The Andernach Geyser is located in a protected nature reserve on the “Namedyer Werth” peninsula, nestled amidst the impressive scenery of the Rhine valley.
Your journey along a CO2 molecule deep down into earth and back to the surface is now continued on board the riverboat taking you to the Andernach Geyser.
A river cruise on the Rhine is a delightful experience. Take in the impressive vistas of the Rhine valley and enjoy a relaxed cruise on the most legendary of all German rivers. The cruise offers interesting new sights of the beautiful silhouette of Andernach town, the idyllic vineyards and the “Namedyer Werth” nature reserve.
Impressions from the river cruise
Schedule for crossings on MS Namedy to the nature reserve “Namedyer Werth”
|Departures||11:15 am||1:05 pm||3:00 pm||5:00 pm|
|Arrival||12:45 pm||2:35 pm||4:30 pm||6:30 pm|
- The crossing takes approx. 15 minutes.
- It is a short walk of approx. 250 metres from the jetty to the Geyser. The path is paved and level.
Your boat to the Geyser: The “MS Namedy”
The journey to the Geyser starts at jetty number 4, around 75 metres from the Geyser Visitor Centre. The ship bears the prominent Geyser logotype and can be seen from afar.
“MS Namedy” is a 150 ft long riverboat with a beam of 36 ft and capacity for up to 350 persons. The ship is powered by twin 400 hp engines. Amenities on board include drinks and snacks. The toilets are wheelchair-accessible.