Allocation of boats
Schedule of all boats.

Allocation of boats

The planned schedule of all our boats can be accessed online four to five days in advance. Please note that on the day of the cruise, late changes cannot be shown. Amendments are expressly reserved.

Regular schedule of steamboats.

Steamboat experience

Whatever the weather, one of our two historic paddle steamers - "Stadt Zürich" (1909) or "Stadt Rapperswil" (1914) - will operate as follows and on 1 August Swiss National Day on an evening round trip and also as a BBQ Cruise.

For steamboat fans there are special highlights. Both our steamboats will be in operation at The Swiss Nautical Day on 6 May and on Whit Sunday on 20 May – and will cross each other twice during the day.

The steamboat routes:
The Stadt Zürich on routes 107/108 on the Upper Lake (Obersee): departing Zürich Bürkliplatz at 11.30h.
The Stadt Rapperswil on routes 105/106 and 115/116 to Rapperswil: departing Zürich Bürkliplatz at 10.30h and 15.30h.

1st crossing at approximately 12.55h between Stäfa and Uerlikon
2nd crossing at approximately 17.09h near the island of Ufenau

April

  Sunday,
public holidays
Route 109/110
Zürich Bürkliplatz dep 12.30
Rapperswil arr 14.25
Rapperswil dep  
Schmerikon arr  
Schmerikon dep  
Rapperswil arr  
Rapperswil dep 14.35
Zürich Bürkliplatz arr 16.25

May

  Sunday,
public holidays
Route 107/108
Zürich Bürkliplatz dep 11.30
Rapperswil arr 13.15
Rapperswil dep 13.35
Schmerikon arr 14.45
Schmerikon dep 15.35
Rapperswil arr 16.47
Rapperswil dep 17.00
Zürich Bürkliplatz arr 18.55

June - September

  Monday,
Thursday
Tuesday,
Wednesday
Tuesday,
Wednesday
Friday,
Saturday,
Sunday,
public holidays
Route 111/112 103/104 113/114 107/108
Zürich Bürkliplatz dep 13.30 09.30 14.30 11.30
Rapperswil arr 15.20 11.20 16.25 13.15
Rapperswil dep       13.35
Schmerikon arr       14.45
Schmerikon dep       15.35
Rapperswil arr       16.47
Rapperswil dep 15.30 11.30 16.35 17.00
Zürich Bürkliplatz arr 17.25 13.25 18.325 18.55
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