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  Polish Ports - KRYNICA MORSKA

KRYNICA MORSKA

54°23' N

19°27' E

STATISTICS ON VESSELS TRAFFIC


Local commune administration authority
KRYNICA MORSKA TOWN AND COMMUNE COUNCIL
82-120 Krynica Morska, ul. Gdańska 69b
tel.: (055) 2476630, fax: 2476566
Chief of local authority
Mayor EDWARD BEDNARZ
Controlling maritime authority
KRYNICA MORSKA
BOATSWAIN'S OFFICE
ul. Górników 85
82-120 Krynica Morska
Contact of maritime authority
Harbour Boatsman
Adam Ostrowski
tel. (055) 2476076
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16
Navigational aids:
The access to Krynica Morska is from both side, from Gulf of Gdańsk and from Vistula Lagoon. Krynica Morska Light-house (54°23.3'N, 19°27.0'E) a red round tower with a white lantern, 27m in height. It stands on a sand dune near the coast. From the side of Vistula Lagoon. The SE approach, leads NNE from TOL Light buoy (red and white stripes with cross topmark), then the channel marked by buoys (red spar). The S approach, leads NNE from Elbląg Light, marked by buoys and leading lights.
Quayage and berthing facilities
From the side of Gulf of Gdańsk, a dolphin stands close offshore about 1 mile W of Krynica Morska Light-house and is used in connection with beaching fishing boats. From the side of Vistula Lagoon there are two harbour basins 1.5 cables apart, the E basin, approached from the SE, is used by ferries, general traffic and yachts and the W basin, approached from the S, is used by fishing boats.
General facilities
Fuel Available.
Water Available.
Slipping At the entrance to the fishing basin there is slip for fishing boats.
Stevedoring Available.
Fisheries facilities
Ice Production plant, capacity 10t per day.
Cold storage capacity Not available.
Chilling storage capacity Chilling room for 40t of fish.
Frozen fish transport Available.
Types and size of fishing fleet
6 fishing boats (length of 5 to 7m) and average engine power of 25 HP from the side of Gulf of Gdańsk and 12 boats, mainly wooden, average length of 6.7m and engine power of 29 to 52 HP from the side of Vistula Lagoon.
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
GULF OF GDAŃSK:
Flounder 14.5
Herring 4.2
Pike-perch 3.2
Salmon-trout 0.3
Bream 0.2
Others 0.1
Total 22.5
VISTULA LAGOON:
Pike-perch 6.7
Bream 3.3
Roach 2.3
Eel 1.5
Perch 1.4
Others 0.2
Total 15.4
Nearest airport:
Rębiechowo, approx. 70km
General information:
Krynica Morska is a fishing port and seaside resort situated on Vistula Spit which is a narrow sandy peninsula between the waters of the Gulf of Gdańsk and Vistula Lagoon. Population is about 1240. The first written information about a fishing village located here comes from 1424. Krynica Morska, from 1991 a town, earlier a village formed 1865 from the communes of Liep (13th century fishing village on the Vistula Lagoon) and Kahlberg. There are inn from the 15th century and a postal station established in the 16th century. From 1815 it was a holiday resort built by a steam ship consortium from Elbląg which promoted the construction of villas and manor houses modelled on Greek architecture, which unfortunately did not survive. In the second half of the 19th century the most popular type of architecture was a cross between a Swiss moutain chalet and a fisherman's cottage, today still to be seen along some streets. After 1920 Krynica Morska lost its exclusive atmosphere. It was then that fishermen's cottages with rooms to rent beame popular.
Major sights include: modern pension and villas, fishermen's and summer cottages from 1850-1920, a lighthouse dating from 1951 (26,5m), and the Second World War cemetery.
From the side of Gulf of Gdańsk there are wooden piers and beach harbour, 83m long, from which Baltic fishing boats are launched and retrieved with a winch. From the side of Vistula Lagoon there is a port with two basins. The passenger - yacht basin complex consists of 110m long and 18m wide passenger pier, and a yacht wharf. Krynica Morska serviced tourist traffic. In 1996 - 87,853 passengers took trips onboard ships of the "white fleet" (1,068 ship visits) to/from Krynica Morska.
Fishing basin has W quay 110m long, E quay 100m long and N quay 22m long with depth of 2.0 to 2.5 m. Fishing basin has been completely rebuilt in 1992 and became a harbour with the best technical condition on Vistula Lagoon.
Sometimes, the boats from the beach harbour are transported by lorry to the port on side of Vistula Lagoon for fishing during the season.

 
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