Charter the Lake Constance Dreamboats
The Hohentwiel is an Art Nouveau steamship of fairy-tale beauty. The Oesterreich is the style queen of Art Deco. Both ships provide the perfect location for any kind of event, celebration or presentation.
Celebrate wonderful parties, enjoy unforgettable moments privately, host successful events or simply celebrate life. Whether wedding, big business or private party, you and your guests are always welcome aboard our ships Hohentwiel and Oesterreich.
Together we will discuss your desired date, number of participants, departure times, route, on-board catering, musical entertainment and other details.
The Hohentwiel art nouveau steamship
Anyone setting sail on the Hohentwiel today is moving in a different era and can confidently turn their backs on the rest of the world for hours. With its elegant lines, the Hohentwiel embodies the great functional and aesthetic quality of its time like no other historic ship. Dinghies, made of mahogany using traditional techniques, brightly polished navigation lights, bronze reliefs with the Württemberg coat of arms, the exquisite interior and the impressive, visible steam engine – everything on board conveys the incomparably elegant atmosphere of the Belle Époque.
The Oesterreich – like a phoenix rising from the ashes
Against the backdrop of the often electric-blue sky and turquoise water of Lake Constance, it looks stunning, much like a small Titanic dressed in brilliant white. Decorated with vibrant naval flags that shimmer in all colours in the wind, the ship radiates the irrepressible zest for life of that time. When the ship was put into service in 1928, this marked the start of a new era. Following its extensive renovation, every detail shines so authentically that you inevitably feel transported to another time.
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