We are pleased to invite you to our annual floating Stammtisch aboard the chartered St. Georg, the oldest operating steamship (built in 1876) in Germany, on Friday, June 2 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, departing from the Jungfernstieg boat docks. The boat will leave punctually, so please arrive early.
Enjoy Hamburg from one of its most beautiful perspectives, the Alster Lake, its noble mansions, scenic canals; and if we have fair weather, out into the Elbe and around the harbor. Catered finger food, wine and beverages will be served. Capacity of the boat is 65 persons.
Please note that a registration is required and the fee is EUR 40 for Members and EUR 50 for non-members, to be paid by bank transfers before the event.
Find out more about the historic ship here.
It is a long-standing tradition: The American Club Thanksgiving Dinner at Park Hyatt. A true family feast with all you would expect from an unparalleled T-day experience.
We look forward to greeting you, your friends and family at the Park Hyatt Hamburg’s award-winning Apples Restaurant, reserved exclusively for The American Club. Attendees will enjoy an exquisite, savory experience, treated to all the fine traditional holiday servings, such as mouth-watering turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, apple pie, fine wines and other specialties from the chef.
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The German trade surplus is often criticized by international trade partners, also by the United States of America. Is the imbalance only a problem for German trade partners? Or does it harm the German economy as well? What are the reasons for export surplus? We are going to discuss this with Professor Wade Jacoby, Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University. He will give a speech on the controversial topic of trade surplus or “Surplus Germany” from an American perspective.
Please register by sending an email to: HamburgPA@state.gov
The event will be moderated by Eveline Metzen, General Manager of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany.
Biographic information on Professor Wade Jacoby can be found here.
This event is organized by the Consulate General of the United States of America in Hamburg, the Handelskammer Hamburg, the American Chamber of Commerce and the American Club of Hamburg.
We are pleased to invite you to our annual floating Stammtisch aboard the chartered St. Georg, the oldest operating steamship (built in 1876) in Germany! The boat will leave punctually, so please arrive early.
You can find out more about the beautiful ship here.
Enjoy Hamburg from one of its most beautiful perspectives, the Alster Lake, its noble mansions, scenic canals. Sit back and relax, engage in interesting conversation, while dining on catered finger food, wine and other beverages. Fun for the whole family!
Please make sure to register via the provided link – we do not accept cash payments at the event any longer.