Königssee Seelände Public car park by the landing stage. Passenger boats set off from here about once every 30 minutes.
St. Bartholomä The ride takes about 35 minutes. Well worth visiting are the former royal hunting lodge and St. Bartholomä church which was first built in 1134. This is an ideal starting point to visit the ‘ice chapel’, a cathedral-like arch of ice that never melts, even in summer. In the summer months the master fisherman (the ‘Fischer vom Königssee’) offers smoked lake trout and whitefish exactly as they are also served on the popular evening fishing trips.
Salet The return trip from Königssee takes about two hours. Boats can stop off at St. Bartholomä and Salet. A short walk here is rewarded with marvellous views of the Obersee and the Röthbach fall. The Fischunkelalm is a further 45 minutes away.
Kessel This request stop is the starting point for a wide range of mountain tours.
Timetable and price information:
During the rush hours, especially on holidays, weekends or vacation additional >
ships are set in.
> In case of fog, storm, high tide or other unforeseen occurrences, delays or
cancellations must be expected.
up to 5 years old travel free. Children aged 6 – 17 years old travel at Children >
(approx.) half the adault fare.
s. family ticket > Low priced
from 20 persons, provided the group travels together at Reductions for groups >
the same time.
> Apply to the general condition of transportation of the Bayerische Seenschifffahrt
> Subject to alteration