karlskrona CF RP Stena Baltica 86/'94/'05 Stena Finnarrow '96/'98 S-Nynashamn RP CF Baltivia 81/'89/'07 Scandinavia '80/'99 Totals/averages 28 ships 1990/19.
Maiden port calls include Alanya, Turkey; Alcudia (Mallorca), Spain; Galway and Killybegs, Ireland; Hydra and Igoumenitsa, Greece; and Sassnitz, Germany.
As of the beginning of 2010, the number of DFDS departures between Klaipeda and Sassnitz, on the northern German island of Ruegen, was increased from one to two weekly.
Next is St Petersburg, then the elegant medieval city of Gydnia in Poland, Sassnitz on the German island of Ruegen, Copenhagen and finally Oslo.
The ship, which has recently undergone a major refurbishment, sets sails from Dover on August 28 and makes seven ports of call: Mariehamn, on the remote Finnish island of Ahland' Helsinki' St Petersburg' Gydnia in Poland' Sassnitz on the German island of Ruegen' Copenhagen' and finally Oslo, before returning to Dover on September 10.
DAY 11 Docking in Sassnitz, on Germany's largest island Rugen, we decide it's time for an adventure and head off on a 50-minute train ride to the mainland to Stralsund, a UNESCO heritage site which turns out to be a bit like Tallinn before they smartened it all up.