OrganisisationOpening13. August 1986 · New: December 1995 · Wintergarden: December 2003 · Office M: 2015Opening hoursDaily from 10.00-22.30 UhrFinancing throughHPA (Hamburg Port Authority)Voluntary Shipping Lines’ Port ContributionsPrivate Donations: DSM HH-Harburg e.V. bei der Evangelischen Bank eGIBAN: DE37520604100006407935BIC: GENODEF1EK1Contributions from SeafarersContributions from the NorthchurchContributions from the ITF SeafarersTrustFederal Ministry of Labour and Social AffairsFederal Office for Family and Civil SocietyVisitorsSeafarers (89%) from ships in port, their friends and familiesDuring 2019 an average 90 guests from 185 nations visited us dailySince opening, over 1.000.000 guests from 185 countries have visited usThe largest visitor shares: Filipinos (47%), Indians, Chinese, Ukranians and RussiansEnvironmental protectionGreen energyRainwater utilisation systemWarmwater production with solarAll vehicles are powered with environmentally friendly natural gasWaste avoidance through deposit bottles and consistent garbage separationCertified by the Quality Association of Environmentally Conscious Companies (QUB) since 2012Environmental partner of the FHH since 2012ServiceSchuttleservice between all terminals and vessels in the harbour to the club and backClubroom with a counter where you can get beer and coffee, small shop selling SIM cards (Please bring your original Passport!) and most necessary items for daily useCheap global telephone calls, Skype, chat possibilitiesFree WIFIMoney exchange, mail service and international money transfer (Please bring your original passport, no Xerox or Seamansbook allowed!)Advice, pastoral care, emotional first aid and trauma supportRoom of silence (prayer room) for all major religionsShip visitings (day trips on request)Consultation hour with the port's doctor (HPHC) – free and privateMultifunctional hall that can be divided, for international holidays, religious celebrations and disco, usable as pool-, tabletennis-, tablefootball- or dartroom. A Nintendo Wii is available, too. The room can be used as a conference venue for visitor groups which are linked to seafaring, the port or the churchInternational libary in the winter garden with the latest international newspapersMediaroom with satellite TV, videos and DVDs in different languages and a karaoke machineGarden, small sports field for basketball and football, BBQ area and frog pondClothing store (donated clothes in good condition)Permanent employeesPort chaplan Jan Oltmanns (head of the house), port chaplan Anke Wibel (head of the house), seaman's pastor Adelar Schünke,port chaplan Olaf Schröder, welfare worker Sören Wichmann, sociologist Martina Schindler; Social care: Gil Fortich-Taeubner, Nonie Olmedo, Katrin Kanisch; World receiver: Nicole Bauer, Lars Kostka, David Zander; Administration Susanne Langer; Facility management Matthias Jacks; Cleaning Personnel: Juliana Kolako und Margaret Stölting, Social Year BFD, sometimes trainees and a lot of volunteers!