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Marina Gdansk

Marina Gdansk

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Description

Nice modern marina  on Motlawa River in the historical centre of the hanseatic city of Gdansk. The harbour is 290 m long  near the Maritime Museum of Gdansk. 

Harbour’s capacity 80 berths. Possibly of ordering a full range of repair works and harbour services. 24h security service.

Entering/leaving harbour through main channel with speed not exceeding 5 kn, max 4,0 draught, and harbour master permission (ch:14). The navigation from the main entrance up to Marina is very easy and it takes half an hour.


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Localisation

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Marina Sierra Grobla

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46°
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358°
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3.5nm
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3.4nm
32°
Large port which performs its operations on piers, quays and cargo handling jetties situated immediately on the waters of the Gulf of Gdansk.
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Gdynia

11nm
339°
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282°
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- width : 11.5m
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356°
Port protected by a breakwater.
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130nm
287°
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295°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
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145nm
290°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
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156nm
260°
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Port Świnoujście

157nm
260°
For the approach use the navigation channel:- 32Nm long
- width 180m
- depth 14mThe port can accomodate ships of up to 270m long.The port is ice free.
27 Jun 14
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