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  Polish Ports - CHLOPY

CHLOPY

54°15' N

15°59' E

STATISTICS ON VESSELS TRAFFIC


Local commune administration authority
MIELNO COMMUNE COUNCIL
76-032 Mielno, ul. Bolesława Chrobrego 10
tel.: (094) 3189480, fax: 533158
Chief of local authority
Commune administrator
Zbigniew Choiński
Controlling maritime authority
MARITIME OFFICE
IN SŁUPSK
ul. Sienkiewicza 18
76-200 Słupsk
tel.: (059) 428406, fax: 423834
Contact of maritime authority
Darłowo Harbour Master
Kazimierz Toczek
tel.: (094) 3142683, fax: 3142683
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16
Navigational aids:
Chłopy lies on a halfway between G±ski Lighthouse and Gołogóra. G±ski Lighthouse (54°14.7'N, 15°52.4'E) a red round tower, 15m in height, with a brown dwelling attached, stands amidst trees near the coast. Gołogóra (54°12.5'N, 16°13.5'E) a wooden hill about 5.5 miles inland, attains an elevation of 150m on the SW summit. There is a look-out tower standing 10m high and a monument.
Quayage and berthing facilities
The fishing harbour is located in close contact with the beach. There are neither quayage nor berthing facilities. The fishing boats are slipping-out directly on the beach.
General facilities
Fuel Not available locally, delivered from Kołobrzeg.
Water Available.
Slipping Slip for fishing boats.
Stevedoring Not available.
Fisheries facilities
Ice Not available.
Cold storage capacity Nearest cold store in Kołobrzeg.
Chilling storage capacity Not available.
Frozen fish transport Not available
Types and size of fishing fleet
11 fishing boats (length of 8 to 11m) and average engine power of 48.9 HP
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
Cod 91.1
Flounder 56.9
Herring 23.4
Salmon-trout 3.0
Others 0.1
Total 174.5
Nearest airport:
Koszalin, approx. 20km
General information:
Chłopy is a fishing village and holiday resort located on the Central Pomerania coast. Chłopy is the best maintained fishing village on the Polish Baltic coast for its original village-planning structure. The first information about this village comes from the 13th century. There is the wide sandy beach with steep cliffs, mostly wooded on the top, which fall to the sea from the western side. Nearby is G±ski Lighthouse built in 1876. Chłopy is a good place for summer holiday-maker. There is cam-ping and tent grounds.
On the west side of Chłopy are located two others fishing villages, with beach harbours: Sarbinowo and G±ski. The first one a base for 4 fishing boats, 8m long with engine power of 21.2 HP, and the second one is a base for 2 fishing boats, the same size and power.

 
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