Cuxhaven

Germany 21.51 (Europe/Berlin)
You don’t have to carry your passport with you while in Germany, but the police are currently carrying out more frequent ID checks. If you’re asked to show your passport and you don’t have it with you, the police may escort you to wherever your passport is being kept so that you can show it to them.
Map showing the location of Cuxhaven

About The Port

The port comprises quay facilities along the river Elbe and in a number of tidal basins. Offshore Base Cuxhaven and Cuxport Multipurpose Terminal are situated directly on the Elbe. The inner portions of the port include Amerikahafen, Neuer and Alter Fischereihafen, Alter Hafen, Ritzbuetteler, Schleusenpriel, Vorhafen and Faehrhafen. Port handles Ro-Ro, containers, breakbulk, project and heavy-lift cargoes. Cuxhaven is also the second largest fishing port and one of the largest locations of seafood processing industry in Germany.

On the south bank of the river Elbe estuary (outer Elbe), 56 n.m. downriver from Hamburg.

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