The MS Thurgau Chopin arrives in the port on Friday, 8 September at 12.30 pm and will be moored at the Hamburg Cruise Center Steinwerder before leaving the port again on Saturday, 9 September at 8 am.

Unforgettable moments await on board the river cruiser MS Thurgau Chopin, charmingly furnished in the belle-époque style. Built as the Frédéric Chopin in 2002 for the long-established cruise company Peter Deilmann, since 2020 it has been operated by the Swiss river cruise specialist Thurgau Travel under the name MS Thurgau Chopin and now cruises on Europe’s most beautiful rivers. The handsomely furnished cabins are fitted with everything you could possibly need. Culinary treats await in the comfortable panorama restaurant where appetisingly presented regional cuisine and international specialties are served. The sun deck is the ideal spot to watch the enchanting landscapes pass by – on board the MS Thurgau Chopin passengers are taken to places that the giant cruise ships cannot go. For instance, along the Baltic Coast the ship sails through the “Bodden” lagoons to Vitte on the island of Hiddensee. All cabins on the top deck have French balconies. The atmosphere on the MS Thurgau Chopin is warm and informal. Welcome on board!

Terminal: Hamburg Cruise Center Steinwerder


Cruise line: Thurgau Travel
Built: 2002
Tonnage: 1200 t
Length: 83 metres
Width: 9.5 metres
Speed: approx. 10 knots downstream
Cabins: 42
Decks: 3
Passengers: 80
Crew: 23