Dąbki lies approximately 4.33 miles WSW of Darłowo Lighthouse
(54°26.5'N, 16°22.9'E). The coast consists of low sand dunes,
behind the sand dunes there is a Lake Bukowo with shallow entrance
from the sea and behind the lake are wooded sprus from the hills.
Quayage and berthing facilities
There is beach fishing harbour between the wooden breakwaters. After
fishing operations boats are slipped on the beach.
Beach slip for fishing boats.
Cold storage capacity
Chilling storage capacity
Frozen fish transport
Types and size of fishing fleet
10 fishing boats (length of 8 to 11 m) and average engine power of 18.0 HP.
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
Koszalin, approx. 36 km
Dąbki is a small fishing village and summer resort situated on the
central part of the Polish Baltic seaside and also lies on the
north-east bank of Lake Bukowo (area 1745 ha and depths up to 3 m).
Fine sandy sea beach is separated from the lake be-ach by a belt of
pine forest. Two miles south west of the village there is short shallow
channel connecting the sea with the lake. Local fishermen catch in the
sea mainly cod, flounder and salmonides and in the lake bream,
pike-perch and eel. There is a harbour for visiting yachts.