HIGHSPEED² to Heligoland

Backup is here! Since June 2020 HSC "San Gwann" will support the "Halunder Jet" for this season. The catamaran sails daily from Cuxhaven to Heligoland and allows with about 6 hours the longest stay on the island!

 

New ship with proven FRS Helgoline quality

  • High speed catamaran with up to 35 knots (approx. 65 km/h)
  • Four different seat categories - the right for everyone
  • Computer-controlled stabilisation system (Motion Damping System)
  • Popular FRS Helgoline food and drinks
  • Gastronomic service directly at the table
  • Experienced crew members
  • Exclusive selection of souvenirs
  • Free WIFI
  • Infotainment system, including audio guide

Mehr Besucher für Helgoland - aber mit Bedacht

The FRS Helgoline supports the Helgoland economy in these times with an additional ship. Of course, this is done with careful consideration of the current situation and consideration of each other.

Deliberately staggered departure times were chosen in order to equalize the number of visitors at the ports of Cuxhaven and Heligoland. We also continue to pay attention to the number of visitors to the high seas island, because even the two catamarans "Halunder Jet" and "San Gwann" together do not reach the actual capacity of the "Halunder Jet". This is related to the reduced capacities of both ships, which enable safe travel at a distance.

Every Sunday, "San Gwann" leaves Helgoland at 2:30 p.m. and thus significantly equalizes the return wave from Helgoland. Not only is a prompt departure after check-out possible, it also gives holidaymakers the opportunity to travel home on the same day. Day visitors also have the opportunity to experience Helgoland in 4 hours, almost exclusively, without large crowds of visitors.

 

Longest island stay

Take the "San Gwann" from Cuxhaven and experience the island of Heligoland for around 6 hours Monday and Wednesday to Saturday. No other ship offers this. Take an extensive walk through Germany's smallest nature reserve to the island's landmark: the "Long Anna". You can then stroll along the maritime mile and let the cuisine literally melt in your mouth. Afterwards you still have enough time to look at the neighboring island, the dune, to observe seals and seals up close, to go swimming or simply to enjoy the North Frisian dune landscape.

Known from the FRS family - the "San Gwann"

The high-speed catamaran was built in 2001 and has connected Miami to the Bahamas until last year. The ship has been tried and tested to bring passengers safely on a well-deserved vacation, making it a reliable choice for trips from Cuxhaven to Heligoland. The ship offers comfortable seats on two air-conditioned passenger decks. There are two bar counters, one in each passenger compartment.

"San Gwann" has a capacity of 427 passengers. At the moment, of course, all safety measures have also been implemented here on board to enable safe, joint travel. Among other things, we currently bring 234 passengers safely to their destination thanks to the minimum distances required.

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