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  Polish Ports - CHALUPY

CHALUPY

54°46' N

18°30' E

STATISTICS ON VESSELS TRAFFIC


Local commune administration authority
WŁADYSŁAWOWO TOWN AND COMMUNE COUNCIL
84-120 Władysławowo, ul. Hallera 19
tel.: (058) 6741266, fax: 6740763
Chief of local authority
Mayor ADAM DRZEŻDŻON
Controlling maritime authority
MARITIME OFFICE
IN GDYNIA
Chrzanowskiego 10
81-338 Gdynia
tel.: (058) 6206911, fax: 6206743
Contact of maritime authority
Władysławowo Harbour Master
Kaziemierz Undro
tel.: (058) 6740486, fax: 6740486
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16
Navigational aids:
Chałupy is a fishing village situated on Hel Peninsula, 3.75 miles SE of Władysławowo. A beacon stands about 6 cables NW of it.
Quayage and berthing facilities
There are two fishing harbours situated on the open beach. The first harbour from the side of the open sea is 100 m long. The second is from the side of Puck Bay and is 150 m long.
General facilities
Fuel Available in Władysławowo.
Water Available locally.
Slipping Beach slip for fishing boats.
Stevedoring Available in Władysławowo.
Fisheries facilities
Ice Available in Władysławowo.
Cold storage capacity Available in Władysławowo.
Chilling storage capacity Available in Władysławowo.
Frozen fish transport Available in Władysławowo.
Types and size of fishing fleet
3 fishing boats (length of 5 to 7m) and average engine power of 25 HP
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
Flounder 25.5
Perch 0.3
Eel 0.2
Cod 0.1
Garfish 0.1
Others 0.1
Total 26.3
Nearest airport:
Rębiechowo, approx. 68km
General information:
Chałupy, is the first fishing village and seaside resort situated near the root of Hel Peninsula, close the narrowest part of the peninsula, about 250m wide. In the 17th century the waters of the gulf were connected with the sea by an isthmus. The population of Chałupy is about 1,600. Great number of the inhabitants work in the tourist business. Hel Peninsula, the narrow peninsula on the W side of the Gulf of Puck, extends SE for about 18 miles, from a position about 4 miles SE of Rozewie. It is formed by a sand bar, deposited by the sea and modelled by the wind which has piled the sand into high dunes. The peninsula is dotted with fishing harbours and holiday resorts.
On the seaward side of the peninsula, a line of wooded dunes, from 3 to 29 m high, extend along its whole length. From Chałupy there is an access, both to the Baltic Sea and to the Puck Bay. It is a favourite place to practise surf bathing.
The first written record about Chałupy fishing settlement is dated 1678.
In 1772 there were 11 fishermen's cottages and five families had the Kasubian surname Ceynowa.
The fishing community in 1920 numbered 38 families, which used 10 larger and 35 smaller fishing boats.

 
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