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  Polskie Porty - DZIWNÓW

DZIWNÓW

54°01' N

14°44' E

STATYSTYKA RUCHU STATKÓW


Local commune administration authority
DZIWNÓW COMMUNE COUNCIL
72-420 Dziwnów, ul. Szosowa 5
tel.: (091) 3275163, fax: 3275164
Chief of local authority
Commune administrator
KRZYSZTOF KOZICKI
Controlling maritime authority
SZCZECIN MARITIME OFFICE
DZIWNÓW HARBOUR
MASTER'S OFFICE
os. Rybackie 3
72-420 Dziwnów
Contact of maritime authority
Harbour Master
tel.: (091) 3813754
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16 and 12
Navigational aids:
The port is protected at the entrance by two breakwaters at the head of each is a light exhibited at an elevation of 10m, from a concrete column, 9 min height. A horn, fog signal is sounded from the east breakwater-head. A new bridge with lift opening 9.8m wide spans the river above the landing planes. The entry fairway leading to fishing quay an a winter basin is 4.5m deep. Further to Kamień Pomorski and Wolin the depth does not exceed 2.5 to 3.0m.
Quayage and berthing facilities
Port Basin, a small square basin with a wooden wharf in the middle, lies at the west bank south of Dziwnów Front Light. On the east bank there is a wooden pier about 40 m long. The main fishing harbour stands alongside the south bank of the River Dziwna about 0.75 mile within the entrance at it is 250m long with depths of 2.5 to 4.4m. Winter Basin lies on the east bank at the bend in the river and fishing boats are permanertly mooring here. There is a wharf 48 m in length and depths of 2.5 to 4.5m in the basin. There are several metal dolphins which provide moorings for the fishing vessels. Total length of quays is 1136m.
General facilities
Fuel Available
Water Available at all quays.
Slipping The slipway at the port services the locall fishing vessels. Machinery repairs to small vessels.
Stevedoring Fresh fish stevedoring at the port is estimated at 8000t annually daylong fish unloading at 200 t.
Fisheries facilities
Ice Ice plant has the capacity to produce 30t per day with a storage capacity of 90 t.
Cold storage capacity There is cold store 80t of capacity. 2 freezing sets have freezing capacity of 15 t of fish per day.
Chilling storage capacity Chambers of fish chilling storage (at about 0°C) have 30t of capacity.
Frozen fish transport Available locally.
Types and size of fishing fleet
34 cutters:
20 cutters (length of 17 to 19m, average engine power of 183 HP)
8 cutters (24m, 341 HP)
4 cutters (20-21m, 334 HP)
1 cutter (over 25m, 700 HP)
1 cutter (16m, 176 HP)
26 fishing boats (length of 9.5 to 12m and average engine power of 68 HP)
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
CUTTERS:
Cod 1600.0
Flounder 1100.5
Herring 900.0
Sprat 130.5
Pike-perch 20.4
Perch 10.3
Roach 5.5
Salmon-trout 1.0
Total 3673.5
BOATS:
Herring 365.5
Cod 165.3
Pike-perch 65.2
Flounder 25.6
Roach 20.4
Eel 15.3
Perch 10.5
Salmon-trout 1.0
Total 676.0
Nearest airport:
Goleniów, 65km
General information:
Dziwnów is a fishing port and summer resort situated between the Baltic coast and the Dziwna River on a sandy peninsula formed by the sea. The population is about 4,100.
The first written records about Dziwnów (know this time as Dievenow) comes from the 13th century.
Until the 13th century it belonged to the duke of West Pomerania and was then occupied by Brandenburg.
Dziwnów is at present an important fishing harbour with facilities located on the northern bank at the mouth of Dziwna River. There is a road lift bridge, which opens for passing vessels. The harbour is conveniently situated to all water and road connections. Cutters and boats permanently mooring in the harbour operate on the Baltic fishing grounds.
Near Dziwnów, there are abundant herring fishing grounds, of 6 to 12 Nm away from the port, exploited mainly during winter.
During the period of 15 March to 15 June annually, fishing vessels with drift nets are engaged in fishing mainly for herring within 15 miles of the coast, from about longitude 15°E to 18°E. In summer cutters operate on the fishing grounds near Kołobrzeg, of 30 to 40 miles away from Dziwnów and cod is the main species to be found there. Some smaller boats are fishing for fresh water species on the Zalew Kamieński, an extensive inland water which lies on the southern side of Dziwnów. The fishing co-operative BELONA was created in 1946 on the premises of existing fishing boat repair workshops. The first few years the co-operative exploited only fishing boats. In the course of years boats were replaced by cutters and gradually fish processing lines were set up. At present the profile and structure of the co-operative has been changed. All cutters and fishing boats are in private hands and processing facilities are under ownership changes. Dziwnów has also very good climate condi-tions as a seaside resort and is therefore mainly designed for children. It has a fine beach, a park and salt springs. In summer it is used for sport and recreation. The inhabitants are mainly employed in the fisheries, but also in the services during summer season. During summer Dziwnów serviced tourist traffic. In 1998 about 930 passengers took trips onboard ships of the ,,white fleet". In Dziwnów is the Coastal Rescue Station with rescue vessel and helicopter located at Szczecin - Dąbie airfield.

 
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