A distance table of ports between Szczecin and other inland Polish and Western European ports, showing possible inland connections (see enclosed map and table).
The length of the Odra in kilometres begins from the mouth of the Opava river in the Czech Republic (0 km) and continues downstream. Kilometre marker boards with even values on the right-hand side of river and odd on the left-hand side, half kilometres not being marked.
The above-mentioned stretch of waterways includes:
542.4 km - the mouth of the Nysa Łużycka; the Odra river becomes the frontier river between Poland and Germany,
553.4 km - Eisenhüttenstadt; the Odra - Spree Canal,
584.1 km - Słubice and Frankfurt /Odra,
617.6 km - Kostrzyn/Odra; the mouth of the Warta, waterway Wisła - Odra,
667.2 km - Hohensaaten; the Odra - Havel Canal,
697.0 km - Ognica, Schwedt Canal, which connects the Odra with the Hohensaaten-Friedrichsthaler Wasser-strasse lateral canal,
704.1 km - the Odra splits into the Western Odra and the Eastern Odra. The Polish national border passes from the Odra river onto the Western Odra. At the 17.1 km marker of the Western Odra the border passes onto land. A valve weir which prevents navigation from the Odra to the Western Odra is located at kilometre marker no. 0.0 on the Western Odra river,
730.5 km - the Klucz-Ustowo ditch, which connects the Eastern Odra with the Western Odra. Downstream of the ditch the eastern arm of the Odra changes into the Regalica river,
739.6 km - the eastern connection with the port of Szczecin through the Parnica river,
741.6 km - the mouth of the Regalica to the Dąbie Lake,
3.0 km on the Western Odra - the mouth of the Hohensaaten-Friedrich-sthaler Wasserstrasse canal,
36.55 km on the Western Odra - the border of inland waters with internal sea water.