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Norddeich Hafen
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Wikipedia:Der Norddeicher Hafen dient vorwiegend dem Fähr- und Frachtverkehr zu den ostfriesischen Inseln Juist und Norderney. Er ist nach Puttgarden und Rostock der drittgrößte Personenhafen Deutschlands und der größte in Niedersachsen. Jährlich fahren rund 2,25 Millionen Passagiere von hier aus zu den Inseln Norderney und Juist. Daneben werden pro Jahr 175.000 Fahrzeuge zur Insel Norderney transportiert, die im Sommer im Stundentakt angefahren wird. Insgesamt werden zu beiden Inseln zirka 11.000 Linienfahrten pro Jahr angeboten.[28]


Die Fischereiflotte hat ihr Domizil heute im Osthafen, der Westhafen bietet Platz für bis zu 400 Yachten.

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Copyright: Marian Wozny
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Taken: 31/08/2011
Uploaded: 07/09/2011
Updated: 22/03/2015
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Tags: norddeich; hafen see; wasser; schiff; fehre
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