cast off, is it for the Whitsun week at the end of the Kochelsee lake. The motor ship travel has been operating – however, with some Corona-related limitations.
Kochel am see – Since 30. May, the motor boat trip runs on the Kochelsee again. "We have set up a special timetable," says entrepreneur Manfred Kneidl. Thus, there are initially only tours in Kochel will start and end. The other four berths will be not.
a Maximum of 44 passengers on Board
provides The motor ship Duke stand for 100 guests. Now only a maximum of 44 passengers on Board shall not, in order to cover the prescribed distance surfaces. This number can also be lower, if more want to get on people. Start to the one-hour tour is daily at 11: 45 a.m., 13 p.m., 14.15 and 15.30. After each ride, a 15-minute cleaning according to the Kneidl and disinfection break. All passengers must wear a protective mask. An on-Board sale is not foreseen for the time being.
The "Duke status" is driving synthetic fuel
The ship departs from this year, with a synthetic fuel that is produced from natural gas. "This is an extremely clean," says Kneidl. "No smoke and virtually odorless." Kneidl is looking forward to the season opener: "Finally we are back on the water."
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