The „Titus“

The „Titus“ left the Bodan Wharf in Kressbronn for the first time in 1980 and is 16 metres long and 4 metres wide.

The "Titus" was named after the roman general Titus Flavius Vespasianus, who ruled the Roman Empire from 69-79 AD. According to legend in 41 AD Vespasianus pitched camp near the lake while campaigning in Germania.

Fascinated by the beauty of the lake Vespasianus named it „Titunsee“, which eventually changed into „Titisee“. This tale not only inspired the ship's name but its design as well - it is built as the replica of a Roman galley.

Price list

The boat departs every 30 minutes.

Adults 6,00 €
Children (up to 14 years) 3,00 €
Familiy ticket (Two adults and one or more children) 14,00 €
Cruise from Titisee to Alemannenhof Hotel or from Alemannenhof Hotel to Titisee 3,50 €
Cruise for children 2,00 €

Groups

Cruise from Titisee to Alemannenhof Hotel or from Alemannenhof to Alemannenhof Hotel 3,50 € per person
Cruise for groups of 10 to 14 persons (adults) 5,00 € per person
Cruise for groups of 15 to 19 persons (adults) 4,50 € per person
Cruise for groups of 20 or more persons (adults) 4,00 € per person
Cruise for groups with lunch stop at any DRUBBA Restaurants (adults) 3,50 € per person
Cruise school classes/children 2,50 € per person
Cruise school classes/teacher 4,00 € per person