Amrum is an island in northern Germany, part of Schleswig-Holstein. It is one of the North Frisian Islands on the German North Sea coast, south of Sylt and west of Föhr and is a refuge for many endangered species of plants and animals and a popular seaside resort. It has two nature reserves, one of the longest beaches in northern Europe, ancient villages, sand dunes and forests.
The northernmost settlement is the seaside resort of Norddorf with a decoy pond and a sector light. Amrum's largest village, Nebel, is located near the eastern coastline. Notable sights there include the church of St. Clement, the Öömrang Hus - a museum of local history, a wind mill and the Cemetery of the Homeless. Suddorf is the island's oldest hamlet and location of The Amrum Lighthouse. Steenodde was Amrum's only port until Wittdun, founded 1890, took over as the island's major ferry terminal.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.