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  Polskie Porty - ŚWIBNO

ŚWIBNO

54°20' N

18°56' E

STATYSTYKA RUCHU STATKÓW


Local commune administration authority
GDAŃSK TOWN COUNCIL
80-832 Gdańsk, ul. Nowe Ogrody 8/12
tel.: (058) 3022061, fax: 3023041
Chief of local authority
President PAWEŁ ADAMOWICZ
Controlling maritime authority
GDAŃSK HARBOUR
MASTER'S OFFICE
ul. Oliwska 13
80-561 Gdańsk
Contact of maritime authority
Gdańsk Harbour Master
Wiesław Piotrzkowski
tel.: (058) 3430510, fax: 3430144
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16
Navigational aids:
Komary Beacon stands at an elevation of 33m, on a sand dune near the coast, 2 miles WSW of the mouth of Vistula Adit (54°21'N, 18°57'E) the E entrance to the principal branch of Vistula River. Vistula Adit is a cutting through the dunes, about 3 miles in length and 450m wide near its seaward end. Due to its outflow, there is considerable silting in the mouth of the river. Świbno lies on the W bank about 1 mile S of the mouth of Vistula Adit.
Quayage and berthing facilities
The fishing basin has a depth of 2.0 to 2.3m. There are three wooden piers for berthing of fishing boats.
General facilities
Fuel Available.
Water Available.
Slipping There is slipway for fishing boats.
Stevedoring Available for chilling fish.
Fisheries facilities
Ice Ice production plant, 25t production capacity per day.
Cold storage capacity Available in Gdynia or Gdańsk.
Chilling storage capacity Chilling rooms 25t capacity.
Frozen fish transport Available.
Types and size of fishing fleet
29 fishing boats (length of 8 to 12m)
and average engine power 50 HP
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
GULF OF GDAŃSK:
Salmon-trout 20.2
Flounder 5.3
Herring 1.5
Bream 0.5
Cod 0.1
Salmon 0.1
Pike-perch 0.2
Others 0.6
Total 28.5
VISTULA LAGOON:
Herring 29.0
Perch 2.3
Bream 2.1
Eel 1.2
Roach 0.6
Sabrefish 0.5
Pike-perch 0.3
Lamprey 0.1
Others 0.1
Total 36.2
Nearest airport:
Rębiechowo, approx. 30 km
General information:
Świbno is a fishing village situated on the western bank, about 1 mile south of the mouth of Vistula Adit. The adit finished in 1895 is now the main estuary of the Vistula to the Gulf of Gdańsk. The belt of wooded sand dunes divides the village from the Gulf. South of the port between Świbno and Gdańsk runs the left arm of the Vistula Delta called Dead Vistula River. The first written document about Świbno as a fishing settlement comes from 1503. At present administratively it is a suburb of Gdańsk. On the opposite, eastern bank of the river entrance lies other fishing village Mikoszewo, which is a base for 2 fishing boats, 7m long with engine power of 25 HP. A passenger ferry connects both villages. In the neighbourhood of these two villages the wide delta of Vistula River is intersected by numerous canal and dikes and marked in places by wind mills. In some parts the level of the ground is a little below sea-level, but about 0.5 mile from the coast the land rises to a height of about 20m and is densely wooded.
Świbno used to be a cooperative fishing harbour. The boats are in a private hands, now. Some fishing boats have been transported by lorries from Świbno to the Vistula Lagoon, for fishing during the lagoon herring season.
There is Coastal Rescue Station equipped with terrain trucks, motor surf-lifeboats, line throwing apparatus, a radiotelephone and medical equipment.

 
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