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  Polskie Porty - SOPOT

SOPOT

54°27' N

18°34' E

STATYSTYKA RUCHU STATKÓW


Local commune administration authority
SOPOT TOWN COUNCIL
81-704 Sopot, ul. Kościuszki 25/27
tel.: (058) 5511178, fax: 5512687
Chief of local authority
President JACEK KARNOWSKI
Controlling maritime authority
MARITIME OFFICE
IN GDYNIA
ul. Chrzanowskiego 10
81-338 Gdynia
tel. (058) 6202285, fax 6206743
Contact of maritime authority
Gdynia Harbour Master
Wojciech Oziemski
tel.: (058) 6202853, fax: 6200591
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16
Navigational aids:
Sopot Light (54°26.8'N, 18°34.3'E) is exhibited from the prominent white tower of the bathing establishment near the root of Sopot Pier. St Jerzy Church, with a pointed tower about 3 cables SW of Sopot Light, a hotel with a greenroofed cupola close NW of the root of Sopot Pier and another tower near the foreshore, 0.5 mile SE, are all good landmarks.
Quayage and berthing facilities
Sopot Pier extends 516m to seaward, a 150m long spur extends SE from the pier. At Sopot there is a beach harbour for fishing boats, in length of 160m.
General facilities
Fuel Available.
Water Available.
Slipping Available.
Stevedoring Available.
Fisheries facilities
Ice Available.
Cold storage capacity Available.
Chilling storage capacity Available.
Frozen fish transport Available.
Types and size of fishing fleet
7 fishing boats (length of 5 to 7m) and average engine power of 25 HP
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
Flounder 62.9
Herring 13.1
Cod 11.8
Eel poud 0.6
Turbot 0.3
Eel 0.3
Perch 0.1
Others 0.1
Total 89.2
Nearest airport:
Rębiechowo, approx. 20km
General information:
Sopot is the town with a population about 47,800 situated partly on a low coastal plane and partly on the high wooden sea coast in Gulf of Gdańsk about 2 miles southward of Orłowo.
Sopot extends along the coast. The other natural border of the town is provided by the wooded morain hills. Because of the Peninsula of Hel shelters the Gulf of Gdańsk, the waters off Sopot's beaches are warmer than those in other Baltic ports.
The site of Sopot has been inhabited for a very long time. Expeditions of Roman merchants penetrated here, as archaeological excavations prove. The name Sopot occurred for the first time in a document dated 1283. About the mid-16th century there arose in Sopot the summer residences of Gdańsk patricians. Since 1820 Sopot has been a widely frequented seaside resort well known throughout Europe.
In 1909 the Forest Opera was created here, and performances held every year. About 1920 a casino was established here. Sopot is connected by road and rail with Gdynia and Gdańsk and in the summer there is regular passenger ferry service with those and other places in Gulf of Gdańsk.
This seaside resort is wellknown meeting place for the artistic elite from both Poland and abroad and has become even better known in recent years for its annual international song festival. The city centre has many guesthouses and villas from the eighteenth and the nineteenth centuries.
The fishing harbour is on the stretch of open beach, 160m long, from which boats are launched and retrieved with an electric winch. The catch is sold directly to local consumers or tourists from the boats. Facilities located on the beach include storage sheds for nets, outboard engines, fuel, and other supplies. There is storage for chilled fish.

 
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