Site visits

Seagriculture EU
29 - 30 June 2022
Bremerhaven, Germany

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Site visits:

“Big Ships” Harbour Tour

Harbour tour on the Weser to watch out for the “big ships”

Enjoy a two-hour cruise onboard the two decks of the passenger ship MV "Geestemünde", to the place where the salt water of the North Sea mingles with the freshwater of the Weser River. Departure takes place from the New Harbor-West side, this way the passengers can experience a lock passage. Then the cruise passes by the new Kaiserschleuse and travels along the longest river quay of Europe at the container terminal all the way to the Wadden sea at Land Wursten. Depending on the weather and tide level stop to the seal banks can be made. On the return journey, guests can also have a view of the Weser Islands Langlütjen 1 and 2 from the ruling.

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Aquaculture innovation Trip

Centre for Aquaculture  Research (ZAF) is based on innovative feeding and farming technology projects for various aquaculture candidates  - from shrimp to finfish, and offers modern and diverse aquaculture research facilities.

The main subjective is the innovative RAS Technology – which means recirculated aquaculture systems with reusage of production water after passing filter units for cleaning.

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German Emigration Museum

The history of the German Emigration Center began 175 years before it opened: After 1830, Bremerhaven developed into one of the busiest ports of emigration in continental Europe. Over 7.2 million people departed the port on a ship to start a new life on the other side of the world. To this day, Bremerhaven is home to citizens from over 160 nations. The award-winning interactive museum tells their stories.

The bold and innovative museum concept views people and their experiences not as a part of, but as the heart of history. 

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AWI tour

As the Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, the Alfred Wegener Institute is primarily active in the cold and temperate regions of the world. Working together with numerous national and international partners, we are actively involved in unraveling the complex processes at work in the “Earth System”. Our planet is undergoing fundamental climate change; the polar regions and the oceans, which play central roles in the global climate system, are in flux. How will planet Earth evolve? Do the phenomena we’re observing represent short-term fluctuations or long-term trends? Polar and marine research has always been a fascinating scientific challenge; today it is also research into the future.

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