Welcome to the
Übersee-Club Hamburg

Established with the goal of "fostering Hamburg's status in the world", the club has always been one of the historic city's focal points, a venue that attracts outstanding minds from the worlds of commerce, politics, culture and learning – a "talking gallery" to cite the famous banker Max M. Warburg's words at the association's founding assembly in 1922.

 

Since 1970 the Übersee Club has been located in the Amsinck House on the city's beautiful Neuer Jungfernstieg boulevard.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF THE ÜBERSEE CLUB

Dedication to promoting democracy, tolerance and open-mindedness: this sums up the philosophy of the Übersee Club. We'd like to invite you on a voyage through the history of our club. Learn about the lectures it hosts, the speakers, the Übersee Tag, our restaurant facilities, and our partner institutions around the globe. Welcome to the Übersee Club in the heart of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg!

THE AMSINCK HOUSE

RESTAURANT

RECIPROCAL CLUBS

19 Neuer Jungfernstieg – commissioned by Gottfried Jenisch in 1831 and known today as the Amsinck House, the organisation's base presents a fascinating fusion of history and modernity.

 

Tour

 

 

For over 60 years, the Übersee Club restaurant and catering facilities have been operated by Hamburg's five-star Atlantic Kempinski Hotel. It is equipped with its own in-house kitchens and highly qualified service personnel.

Contact: Melanie Schild, Voice +49 (0)40 - 35 52 90 21

The Übersee Club maintains partnerships with numerous clubs in Germany and around the world. 

 

Partner Clubs

LECTURE PROGRAMME

ÜBERSEE-tag

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

The talks and lectures programme represents the centrepiece of the Übersee Club activities. As a meeting place for influential thinkers, it provides a forum where members can share views and form their own opinions by engaging in dialogue. Several times a year the club invites leading figures from the worlds of commerce, politics, the arts and learning to give talks. The current programme can be found on our German website.

 

Every year on or around May 7 the club celebrates its Übersee Day, sustaining a tradition that dates back

to 1950.
The day commemorates Emperor Barbarossa's 1189 conferment of the City of Hamburg's right to operate

as a port.

The committee consists of the club's president Michael Behrendt (right) and eight vice-presidents. Dr. Thomas Klischan (left) is the Managing Director.