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Hoch über dem Wolfgangsee erhebt sich der markante Schafberg mit seiner 300 Meter hohen, steil abfallenden Nordwand. Die SchafbergBahn führt seit knapp 130 Jahren bis auf 1.732 Meter Seehöhe und eröffnet Ausflüglern, Naturliebhabern und Wanderern ein überwältigendes 360-Grad-Panorama.


All about WolfgangseeSchifffahrt ferries

As a passenger on board the WolfgangseeSchifffahrt ferries, you are able to enjoy that pure “Salzkammergut feeling” and experience the world-famous lake from whole new perspectives.

  • Founded in: 1873
  • Piers: 7
  • 1 nostalgic ship: RMS "Kaiser Franz Josef I"
  • Modern ships: 4 ships


With four modern passenger ships and one vintage vessel, WolfgangseeSchifffahrt is the biggest inland fleet in Austria. Seven boat landings make it possible to hop on/hop off, allowing you to combine your lake cruise with hikes, bicycle tours, swimming expeditions or quiet strolls through the villages St. Gilgen, Strobl and St. Wolfgang.

St. Gilgen

Ischlerstraße 21, 5340 St. Gilgen


Winkl 29, 5340 St. Gilgen

Ried Falkenstein

Ried 29, 5360 St. Wolfgang

St. Wolfgang Schafbergbahn

Markt 35, 5360 St. Wolfgang

St. Wolfgang Markt

Markt 151, 5360 St. Wolfgang

Gschwendt Parkplatz

5342 Strobl


Bürglstraße 116, 5350 Strobl

Audioguide Wolfgangseeschifffahrt ferries

Did you know that the WolfgangseeSchifffahrt ferries is the largest inland lake fleet in Austria and that there was even air traffic from St. Wolfgang to Berlin? Find out more about this and other fascinating insights into the history and significance of shipping on the turquoise-blue Wolfgangsee. Listen in now and accompany Emilia and her grandfather on their journey with the WolfgangseeSchifffahrt ferries.