With more than 50 ships, the Greifswald museum harbor is the largest museum harbor in Germany. Historic schooners, tugboats and launches line the Ryck River on both sides and are reminiscent of the heyday of sailing in the mid-19th century. Information boards in front of the ships provide information about the type of ship, year of construction and history. Some of the ships are still sailing and take guests on board for a sailing trip, others have been converted into restaurant ships. When the weather is nice, the harbor is a popular hot spot and the perfect place for a delicious meal, a leisurely stroll or to watch the sunset.