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  Polskie Porty - TRZEBIEŻ

TRZEBIEŻ

53°40' N

14°31' E

RUCH STATKÓW:
statki w drodze

STATYSTYKA RUCHU STATKÓW


Local commune administration authority
POLICE STAROSTY DISTRICT COUNCIL
72-010 Police, ul. Tanowska 8
tel.: (091) 3170002, fax: 3178900
Chief of local authority
Starost LECH BARTNIK
Controlling maritime authority
TRZEBIEŻ HARBOUR
MASTER'S OFFICE ul. Portowa 23
72-020 Trzebież
Contact of maritime authority
Harbour Master
Eugeniusz Pawlik
tel.: (091) 3128316
Harbour radio
VHF Channel 16
Navigational aids:
Trzebież North Leading Lights, in line bearing 1500 are exhibited by Front 1 1/4 mile long and 40m wide north approach channel with a minimum depth of 4.5m.
The channel leads from Wielki Zalew (Great Lagoon) to the northern entrance of the harbour. The south approach channel, 40m wide and 4.5m deep leads from the main Szczecin fairway to the southern entrance of the harbour.
Quayage and berthing facilities
The harbour is protected on its north east side by a breakwater 600m long lying parallel to the coast. In the south port of the harbour the wharves are of concrete and there are three basins with depths of 2.5 to 3m. The largest, 94 by 50m, and two smaller basins each 100 by 15m. In the north port is the fishing pier and a yacht basin with depths of 1 to 3m.
General facilities
Fuel Available
Water Available
Slipping There is a boatyard and slipway at the harbour used mainly by and the fishing boats
Stevedoring Available for chilled fish
Fisheries facilities
Ice Available from production plant of 10 tonnes per day capacity.
Cold storage capacity Not available. Nearest cold store in Szczecin.
Chilling storage capacity Available capacity of 15 tonnes of chilled fish.
Frozen fish transport Available for chilled fish.
Types and size of fishing fleet
45 fishing boats (length of 8 to 8.5m) and average engine power of 28 to 30 HP.
Types of fish landed (in tonnes) (1995)
Perch 280.6
Roach 220.6
Bream 110.8
Pike-perch 65.8
Eel 50.3
Salmon-trout 3.6
Total 731.7
Nearest airport:
Goleniów, 65 km
General information:
Trzebież is a fishing settlement in the community of Police, placed on western part of Szczecin Lagoon at the south west side of the entrance to Roztoka Odrzańska Estuary. The first written information about Trzebież (known this time as Zegennort) comes from 1320. In the 18th century the port, with wooden warves and a small shipyard, was established. The population of Trzebież is about 2,500. The fishing harbour is connected with Szczecin by rail, road and waterway communication is maintained. The harbour is easy to reach both for the fishing boats and for the cu-stomers. The services includes cargo shipping. There is yacht harbour and recreation passenger ferry during summer and communication by ferry with Germany. The length of all quays is about 2,000 m. There is a customs house and immigration office check point. In 1998, tourist traffic amounted 14,283 passengers.
In the port is the location of the Szczecin, Kamień Lagoons and Dąbie Lake Fishermen Association, which represents local fishermen.
The Coastal Rescue Station operates rescue vessel, equipped with terrain trucks and Lifeboats.

 
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