Shop    |  Site map    |  Contact   
 
Maritime
Companies
Database
3698 addresses
 
Log in
 
List of the ships mooring at all main Polish portsList of the ships mooring at all main Polish ports
Historical record of ships mooring at the Polish portsHistorical record of ships mooring at the Polish ports
General conditionsGeneral conditions
Port regulations
Deep sea pilotage
Radio communication
Maritime Emergency
 
Main Ports
GDANSK
GDYNIA
SWINOUJSCIE
SZCZECIN
Average ports
DARLOWO
ELBLAG
HEL
KOLOBRZEG
LEBA
POLICE
USTKA
WLADYSLAWOWO
Marines
CHALUPY
CHLAPOWO
CHLOPY
DABKI
DEBKI
DZIWNOW
DZWIRZYNO
FROMBORK
GORKI WSCHODNIE
GORKI ZACHODNIE
JANTAR
JAROSLAWIEC
JASTARNIA
JELITKOWO
KAMIEN POMORSKI
KAMIENICA ELBLASKA
KARSIBOR
KARWIA
KATY RYBACKIE
KRYNICA MORSKA
KUZNICA
LUBIN
MECHELINKI
MIEDZYZDROJE
MRZEZYNO
NIECHORZE
NOWA PASLEKA
NOWE WARPNO
OBLUZE
OKSYWIE
ORLOWO
PIASKI
PUCK
REWA
REWAL
ROWY
SOPOT
STEGNA
STEPNICA
SUCHACZ
SWARZEWO
SWIBNO
SZTUTOWO
TOLKMICKO
TRZEBIEZ
UNIESCIE
USTRONIE MORSKIE
WOLIN
 

  Polish Ports - PIASKI

PIASKI

54°26' N

19°36' 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
PIASKI BOATSWAIN'S OFFICE
Contact of maritime authority
Harbour Boatsman
Jan Kacpura
tel. (058) 2471606
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16
Navigational aids:
Piaski has access to the waters of the Gulf of Gdańsk and the Vistula Lagoon. Piaski Fishing Light is exhibited from a metal framework column on the brick tower of the old lifeboat station near the coast about 6.25 miles NE of Krynica Morska Lighthouse. From the side of Vistula Lagoon Leading light in line bearing 304° lead to the harbour through the buoyed approach channel.
Quayage and berthing facilities
From the side of Gulf of Gdańsk a stretch of open beach is accessible for fishing boats, where they are launched and retrieved with a simple winch. From the side of Vistula Lagoon there is a shallow boat harbour divided into two parts by a pier.
General facilities
Fuel Not available.
Water Available.
Slipping There is slip for fishing boats on E quay of the harbour.
Stevedoring Not available.
Fisheries facilities
Ice Production plant, capacity of 25t per day.
Cold storage capacity Not available.
Chilling storage capacity Chilling rooms for 50t of fish.
Frozen fish transport Not available.
Types and size of fishing fleet
11 fishing boats (length of 5 to 7m) and average engine power of 25 HP from the side of Gulf of Gdańsk
30 boats, mainly laminate, average lenth 8.1m with engine power of 49 HP to 82 HP, from the side of Vistula Lagoon.
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
GULF OF GDAŃSK:
Flounder 90.0
Herring 8.0
Pike-perch 5.4
Turbot 2.5
Salmon-trout 1.9
Cod 1.8
Eel 1.4
Salmon 0.2
Roach 0.2
Bream 0.1
Others 0.1
Total 111.6
VISTULA LAGOON:
Herring 27.2
Eel 21.3
Pike-perch 4.5
Bream 4.3
Perch 3.5
Roach 1.1
Burbot 0.2
Others 0.3
Total 62.4
Nearest airport:
Rębiechowo, approx. 82km
General information:
Piaski is a fishing village and seaside resort situated on Vistula Spit, 2.5 miles from the national border. Piaski is a village formed round an inn dating from 1429. In the 15th century it was a fishing village administered by Gdańsk, and from the 16th century it was an ecclesiastical village. It was often threatened by shifting sands. The last church, modelled on a structure in a park in Sopot, was dismantled during the First World War. A Mennonita cemetery dating from the 18th century has been preserved here. Population is about 200, mostly employed in fishery. Fishing harbour from the side of Vistula Lagoon is divided into two parts by the wooden pier 51m long. The W quay is 84m long, E quay is 84 m long and N quay 66m long. There is a beach harbour, 87m long, from the side of Gulf of Gdańsk. The road connects the beach harbour with the village. During fishing season on the waters of Vistula Lagoon, the boats from the beach harbour have been transported by lorry to the lagoon fishing harbour.

 
© LINK S.J. 1993 - 2019 info@maritime.com.pl