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Reede means anchorage. When the offshore parks’ service staff go ashore in the harbour of Borkum, it is only a few metres to their personal anchorage: their own apartment.
Until the 1990s, navy soldiers were stationed on the Borkumer Reede. Today, this part of town is the arrival point for ferries from Emden and Eemshaven, a station for the island’s railway, the location of Europe’s largest youth hostel – and now also an energetically trendsetting
- Common areas, loggias, seaside terraces, kitchens, open spaces, barbecue area, fitness rooms
- Gastronomic offers with outdoor terrace and harbour views
- Bicycle rental / carsharing / e-mobility
Being part of the World Heritage Site Wattenmeer, Borkum has set itself the goal of becoming emission-neutral by 2030. The Qffshore Quartier supports these plans with its forward-looking energy concept. By smartly combining the individual concepts for electricity, heat and transport, our aim is to achieve carbon neutral operation of the entire quarter. The buildings are constructed according to the KfW40+ building standard and heat is generated by water-to-water heat pumps. Moreover, the buildings are equipped with photovoltaic systems. Further ideas for enhanced sustainability are currently in the planning stage.