ATTENTION Parking Attersee:
Free parking (limited number) is available for shipping customers at the Attersee train station (Nussdorferstraße 8), only a five-minute walk from the pier. Public parking spaces are available directly at the landing stage (short-term parking zone subject to charges; up to 4 hours possible).
For the big round trip, we recommend parking at the Attersee train station.
Attersee-Schifffahrt connects people, places, the top excursion destinations and the most beautiful walks around Lake Attersee. With a total of 3 ships in the artist fleet, Attersee Schifffahrt offers round trips, partial routes and selected theme and adventure trips.
Enjoy the breathtaking landscape from on board, immerse yourself in the world of Gustav Mahler on the themed trips or discover the beautiful villas around Lake Attersee. A varied children's programme makes the Attersee boat trip the perfect excursion experience for the whole family.
Enjoyment is offered in two ways on board the Attersee fleet:
The crystal-clear water, the fascinating play of colours, the enchanting landscape and the wildly romantic mountains are a real feast for the eyes. But the Attersee cruise also offers plenty to eat and drink. Whether breakfast buffet, rustic bread rolls, fine baguettes, cakes, pies, cold buffets or hot dishes: In the most beautiful guest garden on Lake Attersee, no wishes remain unfulfilled. We look forward to pampering you on board soon!
Attersee Schifffahrt - the fleet
MS Stadt Vöcklabruck "KLIMT Ship"
The flagship of the Attersee fleet, the MS Stadt Vöcklabruck, presents itself entirely in the style of Gustav Klimt. The 36-metre-long ship impresses with its timeless, elegant design.
48 seats in the saloon above and 85 seats in the saloon below. 125 seats on the sun deck.
MS Weyregg "Christian Ludwig Attersee"
The MS Weyregg is ideal for smaller parties and events: 62 seats in the salon below and 100 seats on the sun deck. The ship is decorated with designs by contemporary artist Christian Ludwig Attersee "Fish Parade" and "Fish Rose".
MS Unterach "Gustav Mahler Ship"
The MS Unterach offers the ideal setting for smaller parties and groups of people.
50 seats in the salon below and 75 seats on the sun deck
Charter your own ship
Would you like to set your own course for once? Then simply charter your own ship. Our art ships offer a special setting for special celebrations. The flagship - the "Gustav Klimt Ship" - captivates with its timeless, elegant design. The flexible interior design, which is arranged according to individual space requirements, offers all conditions. From wedding receptions, or a casual standing table event, to lecture and concert set-ups or variations with a larger dance floor or stage. For smaller parties and events, the "Christian-Ludwig-Attersee-Schiff" and the "Gustav-Mahler-Schiff" offer an exceptional setting.
Circular routes of the Attersee-Schifffahrt
Round trip north
The North Circuit leads from Attersee across the lake to Weyregg. Along the eastern shore, it goes via the Kammer landing stage, past Kammer Castle, all the way north to Seewalchen. Enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the Attersee, the Höllengebirge and the Schafberg during the trip. The north circuit takes approx. 01:10 hours.
The ride from Attersee via Nussdorf and Parschallen to Unterach offers a breathtaking view of the rock faces of the Schafberg and the Drachenwand. Along the many villas from the turn of the century, the route continues via Weißenbach to Steinbach, where many impressive summer villas and the wildly romantic rock faces of the Höllengebirge can be marvelled at. The route then continues along the Seeleiten via Alexenau and Weyregg back to Attersee. The circular route south takes approx. 02:20 hours.
The history of Attersee navigation
1869: Beginning of navigation on Lake Attersee
1883: Salzkammergut local railway (Salzburg-Bad Ischl) & Schafberg rack railway
1907: Connection Attersee - Mondsee by electric local railway
1913: Start of electric shipping: opening of the Vöcklamarkt - Attersee local railway
1928: First bus route around Lake Attersee to support the shipping industry
1960s: Change: from liner shipping to tourism company
1992: Theme cruises as a visitor magnet after the fall of the Iron Curtain
2007: Increased focus on marketing. With the implementation of the "Gustav Klimt Ship", the artist fleet was launched.
2011: Stormy helicopter unveiling of the "Christian-Ludwig-Attersee-Schiff".
2011: Altaussee Schifffahrts GmbH founded with Austria's 1st solar-powered ship.
2016: The "Gustav Mahler Ship" completes the artist fleet
April 1 to October 28: according to the schedule of Attersee shipping company
From Salzburg via A1 highway - Exit 242 St. Georgen im Attergau – turn left in direction to Lake Attersee
From Wien/Linz via A1 highway - Exit 242 St. Georgen im Attergau – turn left in direction to Lake Attersee
Coming from West - Bad Ischl - go throw Weißenbachtal (B 153) to Unterach (B 152) and follow throw Nußdorf to Attersee (B 151)
From Salzburg as well as from Linz/Wien coming to Vöcklamarkt, follow by "Attergaubahn" local train to Village Attersee
Arrive in Salzburg or Vienna and take a car or take the train to come to Lake Attersee.
Parking fee on both Parking areas in village Attersee am Attersee from Mai till September (Parking Area "Landunsplatz" and Parking area "Municipale Center")
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