|surface||3.3 km ²|
|maximum depth:||11.9 m|
|height over NN:||55 meters|
|of places on the bank:||Zwenzow, small Quassow|
The large Labussee (from Slawi labut = swan) is appropriate for about 10 km in the Mecklenburgian sea-plate in the Müritz national park southwest from Neustrelitz between the villages Zwenzow and small Quassow.
The lake has an approximately triangular shape and connections to the Useriner lake in the north, as well as to the Havel and to the Woblitzsee in the east. The surface of the large Labussees is with approximately 3.3 km ², its quantity of water enclosure almost 15 million m ³. It has width of approx., 2.5 km and a length of approximately 2 km. At the deepest place it measures 11.9 m, on the average 4.3 M. In the lake, which is approved for fishing, 24 fish types could be proven. Also a passenger ship drives on the lake.
- BTU Cottbus, chair water protection: Part 2: Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. In: Final report F&E project FKZ 299 24 274 on behalf the Federal Office for Environment Protection: Documentation of condition and development of the most important seas of Germany (12 parts).