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Atrakcyjne trasy, kuszące mariny, wiatr, słońce i morze czekają, na Ciebie – zarezerwuj termin wypożyczenia naszej nowoczesnej, otwartej łodzi AM 555 już dziś i odliczaj dni do rozpoczęcia wspaniałej przygody! 

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BOAT AM 555

Craft has everything you would expect from a modern OPEN type boat: large front seat, luggage compartment, steering console. This boat is perfect on the water, easily slides during recreational swimming, excursions as well as when pulling a skier. In the bow part there is a spacious place for rest and recreation. In addition, the boat is equipped with a bluetooth radio, GPS, electronic chart for convenience navigation and an advanced echo sounder that will be useful for fishing and provide safety in shallow waters.

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Nowoczesna, komfortowa, z rozszerzonym wyposażeniem

Akwen, na którym operujemy jest niewątpliwie urokliwy, ale posiada też swoje niebezpieczeństwa, sprawiające trudności nawet doświadczonym żeglarzom.

 

Przed rozpoczęciem rejsu – samodzielnie, czy też ze skipperem, omówimy na co zwrócić uwagę, żeby podróż była bezpieczna.

 

ZMIENNA POGODA

Pogoda nad Bałtykiem bywa kapryśna. Zdarza się, że zmienia się kilkukrotnie w ciągu dnia. W ciągu godziny słoneczny dzień może stać się pochmurny i deszczowy. Wypływając z mariny trzeba być przygotowanym na każdą ewentualność. Nawet w pogodny dzień warto zabezpieczyć się w ciepłe ubrania takie jak kurtka, sweter czy czapka.

Krem do opalania, czapka z daszkiem czy okulary przeciwsłoneczne to także konieczność. Promienie słoneczne odbijające się od wody, nawet przy dużym zachmurzeniu potrafią szybko opalić.

 

FALE

Bałtyk jest morzem płytkim co sprawia, że nawet krótkotrwała wichura jest w stanie doprowadzić do powstania fal. Można spodziewać się krótkiej fali, ale stromej i o dużej częstotliwości.

Zalecamy częste sprawdzanie prognozy pogody, zwłaszcza przed samym wypłynięciem. Na bieżąco śledzimy prognozy i informujemy państwa o ewentualnych trudnościach. Dodatkowo stworzyliśmy zakładkę Pogoda, w której znajdziecie dane o aktualnej sytuacji.

 

MIELIZNY

Ponadto czyhają na nas mielizny, nawet na środku Zatoki, gdzie wydawałoby się, że głębokość jest bezpieczna. Najlepszym przykładem jest Rybitwia Mielizna. Jest to wąska mielizna długości około dziesięciu kilometrów, przecinająca z południa na północ Zatokę Pucką i  łącząca Cypel Rewski na południu z Mierzeją Helską na północy. Mielizna ta jest skutkiem nanoszenia piasku przez prąd morski, płynący przez zatokę. Dzieli Zatokę Pucką na dwie części: wewnętrzną (tzw. Zalew Pucki) i zewnętrzną na wschodzie. Płycizna na większości swojej długości ma obecnie nie więcej niż jeden metr głębokości. Nasza łódź wyposażona jest w sonar, który podaje aktualną głębokość, a także zaalarmuje jeśli ta spadnie poniżej jednego metra.

 

O ile na Zatoce Gdańska nie znajdziemy niebezpiecznych mielizn, tak na Zatoce Puckiej jest ich już znaczna ilość. Dbając o Państwa bezpieczeństwo wytyczyliśmy bezpieczne trasy, którymi należy się poruszać. Są one zaznaczone na elektronicznej mapie, w którą wyposażona jest łódź.

 

 

WRAKI

Na obszarze Zatoki znajduje się kilkanaście zatopionych wraków, Najlepszym miejscem do ich poznania jest strona wrakibaltyku.pl

Najbardziej widocznym ale i niebezpiecznym dla żeglugi jest ORP Kujawiak. Wrak, leży na głębokości 3-4m, do połowy burty zasypany piachem. Jego kiosk wystaje nad powierzchnię wody i widoczny jest już z daleka. Kadłub jest względnie dobrze zachowany. Okręt wycofano ze służby w 1966r. Po skreśleniu ze stanu floty, ORP Kujawiak został zatopiony na Rybitwiej Mieliźnie, w wodach Zatoki Puckiej, gdzie stał się poligonem bombowym. Obecnie jest obiektem wypraw nurków.

Dla bezpieczeństwa został on zaznaczony na GPSie będącym na wyposażeniu łodzi.

 

 

ZDRADLIWE NABRZEŻA

Ze względów bezpieczeństwa cumujemy jedynie w przystaniach jachtowych (wyposażonych w pomosty cumownicze). Przystani nie brakuje dlatego zachęcamy do ich korzystania, jeżeli pojawi się potrzeba zrobienia przerwy czy zejścia na ląd. Cumując na plaży mogą się pojawić problemy z ponownym wypłynięciem, wtedy też bardzo łatwo jest uszkodzić śrubę. W miejscach gdzie nie ma plaży natrafimy na kamieniste brzegi, tam również może dojść do uszkodzenia śruby czy kadłuba. Dozwolone jest cumowanie dziobem, rufą bądź burtą do pomostów cumowniczych – zgodnie z właściwymi praktykami żeglarskimi. Należy koniecznie dostosować się do poleceń bosmana przystani.
Po zakończonym manewrze cumowania, zapoznajemy się z obowiązującym w danym miejscu regulaminem przystani. Należy zwrócić szczególną uwagę przy schodzeniu lub wchodzeniu z pomostów na łódź lub odwrotnie. Ma to szczególne znaczenie po opadach deszczu. Gdy pokład łodzi lub pomosty są mokre, rośnie ryzyko poślizgnięcia się. Podczas manewru cumowania lub odchodzenia od pomostu zabronione jest wystawianie kończyn poza obrys jachtu, skakanie z jednostki na pomost lub odwrotnie. Po zacumowaniu łodzi, konieczne jest zabezpieczenie jednostki przed jego uszkodzeniem. Do tego celu wykorzystujemy odbijacze znajdujące się na wyposażeniu jachtu.

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WITHOUT SKIPPER
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PASSENGERS: 6
1 HOUR300 ZŁ / 300 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
2 HOURS550 ŻŁ / 275 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
3 HOURS750 ZŁ / 250 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
5 HOURS1 125 ZŁ / 225 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
14 HOURS (WHOLE DAY)1 700 ZŁ / 121 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
DEPOSIT2000 ZŁ
FUELNOT INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL PRICE
WITH SKIPPER
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PASSENGERS: 5
1 HOUR380 ZŁ / 380 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
2 HOURS700 ZŁ / 350 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
3 HOURS990 ZŁ / 330 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
5 HOURS1 350 ZŁ / 270 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
14 HOURS (WHOLE DAY)2500 ZŁ / 180 ZŁ FOR AN HOUR
DEPOSITNOT REQUIRED
FUELNOT INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL PRICE

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Technical data:

  • Year of production 2016 (boat and engine)
  • Category C
  • Number of passengers: 6
  • Length overall  (m): 5.58
  • Breadth (m): 2.17
  • Draft (m): 0.20
  • Boat weight without engine (kg): 580
  • Honda BF100A engine
  • Engine power (kW / HP): 73.6 / 100
  • Engine weight (kg): 166-172
  • Total weight of the boat with engine (kg): 750
  • Average fuel consumption: 8l / h
  • Registered in the Polish Yacht Association

Safety:

  • Third-party insurance, accident insurance,
    Yacht Casco insurance
  • Main switch
  • 2 fire extinguishers
  • Fire blanket
  • First aid kit
  • Life jackets
  • Light for life jackets
  • Paddles
  • Lifebuoy
  • Non-sinking rope for the lifebuoy
  • Light buoy for the lifebuoy
  • Fenders
  • Canister with additional fuel
  • Flashlight
  • Basic tools and knife

Boat equipment:

  • Wind deflector to protect the helmsman
  • Cab
  • Seat for the helmsman and passenger
  • Access ladder to the water
  • Bilge pump with  automatic panel
  • Two-seater bench
  • A table
  • Sun deck with mattress
  • 80 liter fuel tank
  • Navigation lights
  • Radio with bluetooth
  • 2 USB sockets
  • Skier’s mast

LOWRANCE Elite-7 Ti2:

  • GPS
  • Electronic charts
  • Saved routes previously mapped out
  • Fishfinder
  • Vertical and horizontal sonar image
  • Information about speed, course, fuel consumption
  • Large, touchscreen, colorful and
    readable even in direct sunlight
  • English menu

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  • Skipper’s certificate
  • Age over 21
  • Two valid identity documents
  • Deposit in the amount of PLN 2,000

*Not required for a cruise with one of our skippers

ROUTES

The Bay of Puck and the Bay of Gdańsk offer countless attractions. It’s hard to find another place where such a small area has so much to offer. Most of the places are well known to the Tri-City residents and tourists.

The following routes are our suggestions that show the most interesting places available on the coast. The routes marked on the map are intended to give a general idea of the proposed voyage and do not fully reflect the actual mileage / route. This may vary due to conditions, weather, navigational obstructions and safety, which is always paramount.

The objects listed on the route are only part of the attractions that we will pass. It is impossible to list all the characteristic places, we have listed only the most recognizable ones.

 

The routes have been divided into two parts. South (Gdańsk Bay) – from Gdynia through Sopot and Gdańsk and Northern (Puck Bay) – from Gdynia through Babie Doły, Rewa, Mechelinki, Osłonino, Rzucewo, Puck, Swarzewo, Chałupy, Kuźnica, Jastarnia, Jurata, Hel.

The offer includes short, one-hour trips, longer trips for 3-4 hours, as well as full-day trips, such as Route 7 – Northern, along the shore of the Bay of Puck.

During the longer cruises, disembarkation and a stop at the pier / in the marina is available whenever necessary. All prices include the cost of fuel and skipper’s sernice.

We will do our best to show the beauty of the region. For those of you who are already familiar with region’s landmarks, we invite to discover them again, from a different perspective.

We guarantee that everything looks completely different from the water’s side.

Route Kościuszko Square

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Marina – Skwer Kościuszki – Dar Pomorza – ORP Błyskawica – Marina Yacht Park – Marina

Marina in Gdynia

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Skwer Kościuszki

Kościuszko’s Square and its extension in the form of the South Pier are undoubtedly a showcase of Gdynia. There are lots of walkers all year round, and in the summer season, the place experiences a real tourist siege. No wonder, as the sea character is present here at every step.

Kościuszko’s Square is a representative place of Gdynia, at the intersection of Świętojańska Street and 10 Lutego Street. It was here on June 11, 1987, when Pope John Paul II met the inhabitants of Gdynia. This event is commemorated by a monument standing on the site where the papal altar was built. Nearby there are luxury hotels, the Danuta Baduszkowa Musical Theater, beautiful modernist tenement houses and the building of the Polish Navy Command.

Behind it, the Sea Towers skyscraper, built in 2003-2006, overseeing the entire neighborhood. In the Kościuszko’s Square itself there are also numerous monuments, e.g. the Polish Sailor 1939-1945, the Polish Armed Forces in the West and the Home Army soldiers, as well as the Monument to the Polish Maritime Affairs unveiled in 2018.

The South Pier, being an extension of Kościuszko’s Square, was built in the 1930s. Currently, it is a tourist and recreational center of Gdynia. At the pier you can find permanently berthed: The ORP “Błyskawica”, the oldest surviving destroyer taking part in World War II, now transformed into a museum and launched at the end of the 19th century, a training ship – museum “Dar Pomorza”. At the pier you can find also ferries, which sail in the summer season to Jastarnia and Hel.

On the other side of the pier there is the Gdynia Aquarium and the modernist buildings of the Maritime University. Marina Gdynia with moored yachts is located in the vicinity. It is the largest yacht port on the Polish coast. At the end of the South Pier, there is also the “Masts” monument, a monument dedicated to Joseph Conrad Korzeniowski and the only in Poland Avenue of Passenger Ships Visiting Gdynia.

The whole area is a unique sea forum, a unique tourist attraction and a showcase of Gdynia. In this place, as in no other place, you can feel a connection with the sea.

Dar Pomorza

“Dar Pomorza”, called the “White Frigate”, has been associated with Gdynia since 1929. It was built in 1909 at the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg as a training ship for the German merchant navy. After launching on September 18, 1909, it was renamed “Prinzess Eitel Friedrich” and entered service, embarking on its maiden voyage to Christiansand and Antwerp.

After the defeat of Germany in World War I, the French took over the ship, moving it to the port of Saint Nazaire. In 1926 it was renamed “Colbert” and was to replace the French training sailing ship “Richelieu”. This plan was never implemented. A year later, the frigate became the property of Baron de Foreste, who intended to transform it into an ocean-going yacht, but this idea did not materialize either.

In 1929, the ship was purchased with public donations by the Pomeranian National Fleet Committee for the sum of 7,000 sterling. It was supposed to replace the already used school barge “Lwów”. The frigate was then named “Dar Pomorza” to commemorate the generosity of the Pomeranian society. In June 1930, she stood in the Gdynia roadstead for the first time, and on July 13, the bishop of St. Okoniewski blessed the ship and its flag.

The frigate was handed over to the State Maritime School in Gdynia and became the second (after “Lviv”) “cradle of Polish navigators”.

During 51 years of service for the Polish Merchant Navy, “Dar Pomorza” made 102 school cruises, covering half a million nautical miles. 13,384 students of the Maritime School were trained on board.

On August 4, 1982, “Dar Pomorza” was formally withdrawn from service – at the same time the flag was raised on its successor, “Dar Młodzieży”, designed and built in Gdańsk.

On November 16, 1982, “Dar Pomorza” was handed over to the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk.

ORP Błyskawica

ORP “Błyskawica” is a real zero-class monument among ships – participants of naval wars. It is the oldest surviving destroyer – a World War II veteran and the only Allied combat ship that actively participated in the activities throughout the war – from September 1, 1939 to May 8, 1945.

“Blyskawica” and its twin “Grom” were built by the J. Samuel White & Co Ltd. shipyard in Cowes. They were the pride of our fleet, belonged to the most modern and strongest ships of their class in the world. The next destroyers of this type were to be built at the domestic shipyard. The outbreak of the war shattered these plans.

In view of the threat of a war, a pair of our most valuable ships, together with the older “Burza”, were sent with an order code-named “Peking” to Great Britain. The farewell exchange of messages between the ships of the destroyer squadron has survived:

– anchored ORP “Wicher” to the departing team – “With God to the glory of the Fatherland”;

– the answer of the departing – “By God’s will, we will see each other soon” …

As you know, the meeting never happened again. The bombed “Wicher” sank on September 3, 1939 in the Hel port, “Grom” shared its fate in the Norwegian fjord on May 4, 1940.

Only Błyskawica successfully overcame all war threats. The ship operated in the North Sea and the Atlantic, in the Norwegian campaign and the evacuation of allied forces from Dunkirk, defended Cowes from Luftwaffe attacks, operated in the Mediterranean Sea, supporting Malta and invasion operations in North Africa, and covered the Allied landing in Normandy. After the end of hostilities, “Błyskawica”, in the last part of the liquidation of the Kriegsmarine, took part in “Operation Deadlight – destroying the captured German U-boats.

ORP “Błyskawica” was a real “lucky ship” – a lucky ship. He was in military service of 138,356 NM, escorted 85 convoys, and made 108 combat patrols. The artillery of the ship shot down 4 planes for sure and another 3 probably, along with other ships, sunk 2 destroyers, 2 ships and a few smaller units, fought with submarines with success. During combat operations, the ship was seriously damaged three times, 5 sailors died during the entire war and 48 were injured.

“Błyskawica” returned to the country on July 4, 1947 under the command of the famous submarine, Commander Bolesław Romanowski. She remained in active service for another 20 years. However, the technical condition of the worn-out ship was deteriorating. The tragedy happened on August 9, 1967. During the exercises, steam pipelines exploded.

Seven sailors were killed. This practically ended the active service of “Błyskawica”. The renovated one was still used as an anti-aircraft battery in Świnoujście. Finally, in 1975, she was withdrawn from service and it was decided that she would replace another World War II veteran – ORP “Burza” as a museum ship.

ORP Błyskawica still carries the white and red war flag. It remains part of the 3rd Navy Flotilla and has a full-time naval crew. It is an extremely valuable and attractive museum object – a showcase of maritime Poland, Gdynia and the Museum

Navy. It documents the traditions of Polish seafarers, is a place of representative state meetings and ceremonies, including ceremonial promotion of Navy officers, a mainstay of the age-old maritime ceremonial, and at the same time a well-kept monument of naval technology of world importance.

The Naval Museum maintains an exhibition in the rooms of Błyskawica devoted to the battles of sailors during World War II.

Marina Yacht Park

Marina Yacht Park is the newest and best-located marina in Poland. Moor in the very center of Gdynia with a view of “Błyskawica” and “Dar Pomorza” at the foot of the Sea Towers.

Marina Yacht Park is located in the President’s Basin, at the Fishing Pier in Gdynia. It has 120 mooring places with access to water and electricity and a well-prepared infrastructure. 72 spaces are for units shorter than 14 meters, 42 spaces for units shorter than 12 meters and 8 spaces for units shorter than 10 meters. The depth of the marina allows it to accommodate vessels with a draft of up to 8 meters. In addition, Marina Yacht Park has 8 docking places for scooters and small rib-type units and coaching boats with floating platforms specially prepared for this type of units.

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Marina w Gdyni

The “Marina Gdynia” yacht marina has 260 berths with access to water and electricity, and the well-prepared infrastructure for sailors. The Gdynia marina meets all environmental standards, it is possible to use sanitary sewage collection points, chemical toilets, waste segregation point, slipway and a stationary crane with a maximum load of 2.5 tons.

The fuel station located on the quayside enables safe and environmentally friendly refueling. Basin is monitored. The facility is popular among Polish and foreign sailors.

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level including Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Sailing Days and many other. Gdynia’s marina is the base for all sailing events – the largest and most modern in Poland. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina gets busy. Wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are moored here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing.

Klif Orłowski

Cliff  in Gdynia Orłowo is one of the most beautiful places not only in this region of the Bay of Gdansk but also on the entire Polish Baltic coast. The cliff is a steep sea shore, and the one in Orłowo is extremely step. Built of moraine clay of glacial origin. A characteristic object for Gdynia often pictured on postcards. Popular scenery used during photo sessions, especially for newlyweds.

Molo w Orłowie

The pier located in the Orłowo district is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Gdynia coast. 

Measuring about 180 m bridge attracts the Tri-City residents and tourists who like coastal walks.

The history of today’s pier in Gdynia dates back to World War I – the first (still relatively small) pier was built in Orłowo. It was expanded twice in the first half of the 20th century. The pier at that time, measuring over 400 m, not only had a walking function, but was also adapted to the mooring of larger ships. In 1949, it was destroyed by a storm. The reconstruction assumed the reduction of the length of the pier to its present form.

You can see the nearby famous cliff  when walking along the pier.

Molo w Sopocie

The Pier is the most characteristic place in Sopot. It is the hallmark of the city – the main theme that appears on the postcards. Just like Zakopane has its own Giewont, Sopot has a charming pier, which attracts crowds of tourists every year.

One of the most popular recreational facilities, a showcase of Sopot. It consists of 2 parts: pier that is 511, 5 meters long (the longest wooden pier in Europe) and a 20,000 m2 square on the shore.

The pier is one of the most popular Polish recreational and event facilities, a showcase of the resort.

The land part (Skwer Kuracyjny) is an area of 20 000 m2, with a beautiful historic fountain, a lighthouse with a vantage point, a concert hall and many dining options. Events for up to 6,000 viewers can be organized on the square. The Laguna Smaku and Rybna Ferajna restaurants operate all year round on the Pier.

The wooden (walking) part of the pier includes lower decks and a side deck, where passenger ships and yachts moore. In mid-2011, a marina for over 100 yachts was opened at the pier head, along with the Meridian restaurant. 

The concentration of iodine in the farthest places into the sea is twice as high as on land.

Marina w Sopocie

Marina Sopot is a marina in the Bay of Gdańsk which was opened in July 2011 by the former President of Poland – Bronisław Komorowski.

It was built in an interesting way, by “sticking” new concrete breakwaters to the structure of the pier. To illustrate the structure of the marina, removing the pier would not cause the marina to collapse. The four-wall structure of the breakwater would remain in the water.

Access to the mooring platform is restricted by the gate. It can be opened only by the card issued by Harbour’s Master and available only to owners and crews of vessels mooring in the marina.

At the end of the pier there is a building. You will find there Meridian restaurant and boatswain’s office. Next to it there is a sanitary facility for the crews stationed in the Sopot marina.

When entering the marina, on the right side there is the southern breakwater, where larger crafts are moored. All walkers have access to the pier.

On the left side there are two floating jetties that form three small pools for convenient mooring of sailing yachts, motor yachts or RIB motorboats.

Baza Formozy

Jednostka Wojskowa 4026. Przebywają tu: obsługa specjalistyczna Poligonu Kontrolno-Pomiarowego MW, Jednostka Wojskowa Formoza, obsługa radiolatarni lotniska Babie Doły. Do przełomu lat 60. i 70. XX w. na Formozie mieściła się hydrografia MW zastąpiona oddziałem specjalnym płetwonurków. Stale ćwiczy tu też kadra i kursanci z Ośrodka Szkolenia Nurków i Płetwonurków WP.

Torpedownia Babie Doły

Military Unit 4026. The following units are located here: specialist staff at the Military Control and Measurement Test Grounds, Formoza Military Unit, staff at the Babie Doły airport beacon. Until the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Polish Naval Hydrography Offfice was located in Formosa, now replaced by a special division of divers. The staff and students from the Training Center for Divers and Scuba Divers of the Polish Army also train here on a regular basis.

Babie Doły Torpedo Station/ Hexengrund Torpedo Station

The Babie Doły Torpedo Station is visible from the Gdynia shore and is one of the most beautiful objects for photography on the Baltic Sea. It hides a story from the Second World War. It was a torpedo research facility, and today it is a dark ruin jutting out of the sea.

The torpedo stations on the Polish coast were built by the Germans. These were the so-called torpedo research centers in occupied Poland. They were erected during World War II, and torpedoes were mounted inside. There were also practice shootings. Torpedo stations were often connected to the shore by a narrow-gauge railway, which transported torpedo components.

Babie Doły is the northernmost district of Gdynia. It is here, near the shore, that the torpedo depot was built, one of two in Poland. It was a Luftwaffe research facility. The second torpedo house was built nearby, also in Gdynia, in Oksywie – it is a district bordering on Babie Doły. It was, in turn, the research facility of the Kriegsmarine.

Both facilities were connected by Oksywie Shore Railaway. The narrow-gauge railway was also known as the Kashubian Express. Today, apart from one car, nothing is left of it.

Of the two, the Babie Doły torpedo station is the more famous one. A port was also built there. The remains of the post-German wooden port as well as the torpedo house itself were the scenery of many films, incl. of the TV series “Czterej pancerni i pies”.

The building has never been renovated. The devices were stolen by the Red Army, but the Russians probably never used them. The pier at the torpedo house was also damaged. Eventually, all were blown up in the 1990s. The front wall collapsed in turn at the turn of the 1970s and 1980s.

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Marina Gdynia –Orłowo Cliff – Orłowo Pier –Sopot Pier – Marina Sopot – Marina Gdynia

Marina w Gdyni

The “Marina Gdynia” yacht marina has 260 berths with access to water and electricity, and the well-prepared infrastructure for sailors. The Gdynia marina meets all environmental standards, it is possible to use sanitary sewage collection points, chemical toilets, waste segregation point, slipway and a stationary crane with a maximum load of 2.5 tons.

The fuel station located on the quayside enables safe and environmentally friendly refueling. Basin is monitored. The facility is popular among Polish and foreign sailors.

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level including Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days and many other. Gdynia’s marina is the base for all sailing events – the largest and most modern in Poland. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina gets busy. Wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are moored here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing.

Orlowo Cliff

Cliff in Gdynia Orłowo is one of the most beautiful places not only in this region of the Bay of Gdansk but also on the entire Polish Baltic coast. The cliff is a steep sea shore, and the one in Orłowo is extremely step. Built of moraine clay of glacial origin. A characteristic object for Gdynia often pictured on postcards. Popular scenery used during photo sessions, especially for newlyweds.

Orlowo Pier

The pier located in the Orłowo district is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Gdynia coast. 

Measuring about 180 m bridge attracts the Tri-City residents and tourists who like coastal walks.

The history of today’s pier in Gdynia dates back to World War I – the first (still relatively small) pier was built in Orłowo. It was expanded twice in the first half of the 20th century. The pier at that time, measuring over 400 m, not only had a walking function, but was also adapted to the mooring of larger ships. In 1949, it was destroyed by a storm. The reconstruction assumed the reduction of the length of the pier to its present form.

You can see the nearby famous cliff  when walking along the pier,

Sopot Pier

The Pier is the most characteristic place in Sopot. It is the hallmark of the city – the main theme that appears on the postcards. Just like Zakopane has its own Giewont, Sopot has a charming pier, which attracts crowds of tourists every year.

One of the most popular recreational facilities, a showcase of Sopot. It consists of 2 parts: pier that is 511, 5 meters long (the longest wooden pier in Europe) and a 20,000 m2 square on the shore.

The pier is one of the most popular Polish recreational and event facilities, a showcase of the resort.

The land part (Skwer Kuracyjny) is an area of 20 000 m2, with a beautiful historic fountain, a lighthouse with a vantage point, a concert hall and many dining options. Events for up to 6,000 viewers can be organized on the square. The Laguna Smaku and Rybna Ferajna restaurants operate all year round on the Pier.

The wooden (walking) part of the pier includes lower decks and a side deck, where passenger ships and yachts moore. In mid-2011, a marina for over 100 yachts was opened at the pier head, along with the Meridian restaurant. 

The concentration of iodine in the farthest places into the sea is twice as high as on land.

Marina w Sopocie

Marina Sopot is a marina in the Bay of Gdańsk which was opened in July 2011 by the President of Poland – Bronisław Komorowski.

It was built in an interesting way, by “sticking” new concrete breakwaters to the structure of the pier. To illustrate the structure of the marina, removing the pier would not cause the marina to collapse. The four-wall structure of the breakwater would remain in the water.

Access to the mooring platform is restricted by the gate. It can be opened only by the card issued by Harbour’s Master and available only to owners and crews of vessels mooring in the marina.

At the end of the pier there is a building. You will find there Meridian restaurant and boatswain’s office. Next to it there is a sanitary facility for the crews stationed in the Sopot marina.

When entering the marina, on the right side there is the southern breakwater, where larger crafts are moored. All walkers have access to the pier.

On the left side there are two floating jetties that form three small pools for convenient mooring of sailing yachts, motor yachts or RIB motorboats.

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Marina w Gdyni – Klif Orłowski – Molo w Orłowie – Molo w Sopocie – Molo w Brzeźnie – Motława –

Westerplatte – Twierdza Wisłoujście – Stare Miasto / Wyspa Spichrzów – Sołdek – Żuraw – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

Jest zapleczem do rozgrywania wielu imprez żeglarskich na poziomie europejskim i światowym m.in. : Targi Wiatr i Woda, Gdynia Saling Days, Zloty największych żaglowców na świecie oraz wiele innych. Gdyńska Marina stanowi bazę dla wszelkich imprez żeglarskich– największa i najnowocześniejsza w Polsce. Jej niewątpliwym atutem jest położenie w samym centrum Miasta. To jeden z najpiękniejszych zakątków Gdyni.

Od wczesnej wiosny do późnej jesieni w przystani żeglarskiej panuje ruch. I stoją tu obok siebie zarówno wspaniałe i luksusowe jachty, jak i całkiem małe i skromne łódki. Wokół Mariny mają swoje siedziby kluby żeglarskie, w których już nawet kilkuletnie dzieci mogą poznawać tajniki żeglowania. Do tych zaś, którzy miłość do żagli odkryli nieco później, kluby żeglarskie kierują szeroką ofertę kursów i rejsów czarterowych.

Klif Orłowski

Klif w Gdyni Orłowie to jeden z najpiękniejszych zakątków nie tylko w tym rejonie Zatoki Puckiej, ale i na całym polskim wybrzeżu Bałtyku. Klif to stromy brzeg morski, a ten w Orłowie jest wyjątkowo stromy, powstał na tzw. Kępie Redłowskiej, zbudowany z gliny morenowej pochodzenia lodowcowego. Charakterystyczny obiekt dla Gdyni, często umieszczany na pocztówkach.  Sceneria często wykorzystywana podczas sesji zdjęciowych, zwłaszcza nowożeńców.

Molo w Orłowie

Znajdujące się w dzielnicy Orłowo molo jest jedną z najbardziej popularnych atrakcji turystycznych wybrzeża Gdyni. Mierzący około 180 m pomost przyciąga mieszkańców Trójmiasta oraz turystów lubujących się w nadmorskich spacerach.

Historia dzisiejszego molo w Gdyni sięga czasów I wojny światowej – w Orłowie powstał wówczas pierwszy (jeszcze stosunkowo niewielki) pomost. Został on dwukrotnie rozbudowany w pierwszej połowie XX wieku. Ówczesne molo, mierzące ponad 400 m, pełniło nie tylko funkcje spacerowe, ale było również przystosowane do cumowania większych statków. W 1949 roku zostało jednak zniszczone przez sztorm. Rekonstrukcja zakładała zmniejszenie długości pomostu do jego obecnej formy.

Spacerując po molo w Orłowie można dostrzec wznoszący się nieopodal Klif Orłowski.

Molo w Sopocie

Molo Jest najbardziej charakterystycznym miejscem w Sopocie. To znak rozpoznawczy miasta – główny motyw, który przewija się na pocztówkach. Tak jak Zakopane ma swój Giewont, tak Sopot ma urokliwy pomost, na który każdego roku ściągają tłumy turystów.

Jeden z najpopularniejszych polskich obiektów rekreacyjno-imprezowych, wizytówka Sopotu. Składa się z 2 części: spacerowej o długości 511, 5 (najdłuższy drewniany pomost w Europie) oraz usytuowanego na lądzie placu o powierzchni 20 tys. mkw.

Molo to jeden z najpopularniejszych polskich obiektów rekreacyjno-imprezowych, wizytówka kurortu. Składa się 2 części: lądowego placu i słynnego drewnianego pomostu.

Część lądowa (Skwer Kuracyjny) to teren o pow. 20 tys. mkw., na którym znajdują się przepiękna zabytkowa fontanna, latarnia morska z punktem widokowym, muszla koncertowa, punkty gastronomiczne oraz dużo zieleni. Na placu mogą być organizowane imprezy masowe dla maks. 6 tys. osób, a w okresie zimowym funkcjonuje tu sztuczne lodowisko. Przez cały rok na Molo działają restauracje Laguna Smaku oraz Rybna Ferajna.

Część drewniana (czyli spacerowa) obejmuje, oprócz głównego pomostu (511,5 m z czego 458 m wchodzi w głąb Zatoki Gdańskiej), pokłady dolne oraz pokład boczny, które umożliwiają przybijanie statków pasażerskich oraz jachtów. W połowie 2011 roku przy głowicy mola została oddana do użytku przystań dla ponad 100 jachtów, przy której działa restauracja Meridian. Stężenie jodu w miejscach najdalej wysuniętych w morze jest dwukrotnie większe niż na lądzie.

Molo w Brzeźnie

Jedno z ulubionych miejsc spacerowiczów, jest licznie odwiedzane przez mieszkańców Gdańska i turystów. W chwili obecnej molo liczy 136 m długości. Przylegają do niego budynki całorocznej restauracji, Centrum Ratownictwa Wodnego, baru oraz toalet ogólnodostępnych.

W bezpośrednim sąsiedztwie molo funkcjonuje kąpielisko strzeżone Molo Gdańsk-Brzeźno oraz Stadion Letni Gdańsk

Westerplatte

Od kilkudziesięciu lat Westerplatte jest kojarzone z pomnikiem Obrońców Wybrzeża. Od końca lat sześćdziesiątych jego sylwetka jest jednym z najczęściej wykorzystywanych symboli tego miejsca na różnego rodzaju zdjęciach, pocztówkach i innych pamiątkach.

W okresie międzywojennym na terenie Westerplatte funkcjonowała Wojskowa Składnica Tranzytowa, której obrona we wrześniu 1939 stała się symbolicznym początkiem II wojny światowej oraz polskiego oporu przeciw agresji III Rzeszy. Miejsca związane z polem bitwy o Westerplatte zostały wpisane 1 września 2003 na listę Pomników historii.

Sołdek

Pierwszy zbudowany po II wojnie światowej statek w Polsce. Choć Sołdek już nie pływa po morzu, nadal dzielnie pełni służbę jako obiekt muzealny.

Wartość Sołdka jest symboliczna, ale zarazem stanowi on ważny zabytek techniki. To prototypowy rudowęglowiec typu B-30, którego projekt powstał we francuskiej stoczni w Hawrze. Został w całości zbudowany w Stoczni Gdańskiej i stał się pierwszym polskim statkiem pełnomorskim po wojnie.

Otrzymał imię Stanisława Sołdka, który był traserem w stoczni – przodownikiem pracy. W listopadzie 1948 roku statek został zwodowany, a w październiku 1949 roku wyruszył w pierwszy rejs do Szczecina, gdzie uroczyście podniesiono banderę. Konstrukcja okazała się bez zarzutu, bo Sołdek pływał do 1981 roku, odbywając blisko 1500 podróży, przewożąc 3,5 miliona ton ładunku i zawijając do ponad 60 portów.

W 1981 roku Sołdek został przekazany Centralnemu Muzeum Morskiemu (obecnie Narodowe Muzeum Morskie), a od 1985 pełni rolę statku-muzeum. Ekspozycja rozlokowana jest na 5 poziomach. W maszynowni można zobaczyć potężne silniki parowe, kotły opalane węglem i wiele niestosowanych już zabytków techniki.

Na pokładzie łodziowym znajduje się wyposażenie ratunkowe, w sterowni rury głosowe do komunikacji z maszynownią, a w rufie i w nadbudowie śródokręcia pomieszczenia dla załogi. W ładowni nr 3 i 4 urządzono wystawy, m.in. ekspozycja modeli statków zbudowanych w Stoczni Gdańskiej oraz wystawa o historii i eksploatacji Sołdka.

Brama Żuraw

Żuraw w Gdańsku to zaraz obok fontanny Neptuna jeden z symboli miasta. Jest to największy i najstarszy zachowany dźwig portowy średniowiecznej Europy. To też jedna z bram Gdańska.

Żuraw w Gdańsku stoi od XV wieku. Został wybudowany w latach 1442-1444 i składa się z dwóch ceglanych wież i drewnianego mechanizmu dźwigowego. Później był on jeszcze podwyższany. Wcześniej w miejscu Żurawia w Gdańsku stała inna brama z dźwigiem, jednak jej wygląd nie jest znany.

Obecnie Żuraw w Gdańsku nie pełni już swojej pierwotnej funkcji i został zaadaptowany na muzeum. Mieści się w nim wystawa pokazująca życie w dawnym Gdańsku. Turyści mogą w nim zobaczyć, jak wyglądały pierwsze latarnie morskie w Wisłoujściu i Nowym Porcie, nabrzeża portowe czy poznać nawigację w porcie gdańskim.

Żuraw w Gdańsku kryje w sobie jeszcze m.in. odwzorowany salon z gdańskiej kamienicy. Narodowe Muzeum Morskie w Gdańsku ma też jedną z sal poświęconą warsztatom rzemieślniczym produkującym swoje wyroby dla powoźników, masztowników, żaglomistrzów, smolarzy i kotwiczników.

Jednak to mechanizm Żurawia w Gdańsku jest najważniejszy. Składają się na niego dwie pary drewnianych kół deptakowych. Cały dźwig był napędzany siłą ludzkich mięśni.

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Marina w Gdyni – Orlowo Cliff – Pier in Orlowo – Pier in Sopot – Pier in Brzeźno – Yacht Port Gorki Zachodnie – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Orlowo Cliff

Cliff  in Gdynia Orłowo is one of the most beautiful places not only in this region of the Bay of Gdansk but also on the entire Polish Baltic coast. The cliff is a steep sea shore, and the one in Orłowo is extremely step. Built of moraine clay of glacial origin. A characteristic object for Gdynia often pictured on postcards. Popular scenery used during photo sessions, especially for newlyweds.

Pier in Orlowo

The pier located in the Orłowo district is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Gdynia coast. 

Measuring about 180 m bridge attracts the Tri-City residents and tourists who like coastal walks.

The history of today’s pier in Gdynia dates back to World War I – the first (still relatively small) pier was built in Orłowo. It was expanded twice in the first half of the 20th century. The pier at that time, measuring over 400 m, not only had a walking function, but was also adapted to the mooring of larger ships. In 1949, it was destroyed by a storm. The reconstruction assumed the reduction of the length of the pier to its present form.

You can see the nearby famous cliff  when walking along the pier.

Molo w Sopocie

The Pier is the most characteristic place in Sopot. It is the hallmark of the city – the main theme that appears on the postcards. Just like Zakopane has its own Giewont, Sopot has a charming pier, which attracts crowds of tourists every year.

One of the most popular recreational facilities, a showcase of Sopot. It consists of 2 parts: pier that is 511, 5 meters long (the longest wooden pier in Europe) and a 20,000 m2 square on the shore.

The pier is one of the most popular Polish recreational and event facilities, a showcase of the resort.

The land part (Skwer Kuracyjny) is an area of 20 000 m2, with a beautiful historic fountain, a lighthouse with a vantage point, a concert hall and many dining options. Events for up to 6,000 viewers can be organized on the square. The Laguna Smaku and Rybna Ferajna restaurants operate all year round on the Pier.

Pier in Brzeźno

One of the favorite walking places , it is frequently visited by Gdańsk residents and tourists. At present, the pier is 136 m long. It is adjacent to the buildings of a year-round restaurant, Search and Rescue Center, a bar and public toilets.

In the immediate vicinity of the pier, there is a guarded bathing area, Molo Gdańsk-Brzeźno and the Gdańsk Summer Stadium

National Sailing Centre

National Sailing Center AWFiS im. dr. Krzysztof Zawalski in Gdańsk – Górki Zachodnie, is a multifunctional, satellite facility of the Academy of Physical Education and Sport in Gdańsk, which includes modern hydrotechnical infrastructure – a marina for about 100 vessels with the necessary facilities. A comprehensive building with sports, accommodation and conference facilities, serving educational, sports and business purposes. NCŻ AWFiS has numerous sports and recreational equipment, which constitute educational and training facilities as well as a charter fleet.

The main areas of activity of National Sailing Centre AWFiS are didactic activities for the AWFiS own needs and all activities for the development and dissemination of not only sailing, but also broadly understood boating, using the available human resources, infrastructure and equipment.

Yacht Port Górki Zachodnie

The Górki Zachodnie yacht marina serves as a year-round berth for recreational vessels and enables their owners and shipowners to use sanitary, social and service facilities. In the area of the marina, the Yacht Club of the Gdańsk Shipyard conducts its statutory activity as a public benefit organization. The marina is used as a place for organizing regattas and training children and adolescents. Specialized companies in the field of servicing recreational vessels conduct business in the area.

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Marina w Gdyni – Orlowo Cliff – Orlowo Pier – Sopot Pier – Pier in Brzezno – Vistula River Delta – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Orlowo Cliff

Cliff  in Gdynia Orłowo is one of the most beautiful places not only in this region of the Bay of Gdansk but also on the entire Polish Baltic coast. The cliff is a steep sea shore, and the one in Orłowo is extremely step. Built of moraine clay of glacial origin. A characteristic object for Gdynia often pictured on postcards. Popular scenery used during photo sessions, especially for newlyweds.

Orlowo Pier

The pier located in the Orłowo district is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Gdynia coast.

Measuring about 180 m bridge attracts the Tri-City residents and tourists who like coastal walks.

The history of today’s pier in Gdynia dates back to World War I – the first (still relatively small) pier was built in Orłowo. It was expanded twice in the first half of the 20th century. The pier at that time, measuring over 400 m, not only had a walking function, but was also adapted to the mooring of larger ships. In 1949, it was destroyed by a storm. The reconstruction assumed the reduction of the length of the pier to its present form.

You can see the nearby famous cliff  when walking along the pier.

Sopot Pier

The Pier is the most characteristic place in Sopot. It is the hallmark of the city – the main theme that appears on the postcards. Just like Zakopane has its own Giewont, Sopot has a charming pier, which attracts crowds of tourists every year.

One of the most popular recreational facilities, a showcase of Sopot. It consists of 2 parts: pier that is 511, 5 meters long (the longest wooden pier in Europe) and a 20,000 m2 square on the shore.

The pier is one of the most popular Polish recreational and event facilities, a showcase of the resort.

The land part (Skwer Kuracyjny) is an area of 20 000 m2, with a beautiful historic fountain, a lighthouse with a vantage point, a concert hall and many dining options. Events for up to 6,000 viewers can be organized on the square. The Laguna Smaku and Rybna Ferajna restaurants operate all year round on the Pier.

Pier in Brzezno

One of the favorite walking places , it is frequently visited by Gdańsk residents and tourists. At present, the pier is 136 m long. It is adjacent to the buildings of a year-round restaurant, Search and Rescue Center, a bar and public toilets.

In the immediate vicinity of the pier, there is a guarded bathing area, Molo Gdańsk-Brzeźno and the Gdańsk Summer Stadium

Vistula River Delta

The present delta/mouth of the Vistula was established on March 31, 1895. A huge investment, bold design, solid workmanship – as a result, a new estuary of the Vistula river was pierced, which stopped the floods devastating Gdańsk.

The mouth of the Vistula was created thanks to the enormous effort of people. A 7 km long, 250-400 m wide canal was built, surrounded by 10 m high embankments.

Under the bottom of the ditch there are fascine mattresses. They were burdened with a huge amount of stones delivered from the island of Bornholm and East Prussia. Thanks to this, the series of floods that caused severe losses to Gdańsk and the entire Żuławy ended. Currently, the sandbanks at the mouth of the Vistula River are popular with gray seals, large groups of which can be admired on the beach.

There is a fishing port in Świbno, from where you can go for a walk along the estuary of the Vistula River and reach the Mewia Łacha reserve.

The old estuary changed its name and is now called the Martwa Wisła due to the lack of a current. The new and old estuaries are separated by a level difference, and therefore a lock was created in Przegalina, which ensures the free passage of ships, barges and yachts. It was put into operation in 1895. The North Lock is an extremely interesting hydrotechnical facility. It has been unused since 1992 and is only an interesting historical site and a viewpoint over the new southern lock, a drawbridge and vessels sailing along this road.

For several years, due to the completion of hydrotechnical works, the mouth of the Vistula has been navigable. The river is constantly introducing new sediments that block the estuary. It is necessary to systematically lengthen the concrete guides and deepen the bottom. The exit to the Bay of Gdańsk is, however, a route intended rather for experienced sailors. The depth of the river changes frequently and you can encounter large waves coming in from the sea. The rocky shore and numerous fishing nets call for increased caution.

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Marina w Gdyni – Formoza Base – Hexenground Torpedo Station – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Formoza Base

Military Unit 4026. The following units are located here: specialist staff at the Military Control and Measurement Test Grounds, Formoza Military Unit, staff at the Babie Doły airport beacon. Until the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Polish Naval Hydrography Offfice was located in Formosa, now replaced by a special division of divers. The staff and students from the Training Center for Divers and Scuba Divers of the Polish Army also train here on a regular basis.

Babie Doły Torpedo Station / Hexengrund Torpedo Station

The Babie Doły Torpedo Station is visible from the Gdynia shore and is one of the most beautiful objects for photography on the Baltic Sea. It hides a story from the Second World War. It was a torpedo research facility, and today it is a dark ruin jutting out of the sea.

The torpedo stations on the Polish coast were built by the Germans. These were the so-called torpedo research centers in occupied Poland. They were erected during World War II, and torpedoes were mounted inside. There were also practice shootings. Torpedo stations were often connected to the shore by a narrow-gauge railway, which transported torpedo components.

Babie Doły is the northernmost district of Gdynia. It is here, near the shore, that the torpedo depot was built, one of two in Poland. It was a Luftwaffe research facility. The second torpedo house was built nearby, also in Gdynia, in Oksywie – it is a district bordering on Babimi Doły. It was, in turn, the research facility of the Kriegsmarine.

Both facilities were connected by Oksywie Shore Railaway. The narrow-gauge railway was also known as the Kashubian Express. Today, apart from one car, nothing is left of it.

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Marina w Gdyni – Baza Formozy – Torpedownia na Babich Dołach – Mechelinki – Rewa – Osłonino – Rzucewo – Puck – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Formoza Base

Military Unit 4026. The following units are located here: specialist staff at the Military Control and Measurement Test Grounds, Formoza Military Unit, staff at the Babie Doły airport beacon. Until the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Polish Naval Hydrography Offfice was located in Formosa, now replaced by a special division of divers. The staff and students from the Training Center for Divers and Scuba Divers of the Polish Army also train here on a regular basis.

Babie Doły Torpedo Station/ Hexengrund Torpedo Station

The Babie Doły Torpedo Station is visible from the Gdynia shore and is one of the most beautiful objects for photography on the Baltic Sea. It hides a story from the Second World War. It was a torpedo research facility, and today it is a dark ruin jutting out of the sea.

The torpedo stations on the Polish coast were built by the Germans. These were the so-called torpedo research centers in occupied Poland. They were erected during World War II, and torpedoes were mounted inside. There were also practice shootings. Torpedo stations were often connected to the shore by a narrow-gauge railway, which transported torpedo components.

Babie Doły is the northernmost district of Gdynia. It is here, near the shore, that the torpedo depot was built, one of two in Poland. It was a Luftwaffe research facility. The second torpedo house was built nearby, also in Gdynia, in Oksywie – it is a district bordering on Babimi Doły. It was, in turn, the research facility of the Kriegsmarine.

Both facilities were connected by Oksywie Shore Railaway. The narrow-gauge railway was also known as the Kashubian Express. Today, apart from one car, nothing is left of it.

Mechelinki

The charming and small marina is located on the beach in Mechelinki. It is true that only a few cutters moor there, but nevertheless the marina in Mechelinki is one of the most beautiful places related to the fishing culture in Northern Kashubia.

“Rewa Cypel” Headland

“Rewa Cypel” Headland is a sandy, narrowing beach that is up to a kilometer long at low tide. The views of the Bay of Puck and Gdańsk are wonderful! Cypel separates the main beach in Rewa from the one stretching towards Mechelinki. The hallmark of this place is often quite strong winds on the headland, which makes it a great place to learn kitesurfing.

On hot days, the wind is refreshing for sunbathers. However, if you would like to hide from its blasts, it will not be a problem, because you can choose to rest behind small dunes on the eastern beach or relax on the beach from the north.

This curiosity adds even more color to Rewa Cypel! The Rewa Cypel, which was created thanks to sea currents, goes into the depths of the Bay of Puck about 1 kilometer. However, if it were not for the 900-meter ditch, made in order for ships to pass freely, you could walk through the waters of the Bay to the Hel Peninsula! Behind the ditch there is a shallow stretching all the way to Kuźnica on Hel.

This shoal is called in various ways – as Seagull Shoal, Tern Shoal or Seagull Groove. Seagull Shoal divides the Puck Bay into the Puck Lagoon and the Outer Puck Bay. Artificial excavation is the so-called Głębinka.

Osłonino

Osłonino is a small town with a very long and fascinating history. It was here that traces left by the first settlers of this part of Pomerania were discovered.

Archaeologists have managed to find, among other things, traces of houses, jewelry, or decorated clay vessels from several thousand years ago. We hope that the finds will one day become a tourist attraction in Osłonin. Even without their exposure, the town attracts tourists every year. This village is the perfect choice for everyone who wants to relax close to nature.

Nearby is the “Beka” nature reserve, which protects salt meadows with many species of rare plants. Osłonino is a quiet and peaceful place, without crowds of tourists and noisy attractions. The beach, although narrow, has a small pier and picturesque views. While in Osłonino, it is worth visiting the nearby castle in Rzucewo.

Oslonino/Rzucewo Cliff

Less known than the cliff in Orłowo, but equally picturesque. The active cliff of Oslonino enchants with its beauty and power. He has always attracted photographers and painters. Huge boulders lying at its foot create a lunar view. Summer vacationers took a liking to this charming corner before the Second World War. Back then, the number of tourists in the season exceeded the number of inhabitants. Later, scouts, firefighters, and camps took a liking to the camps.

Rzucewo

Rzucewo is a small fishing village just outside Osłonino.

On Cypel Rzucewski, in the long-gone times (5th-2nd century BC), there was a settlement of seal hunters. Traces of the settlement were discovered quite recently, in 1894, and since then a series of archaeological research has been carried out, thanks to which it was possible to learn more about the prehistoric inhabitants of these lands.

Of course, no buildings have survived to our times, but a small museum (the Kashubian Cottage Museum) with archaeological finds has been created on the site.

In the area of Rzucewo Cypel, the Seal Hunters’ Settlement Cultural Park was established. As part of the project, replicas of huts (including shaman’s hut), workshops and totems were recreated. On the hill, directly behind the museum, an observation platform has been built, from which there is a view of the surrounding area and the panorama of the Hel Peninsula.

Puck

Puck is an attractive city for tourists, it is one of the most interesting holiday resorts on the coast. It is characterized by the healing influences of the sea climate, clean water, clean air – filtered with the scent of iodine, as well as a sandy beach with guarded bathing areas. There is no doubt that this fact is conducive to spending free time in the summer on a sunny beach, a safe bathing beach, and for all those who want to rest, regenerate, it is a wonderful and dream holiday.

There are no age limits for sunbathing, so among the visitors there are children, adolescents, adults, even babies and the elderly, even the elderly, who enjoy the fresh sea air under the umbrella. For several years, enthusiasts and lovers of sails, windsurfing and other water sports have unlimited opportunities to use one of the best water reservoirs in Central and Eastern Europe, which is undoubtedly the Puck Bay. This is confirmed by the annually organized European and World Championships in various types of sailing and windsurfing classes.

The pier is an ideal vantage point. It offers views of the Puck ports, beaches, a large part of the church, areas with windmills and the Hel Peninsula stretching for kilometers. On the main pier there is an unusual “Bursztynia” – a round restaurant with glass walls behind which the waters of the Puck Bay extend from everywhere.

A very popular place for walks by residents of Puck and visitors from outside the city.

Route 3 - North

Details:

Time: 3 HOURS

Price: 1000 ZŁ / 333 ZŁ HOUR

Marina w Gdyni – Baza Formozy – Torpedownia na Babich Dołach – Mechelinki – Rewa Rybitwia Mielizna – Wrak – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Baza Formozy

Military Unit 4026. The following units are located here: specialist staff at the Military Control and Measurement Test Grounds, Formoza Military Unit, staff at the Babie Doły airport beacon. Until the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Polish Naval Hydrography Offfice was located in Formosa, now replaced by a special division of divers. The staff and students from the Training Center for Divers and Scuba Divers of the Polish Army also train here on a regular basis.

Torpedownia Babie Doły

The Babie Doły Torpedo Station is visible from the Gdynia shore and is one of the most beautiful objects for photography on the Baltic Sea. It hides a story from the Second World War. It was a torpedo research facility, and today it is a dark ruin jutting out of the sea.

The torpedo stations on the Polish coast were built by the Germans. These were the so-called torpedo research centers in occupied Poland. They were erected during World War II, and torpedoes were mounted inside. There were also practice shootings. Torpedo stations were often connected to the shore by a narrow-gauge railway, which transported torpedo components.

Babie Doły is the northernmost district of Gdynia. It is here, near the shore, that the torpedo depot was built, one of two in Poland. It was a Luftwaffe research facility. The second torpedo house was built nearby, also in Gdynia, in Oksywie – it is a district bordering on Babimi Doły. It was, in turn, the research facility of the Kriegsmarine.

Both facilities were connected by Oksywie Shore Railaway. The narrow-gauge railway was also known as the Kashubian Express. Today, apart from one car, nothing is left of it.

Mechelinki

The charming and small marina is located on the beach in Mechelinki. It is true that only a few cutters moor there, but nevertheless the marina in Mechelinki is one of the most beautiful places related to the fishing culture in Northern Kashubia.

“Rewa Cypel” Headland

“Rewa Cypel” Headland is a sandy, narrowing beach that is up to a kilometer long at low tide. The views of the Bay of Puck and Gdańsk are wonderful! Cypel separates the main beach in Rewa from the one stretching towards Mechelinki. The hallmark of this place is often quite strong winds on the headland, which makes it a great place to learn kitesurfing.

On hot days, the wind is refreshing for sunbathers. However, if you would like to hide from its blasts, it will not be a problem, because you can choose to rest behind small dunes on the eastern beach or relax on the beach from the north.

This curiosity adds even more color to Rewa Cypel! The Rewa Cypel, which was created thanks to sea currents, goes into the depths of the Bay of Puck about 1 kilometer. However, if it were not for the 900-meter ditch, made in order for ships to pass freely, you could walk through the waters of the Bay to the Hel Peninsula! Behind the ditch there is a shallow stretching all the way to Kuźnica on Hel.

This shoal is called in various ways – as Seagull Shoal, Tern Shoal or Seagull Groove. Seagull Shoal divides the Puck Bay into the Puck Lagoon and the Outer Puck Bay. Artificial excavation is the so-called Głębinka.

Tern Shoal

A deserted island on the Gdańsk Bay? Sounds strange, but nothing unusual about it. The bay is full of shallows, especially between Kuźnica on the Hel Peninsula and Rewa on the mainland. The sequence of shallows is also referred to as Tern Shoal or Seagull Groove. There is a sandy island with an area of several thousand square meters, called by local fishermen “dry rivers”.

It is the fishermen who know the most about this place. Some of them many years ago used to swim here to dry their nets. Tourists come here from time to time (for example, from the Hel Peninsula), and for many it is an extraordinary experience. To stand with a dry foot in the middle of the bay is something!

Wreck

The ship was withdrawn from service in 1966. After striking off the fleet, ORP Kujawiak was sunk at Tern Shoal, in the waters of Puck Bay, where it became a bomb testing ground.

Today, the wreck of the Kujawiak lies at a depth of 3-4 m, covered with sand halfway along the side. His kiosk protrudes above the water surface and is visible from a distance. The hull is relatively well preserved. There is a breach near the turret, large enough to swim inside. While inside, you can see what “colander” was made of Kujawiak from the moment it became a training ground.

The sun’s rays penetrate the entire mass of inlet holes, after machine gun shells. The remains of the ballast tanks are littered nearby. The whole thing, apart from divers, was adapted by the local fish, finding shelter in the interior of the ship.

Route 4 - North

Details:

Time: 4,5 Hours

Price: 1350 ZŁ / 300 ZŁ Hour

Marina w Gdyni – Formoza Base –  Hexengrund Torpedo Station – Mechelinki – Rewa – Osłonino – Rzucewo – Kuźnica – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Formoza Base

Military Unit 4026. The following units are located here: specialist staff at the Military Control and Measurement Test Grounds, Formoza Military Unit, staff at the Babie Doły airport beacon. Until the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Polish Naval Hydrography Offfice was located in Formosa, now replaced by a special division of divers. The staff and students from the Training Center for Divers and Scuba Divers of the Polish Army also train here on a regular basis.

Babie Doły Torpedo Station/ Hexengrund Torpedo Station

The Babie Doły Torpedo Station is visible from the Gdynia shore and is one of the most beautiful objects for photography on the Baltic Sea. It hides a story from the Second World War. It was a torpedo research facility, and today it is a dark ruin jutting out of the sea.

The torpedo stations on the Polish coast were built by the Germans. These were the so-called torpedo research centers in occupied Poland. They were erected during World War II, and torpedoes were mounted inside. There were also practice shootings. Torpedo stations were often connected to the shore by a narrow-gauge railway, which transported torpedo components.

Babie Doły is the northernmost district of Gdynia. It is here, near the shore, that the torpedo depot was built, one of two in Poland. It was a Luftwaffe research facility. The second torpedo house was built nearby, also in Gdynia, in Oksywie – it is a district bordering on Babimi Doły. It was, in turn, the research facility of the Kriegsmarine.

Both facilities were connected by Oksywie Shore Railaway. The narrow-gauge railway was also known as the Kashubian Express. Today, apart from one car, nothing is left of it.

Mechelinki

The charming and small marina is located on the beach in Mechelinki. It is true that only a few cutters moor there, but nevertheless the marina in Mechelinki is one of the most beautiful places related to the fishing culture in Northern Kashubia.

“Rewa Cypel” Headland

“Rewa Cypel” Headland is a sandy, narrowing beach that is up to a kilometer long at low tide. The views of the Bay of Puck and Gdańsk are wonderful! Cypel separates the main beach in Rewa from the one stretching towards Mechelinki.

The hallmark of this place is often quite strong winds on the headland, which makes it a great place to learn kitesurfing. On hot days, the wind is refreshing for sunbathers. However, if you would like to hide from its blasts, it will not be a problem, because you can choose to rest behind small dunes on the eastern beach or relax on the beach from the north.

This curiosity adds even more color to Rewa Cypel! The Rewa Cypel, which was created thanks to sea currents, goes into the depths of the Bay of Puck about 1 kilometer. However, if it were not for the 900-meter ditch, made in order for ships to pass freely, you could walk through the waters of the Bay to the Hel Peninsula! Behind the ditch there is a shallow stretching all the way to Kuźnica on Hel.

This shoal is called in various ways – as Seagull Shoal, Tern Shoal or Seagull Groove. Seagull Shoal divides the Puck Bay into the Puck Lagoon and the Outer Puck Bay. Artificial excavation is the so-called Głębinka.

Osłonino

Osłonino is a small town with a very long and fascinating history. It was here that traces left by the first settlers of this part of Pomerania were discovered.

Archaeologists have managed to find, among other things, traces of houses, jewelry, or decorated clay vessels from several thousand years ago. We hope that the finds will one day become a tourist attraction in Osłonin. Even without their exposure, the town attracts tourists every year. This village is the perfect choice for everyone who wants to relax close to nature. Nearby is the “Beka” nature reserve, which protects salt meadows with many species of rare plants.

Osłonino is a quiet and peaceful place, without crowds of tourists and noisy attractions. The beach, although narrow, has a small pier and picturesque views. While in Osłonino, it is worth visiting the nearby castle in Rzucewo.

Osłonino/Rzucewo Cliff

Less known than the cliff in Orłowo, but equally picturesque. The active cliff of Oslonino enchants with its beauty and power. He has always attracted photographers and painters. Huge boulders lying at its foot create a lunar view. Summer vacationers took a liking to this charming corner before the Second World War. Back then, the number of tourists in the season exceeded the number of inhabitants. Later, scouts, firefighters, and camps took a liking to the camps.

Rzucewo

Rzucewo is a small fishing village just outside Osłonino.

On Cypel Rzucewski, in the long-gone times (5th-2nd century BC), there was a settlement of seal hunters. Traces of the settlement were discovered quite recently, in 1894, and since then a series of archaeological research has been carried out, thanks to which it was possible to learn more about the prehistoric inhabitants of these lands.

Of course, no buildings have survived to our times, but a small museum (the Kashubian Cottage Museum) with archaeological finds has been created on the site.

In the area of Rzucewo Cypel, the Seal Hunters’ Settlement Cultural Park was established. As part of the project, replicas of huts (including shaman’s hut), workshops and totems were recreated. On the hill, directly behind the museum, an observation platform has been built, from which there is a view of the surrounding area and the panorama of the Hel Peninsula.

Kuźnica

Kuźnica, still in 1663, was located on an island – at that time, the Hel Peninsula was a series of islets that merged over time to form a scythe-shaped spit. When choosing accommodation by the sea, it is worth considering Kuźnica – in the vicinity of the beach, not too crowded – these are the advantages of Kuźnica.

Kuźnica, once the most populated village of the spit, today is a district of Jastarnia. It is also a popular summer resort, holidaymakers began to come here together with the construction of the railway line connecting Władysławowo with Hel in 1922. This is where the railway line runs closest to the sea shore. No wonder, the Hel Peninsula near Kuźnica is the narrowest – only 200 meters wide. Kuźnica is also a large fishing center. The local population has been fishing for centuries. And to this day, despite the strongly developing tourism, the fishing traditions are maintained in the village. The custom of the boat pilgrimage to the church of Saints Peter and Paul in Puck also survived.

The Herring March is an attraction organized in Kuźnica. It is an event promoting tourism on the Puck Bay, safe rest on the Baltic Sea and nature protection. The march is organized on a rag called Tern Shoal between Kuźnica and Rewa. Moreover, a bicycle path runs through Kuźnica.

The local beach is situated on the side of the open sea, it is fine sand, wide, and there are two passages leading to the beach from the village. To get to the beach, you need to cross the train tracks. On the beach, however, you can come across multi-colored fishing boats. Especially the shallow Pucka Bay creates great conditions for practicing windsurfing.

 From the side of Puck Bay there is a fishing port, guarded by two breakwaters, with a 3.5 hectare pool. The quay was expanded and the building of the boatswain’s office was erected. Here you can easily buy fresh fish, take advantage of the offer of many fryers and smokehouses.

Route 5 - North

Details:

Time: 4 HOURS

PRICE: 1250 ZŁ / 312,50 ZŁ HOUR

Marina w Gdyni – Formoza Base – Hexengrund Torpedo Station – Mechelinki – Rewa – Jastarnia – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Formoza Base

Military Unit 4026. The following units are located here: specialist staff at the Military Control and Measurement Test Grounds, Formoza Military Unit, staff at the Babie Doły airport beacon. Until the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Polish Naval Hydrography Offfice was located in Formosa, now replaced by a special division of divers. The staff and students from the Training Center for Divers and Scuba Divers of the Polish Army also train here on a regular basis.

Babie Doły Torpedo Station/ Hexengrund Torpedo Station

The Babie Doły Torpedo Station is visible from the Gdynia shore and is one of the most beautiful objects for photography on the Baltic Sea. It hides a story from the Second World War. It was a torpedo research facility, and today it is a dark ruin jutting out of the sea.

The torpedo stations on the Polish coast were built by the Germans. These were the so-called torpedo research centers in occupied Poland. They were erected during World War II, and torpedoes were mounted inside. There were also practice shootings. Torpedo stations were often connected to the shore by a narrow-gauge railway, which transported torpedo components.

Babie Doły is the northernmost district of Gdynia. It is here, near the shore, that the torpedo depot was built, one of two in Poland. It was a Luftwaffe research facility. The second torpedo house was built nearby, also in Gdynia, in Oksywie – it is a district bordering on Babimi Doły. It was, in turn, the research facility of the Kriegsmarine.

Both facilities were connected by Oksywie Shore Railaway. The narrow-gauge railway was also known as the Kashubian Express. Today, apart from one car, nothing is left of it.

Mechelinki

The charming and small marina is located on the beach in Mechelinki. It is true that only a few cutters moor there, but nevertheless the marina in Mechelinki is one of the most beautiful places related to the fishing culture in Northern Kashubia.

“Rewa Cypel” Headland

“Rewa Cypel” Headland is a sandy, narrowing beach that is up to a kilometer long at low tide. The views of the Bay of Puck and Gdańsk are wonderful! Cypel separates the main beach in Rewa from the one stretching towards Mechelinki. The hallmark of this place is often quite strong winds on the headland, which makes it a great place to learn kitesurfing.

On hot days, the wind is refreshing for sunbathers. However, if you would like to hide from its blasts, it will not be a problem, because you can choose to rest behind small dunes on the eastern beach or relax on the beach from the north.

This curiosity adds even more color to Rewa Cypel! The Rewa Cypel, which was created thanks to sea currents, goes into the depths of the Bay of Puck about 1 kilometer. However, if it were not for the 900-meter ditch, made in order for ships to pass freely, you could walk through the waters of the Bay to the Hel Peninsula! Behind the ditch there is a shallow stretching all the way to Kuźnica on Hel.

This shoal is called in various ways – as Seagull Shoal, Tern Shoal or Seagull Groove. Seagull Shoal divides the Puck Bay into the Puck Lagoon and the Outer Puck Bay. Artificial excavation is the so-called Głębinka.

Jastarnia

Jastarnia is, next to Hel and Jastrzębia Góra, the most famous summer resort in northern Poland, which was created from the merger of two settlements: Jastarnia Pucka and Boru, i.e. Jastarnia Gdańska. Currently, it also includes Kuźnica, which is a district of Jastarnia, and the most famous Polish bathing resort, Jurata.

It became a typical summer resort only in the twenties, when a railway was brought to the Peninsula. Previously, arriving at the spit was possible only by water, and the length of the journey depended on the strength and direction of the wind. Sometimes it even lasted up to 10 hours, which did not discourage tourists who, in fact, were less numerous, but equally willing to come to the peninsula.

The traditional fishing buildings that have survived in Jastarnia to this day give this place a unique character, and a walk along the fishing streets becomes an unforgettable experience for every tourist. Decorated from the tops with small chapels and images of saints, the fishermen’s huts make the tourist “go back” to the times when Jastarnia was a fishing village.

Jastarnia is not only about fishing and military, but most of all for recreation and relaxation as well as active leisure. The wide beaches encourage you to take long sunbaths and play in the golden sand, while the shallow waters of the “Little Sea” tempt all water sports enthusiasts. Kitesurfing, windsurfing, motorboat rides and water scooters are just a few attractions of Jastarnia. Local fishermen offer sightseeing cruises in the bay with traditional fishing boats, and a marina with 70 berths is prepared for those traveling with their own yacht.

Beautiful beaches, a specific climate with a high content of iodine in the air, warm waters of the Bay of Puck and the sound of the waves of the open sea create ideal conditions for rest even for the most demanding tourists.

Route 6 - North

Details:

Time: 4 HOURS

Price: 1000 ZŁ / 333 ZŁ HOUR

Marina w Gdyni – Formoza Base – Hexengrund Torpedo Station – Mechelinki – Rewa – Jastarnia – Jurata – Hel – Marina w Gdyni

Marina w Gdyni

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level, incl. : Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days, Tall Ship Races and many other. Gdynia’s marina – is the largest and most modern in Poland  – isthe base for all sailing events. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina is busy. Both wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are standing here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. And for those who discovered the love of sails a little later, sailing clubs offer a wide range of courses and charter cruises.

Formoza Base

Military Unit 4026. The following units are located here: specialist staff at the Military Control and Measurement Test Grounds, Formoza Military Unit, staff at the Babie Doły airport beacon. Until the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, Polish Naval Hydrography Offfice was located in Formosa, now replaced by a special division of divers. The staff and students from the Training Center for Divers and Scuba Divers of the Polish Army also train here on a regular basis.

Babie Doły Torpedo Station/ Hexengrund Torpedo Station

The Babie Doły Torpedo Station is visible from the Gdynia shore and is one of the most beautiful objects for photography on the Baltic Sea. It hides a story from the Second World War. It was a torpedo research facility, and today it is a dark ruin jutting out of the sea.

The torpedo stations on the Polish coast were built by the Germans. These were the so-called torpedo research centers in occupied Poland. They were erected during World War II, and torpedoes were mounted inside. There were also practice shootings. Torpedo stations were often connected to the shore by a narrow-gauge railway, which transported torpedo components.

Babie Doły is the northernmost district of Gdynia. It is here, near the shore, that the torpedo depot was built, one of two in Poland. It was a Luftwaffe research facility. The second torpedo house was built nearby, also in Gdynia, in Oksywie – it is a district bordering on Babimi Doły. It was, in turn, the research facility of the Kriegsmarine.

Both facilities were connected by Oksywie Shore Railaway. The narrow-gauge railway was also known as the Kashubian Express. Today, apart from one car, nothing is left of it.

Mechelinki

The charming and small marina is located on the beach in Mechelinki. It is true that only a few cutters moor there, but nevertheless the marina in Mechelinki is one of the most beautiful places related to the fishing culture in Northern Kashubia.

“Rewa Cypel” Headland

“Rewa Cypel” Headland is a sandy, narrowing beach that is up to a kilometer long at low tide. The views of the Bay of Puck and Gdańsk are wonderful! Cypel separates the main beach in Rewa from the one stretching towards Mechelinki. The hallmark of this place is often quite strong winds on the headland, which makes it a great place to learn kitesurfing.

On hot days, the wind is refreshing for sunbathers. However, if you would like to hide from its blasts, it will not be a problem, because you can choose to rest behind small dunes on the eastern beach or relax on the beach from the north.

This curiosity adds even more color to Rewa Cypel! The Rewa Cypel, which was created thanks to sea currents, goes into the depths of the Bay of Puck about 1 kilometer. However, if it were not for the 900-meter ditch, made in order for ships to pass freely, you could walk through the waters of the Bay to the Hel Peninsula! Behind the ditch there is a shallow stretching all the way to Kuźnica on Hel.

This shoal is called in various ways – as Seagull Shoal, Tern Shoal or Seagull Groove. Seagull Shoal divides the Puck Bay into the Puck Lagoon and the Outer Puck Bay. Artificial excavation is the so-called Głębinka.

Jastarnia

Jastarnia is, next to Hel and Jastrzębia Góra, the most famous summer resort in northern Poland, which was created from the merger of two settlements: Jastarnia Pucka and Boru, i.e. Jastarnia Gdańska. Currently, it also includes Kuźnica, which is a district of Jastarnia, and the most famous Polish bathing resort, Jurata.

It became a typical summer resort only in the twenties, when a railway was brought to the Peninsula. Previously, arriving at the spit was possible only by water, and the length of the journey depended on the strength and direction of the wind. Sometimes it even lasted up to 10 hours, which did not discourage tourists who, in fact, were less numerous, but equally willing to come to the peninsula.

The traditional fishing buildings that have survived in Jastarnia to this day give this place a unique character, and a walk along the fishing streets becomes an unforgettable experience for every tourist. Decorated from the tops with small chapels and images of saints, the fishermen’s huts make the tourist “go back” to the times when Jastarnia was a fishing village.

Jastarnia is not only about fishing and military, but most of all for recreation and relaxation as well as active leisure. The wide beaches encourage you to take long sunbaths and play in the golden sand, while the shallow waters of the “Little Sea” tempt all water sports enthusiasts. Kitesurfing, windsurfing, motorboat rides and water scooters are just a few attractions of Jastarnia. Local fishermen offer sightseeing cruises in the bay with traditional fishing boats, and a marina with 70 berths is prepared for those traveling with their own yacht.

Beautiful beaches, a specific climate with a high content of iodine in the air, warm waters of the Bay of Puck and the sound of the waves of the open sea create ideal conditions for rest even for the most demanding tourists.

Jurata

Jurata is a place on the Baltic Sea where you can feel a breath of luxury. Nature lives in its own way here – lush thickets hang over the very seashore, reminiscent of Mediterranean landscapes on sunny days. Walks along the local beach are full of amazing views and the air is extremely clean. Jurata is located on the Hel Peninsula between Jastarnia and Hel …

Jurata is a beautiful place on the Hel Peninsula, where you can relax like nowhere else. The atmosphere of this “town in the city” (because it is only a part of Jastarnia) still has something from the 1930s, when Jurata was a real “vacation hit”. Today it is still so, with the difference that also completely normal people can afford to spend their holidays here;)

The beach in Jurata is located at the end of the promenade, i.e. ul. Międzymorze, to the open Baltic Sea. It is not very wide, about 100 m long and hidden among lush green, lush vegetation. It makes you feel at ease here and totally relax – it’s just very intimate. Even the sand pampers sunbathers here – it is tiny, clean and very bright, in the sun it looks as if it was white.

Jurata most often wins in the rankings for the favorite place on Hel, and it is hardly surprising. The unique atmosphere of the artistic 1930s mixed with modern luxury, additionally located in a beautiful place with clean air, fine light sand … The sunsets viewed from the beach in Jurata are the most beautiful on the Polish coast. You have to see them with your own eyes …

Jurata & Jastarnia Torpedo Stations
From the pier in Jurata, you can see two buildings in Gdansk Bay. They are popularly called torpedo stations, but they were really observation points thanks to which torpedoes launched from the torpedo station in Babie Doły in Gdynia were observed. To our time, there are two points left and there were three of them. A few years ago there was an idea to create a small restaurant in one of them. Tourists would be brought by boat …. Interesting idea, but nothing came of it.

For lovers of the Second World War, these buildings will certainly be an interesting attraction.

Torpedo Testing Buildings in Jurata and Jastarnia

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From the pier in Jurata, you can see two buildings in the bay.. They are popularly called torpedo stations, but actually they were observation points. Torpedoes launched from the torpedo station in Babie Doły in Gdynia were observed here. To our time, there are two points left as there were three of them. A few years ago there was an idea to create a small restaurant in one of them. Tourists would be brought by boat …. Interesting idea, but nothing came of it.

For lovers of the Second World War, these buildings will certainly be an interesting attraction.

Hel

Hel is an old Kashubian port city, but Hel is also the Hel Peninsula. The 34-kilometer long peninsula (actually a spit), resembling a scythe, has various widths.

At its base, in the vicinity of Władysławowo, the peninsula is the narrowest – about 100 meters – and in the vicinity of Hel, the widest – about 3 kilometers. On the peninsula, tourists can enjoy the uncrowded beaches by the open sea or the beaches located by the Bay of Puck.

There are also many facilities on the bay that specialize in servicing windsurfers – there are very good conditions for practicing this sport. A railway line and a road with a bicycle path run through the entire Hel Peninsula.

We can also find a seal sanctuary here. Being part of a scientific and educational academic institution, it supports the reconstruction and protection of gray seals in the southern Baltic region. The center has been in operation since 1999, although activities for the research and protection of seals started much earlier. The inspiration was a successful attempt to cure the first seal delivered for rehabilitation to the Hel facility, named Balbin.

In the sealarium, among others, behavior of seals, methods of nutrition and their diet, age, migration routes, intoxication of tissues with toxic substances, as well as the state of parasite, and identifies the most important threats and causes of death of these animals.

Getting to know the life history of seals, visitors to the seal sanctuary will learn about the problems of nature protection in the Baltic Sea. The facility staff educates and informs everyone who needs this kind of knowledge – from children to politicians. A special educational project called “Blue School”

MARINS

Gdynia Marina -

The "Marina Gdynia" yacht marina has 260 berths with access to water and electricity, and the well-prepared infrastructure for sailors. The Gdynia marina meets all environmental standards, it is possible to use sanitary sewage collection points, chemical toilets, waste segregation point, slipway and a stationary crane with a maximum load of 2.5 tons.

The fuel station located on the quayside enables safe and environmentally friendly refueling. Basin is monitored. The facility is popular among Polish and foreign sailors.

It is a base for many sailing events at the European and global level including Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days and many other. Gdynia's marina is the base for all sailing events - the largest and most modern in Poland. Its unquestionable advantage is its location in the very center of the city. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Gdynia.

From early spring to late autumn, the marina gets busy. Wonderful and luxurious yachts as well as quite small and modest boats are moored here next to each other. Sailing clubs are located around Marina, where even several-year-old children can learn the secrets of sailing. 

54.51715, 18.54991

al. Jana Paw?a II 13A, 81-345 Gdynia

telefon: +48 785 174 719

e-mail: marina@gdyniasport.pl

www: https://gdyniasport.pl/pl/obiekty/marina-gdynia

Gdynia Marina Yacht Park -

Marina Yacht Park is a modern marina, which since this sailing season makes the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea even more attractive. With functional facilities tailored to the needs of the most demanding sailors and a state-of-the-art management and booking system, Marina Yacht Park is ideal for receiving units from Poland and abroad, and also friendly to permanent shipowners.

Marina Yacht Park has 120 berths with access to water and electricity and perfect infrastructure. 72 berths are intended for units shorter than 14 meters (LOA), 42 for units shorter than 12 meters and 6 berths for units below 10 meters. The depth of the marina allows it to accept crafts with a draught of up to 8 meters. In addition, Marina Yacht Park has 8 berths for docking ski jets, small RIBs and training boats. It includes specially designed floating piers for this type of units.  

The marina meets high ecological standards, providing sanitary sewage collection points, chemical toilets, and waste segregation points and the nearby gas station located on the wharf allows safe refueling. The marina is fenced off and constantly monitored.

The project also includes building a functional harbor master's office with an area of over 300 square meters You will find there social facilities, 15 showers, toilets, laundry room, boatswain's room and a room for training and meetings.

54.5212, 18.55171

Arkadiusza Rybickiego 4c, 81-340 Gdynia

telefon: +48 785 557 777

e-mail: office@marinayachtpark.pl

www: https://www.marinayachtpark.pl/

Sopot Marina -

Marina Sopot is a marina in the Bay of Gdańsk which was opened in July 2011 by the President of Poland - Bronisław Komorowski.

It was built in an interesting way, by "sticking" new concrete breakwaters to the structure of the pier. To illustrate the structure of the marina, removing the pier would not cause the marina to collapse. The four-wall structure of the breakwater would remain in the water.

Access to the mooring platform is restricted by the gate. It can be opened only by the card issued by Harbour’s Master and available only to owners and crews of vessels mooring in the marina.

At the end of the pier there is a building. You will find there Meridian restaurant and boatswain's office. Next to it there is a sanitary facility for the crews stationed in the Sopot marina.

When entering the marina, on the right side there is the southern breakwater, where larger crafts are moored. All walkers have access to the pier.

On the left side there are two floating jetties that form three small pools for convenient mooring of sailing yachts, motor yachts or RIB motorboats.

54.44814, 18.57688

ul. Plac Zdrojowy 2, 81-723 Sopot

telefon: +48 797 479 409

e-mail: bosmanat.mosir@use.pl

www: https://www.marina-sopot.com.pl/

Gdańsk Marina przystań jachtowa -

We invite you to yacht harbour “Marina Gdańsk” situated on the Motlawa River in the historical centre of the Hanseatic city of Gdańsk. The harbour is 290 meters long and is situated along the Szafarnia Waterfront near the Maritime Museum of Gdańsk. It is fully equipped with electricity, lighting, water and sanitary facilities. The navigation in the port of Gdańsk from the main entrance up to the Marina is very easy and it takes about 45 minutes. Yacht harbour is able to accommodate sailing yachts with a maximum draft of 3,50 m.



54.34953, 18.6603

ul. Szafarnia 6/U4, 80-755 Gda?sk

tel +48 58 301 33 78 GSM: 695-564-848

e-mail: marina.gdansk@sportgdansk.pl

www: https://www.sportgdansk.pl/obiekty/przystan-jachtowa-marina-gdansk/

Gdańsk Żabi Kruk -

The Marina “Żabi Kruk” is fully equipped yacht harbor with electricity, lightning, water, sanitary and small kitchen facilities. It is located little bit far away from the city center, so the marina is intimate and cozy. Security and CCTV are operating 24/h. Marina is able to accommodate motor and sailing yachts with maximum draft of 3,50 m depending on the water levels and maximum air draft 2,50 m.

54.34223, 18.64858

Żabi Kruk 15 A, 80-822 Gdańsk

tel: +48 506-056-073

e-mail: zabi.kruk@sportgdansk.pl

www: https://www.sportgdansk.pl/obiekty/przystanie-zeglarskie-program-ozywienia-drog-wodnych-w-gdansku/

Gdańsk Twierdza Wisłoujście -

The marina is located at the Wisłoujście Fortress (northern part), we enter from the side of the Vistula Martwa. Mooring available only for the yacht club members, in other cases prior contact with the boatswain is required. Mooring possible bow or stern to the quay. Long-side mooring at the concrete (outer) quay.

54.39587, 18.67913

ul. Stara Twierdza 9/12, 80-561 Gdańsk

telefon: 602 249 490 / 789 029 730

e-mail: brak

www: http://www.pkm.gda.pl

Gdańsk Górki Zachodnie Marina -

The marina’s infrastructure contains: a wharf, a permanent pier, floating piers with berths for approx. 100 sailing and motor yachts. The marina is equipped with basic utilities: water, electricity, lighting.

Specialist workshops allow for minor repairs and renovations.

The main building has sanitary facilities for marina users.

54.36759, 18.77701

Stogi 21, 80-642 Gdańsk

tel: +48 603 766 314

e-mail: ncz@awf.gda.pl

www: http://ncz.awf.gda.pl/

Gdańsk Górki Zachodnie przystań jachtowa -

The Górki Zachodnie yacht marina serves as a year-round berth for recreational vessels and enables their owners and shipowners to use sanitary, social and service facilities. In the area of the marina, the Yacht Club of the Gdańsk Shipyard conducts its statutory activity as a public benefit organization. The marina is used as a place for organizing regattas and training children and youth. Specialized companies servicing recreational vessels run in the area.

The marina is located behind a strip of wooded dunes in the vicinity of a waterfowl reserve and connected by the waters of the Martwa Wisła with the Motława and the Vistula through the lock in Przegalin.

54.35681, 18.78169

Prze?om 9, 80-643 Gda?sk

tel: +48 58 307 31 15

email: brak

www: https://www.sportgdansk.pl/obiekty/przystan-jachtowa-gorki-zachodnie/

Gdańsk Przełom marina -

A friendly port less than a nautical mile from the mouth of the Vistula Śmiała. The marina is located in Gdańsk in Górki Zachodnie, 15 km from the center of Gdańsk. On the area of almost 12,000 m² and thanks to a 140-meter pier, it is adapted for mooring 25 yachts.

54.35806, 18.77961

Przełom 24, 80-643 Gdańsk

tel: +48 668 868 228

email:marina@marinaprzelom.pl

www: www.marinaprzelom.pl

Hel marina w porcie rybackim -

Mooring for boats: Marine is located inside the fishing harbor, which is located on the end of the Hel Peninsula, near a large military port. It is surrounded by system of breakwaters. It has 35 berths for thr visitors with 4-4,5 m depth. Mooring alongside.

Near Marina: Fishing Museum based in XV century Church, XIX fishing huts, Baltic sea seal aquarium, Lighthouse, boat connections to Gdansk, Gdynia, Kaliningrad.

Sailing warnings: Apperance of waves in the basin at strong southerly winds. Entering/leaving harbor with save speed not exceeding 5 knots, 5,8 m draught and after Harbor Master permission (ch: 10)

54.69458, 18.67376

ul. ?eglarska 1, 84-150 Hel

tel. 605 727 070

e-mail: porthel@home.pl

www: www.porthel.home.pl

Puck przystań jachtowa w porcie -

The port in Puck is a port with a fishing harbor and an independent yacht marina. It is the base for the fishing cutters, developing tourist cruises and iwater sports center. 

Port of Puck consists of two basins separated by the beach and the facilities of the Scout Maritime Center.

Traffic is coordinated by the Puck Harbor Master's Office.

Marina accepts yachts with overall lenth of 20 m and a draft not exceeding 2.8 m.

The Fishing Basin has a rectangular shape and 3 quays, the eastern one is 67 m long, the southern 40 m, and the western 74 m. The depths in the pool range from 2.5 m to 3.5 m.

In the area of ​​the Yacht Marina residents can use its infrastructure – toilets and showers. A dedicated toilet allows people with various disabilities to use the marina. 

The Yacht Harbor is currently a small but charming port that meets European standards.

54.72366, 18.41706

Miejski Ośrodek Kultury Sportu i Rekreacji

Molo, Żeglarzy, 84-100, Puck

tel. +48 696 661 111

e-mail: moksir-puck@home.pl

www: http://www.moksir.puck.pl/

Mechelinki -

Between the Mechelińskie Łąki reserve and the cliff, there is a marina with characteristic fishing boats. Mechelinki is the largest fishing port in the Kosakowo commune. There are 9 boats registered here and they are currently based on the beach. It is a charming place where you can take a nice photo and buy a fish straight from the cutter. Recently, a modern fishing harbor with back-up facilities has been built to improve the working conditions of local fishermen.

54.61018, 18.514

Nadmorska, 81-198 Mechelinki

www: http://mechelinki.solectwo.pl/

 

Rewa -

Rewa has two harbors for fishermen and a pier. The establishment of the village is dated for 16th century. Before World War II, passenger ships and small sailing ships moored here. At the moment, the marina has only recreational functions. Rewa is a great alternative to the overcrowded beaches of the Tri-City.

54.63196, 18.49715

ul. Morska 109, 81-198 Rewa

 

Rzucewo -

Rzucewo is a small town in Kashubia, situated on the Baltic Sea, more precisely on the Bay of Puck. Thanks to this location, Rzucewo offers unique beaches. Theyare usually no crowds here so you can sunbathe in peace and quiet, close to nature. The forest is covered by the Seaside Landscape Park. Close to the beach there is a castle in Rzucewo and a unique museum - the Seal Hunters' Settlement.

54.68613, 18.46682

ul. Rzucewo

 

Swarzewo -

Swarzewo is a fishing and tourist town on the Bay of Puck, located at the base of the Hel Peninsula, between Władysławowo and Puck. In Swarzewo, there is a marina with a pier, water crafts rental and a windsurfing school. Swarzewo is the place to rest in silence, without the hustle and bustle of the city. A bicycle path runs through Swarzewo, along the Bay of Puck and the Hel Peninsula - it connects Puck with Hel (about 60 km). At the same time, from Swarzewo, close to Puck, Władysławowo and even the Tri-City - it is a good place to organize interesting car trips around the Gdańsk Coast.

54.76044, 18.40542

ul. Morska 6, Swarzewo

tel. +48 (58) 674 36 16

e-mail: stanicawodna@oksitpuck.pl

www: http://oksitpuck.pl/stanica/

Chałupy -

The port of Chałupy was estimated in 1997. It is located at the eastern end of the village of Chałupy on the Bay of Puck. At a distance of about 100 meters, the visitor can enjoy the charms of one of the most beautiful Baltic beaches.

Wooden piers allows mooring of vessels with a draft of up to 1.2 meters. The parking lot provides space for about 30 cars.

The port includes: a bar with the view on the bay, a traditional Kashubian smokehouse and a restaurant terrace located directly by the water.

A characteristic point that makes it easy to find the marina is a 24-meter-high replica of the mast of a sailing ship from the 19th century.

54.75698, 18.51632

ul. Kaperska 65, 84-120 Władysławowo

tel. +48 693 109 941

e-mail: mcelarek@hotmail.com

www: www.portchalupy.wpt.pl

Kuźnica -

Kuźnica is a fairly large fishing center. There is a fishing port with a marina from the side of Puck Bay. For many years it was a small, unprotected fishing harbor, with a small wharf and a difficult and shallow approach. In autumn 2012, port passe complex modernisation.

Currently, the port is protected by two breakwaters - southern (174 m) and eastern (110 m). The breakwaters are also quays where vessels can moor. The breakwaters are lit and have power connections.

Additionally, on the shore, there are boatswain's office, a social and administrative building for fishermen and sanitary buildings with toilets and showers.

Fairway to the port was deepened.

54.73314, 18.58094

ul. Hallera 1A, 84-130 Ku?nica

tel. brak

e-mail: brak

www: www.kuznica.info.pl

W bliskiej odleg?o?ci od portu znajduje si? molo spacerowe. Przy molo zlokalizowana jest przysta? z pomostami oraz wypo?yczalnia sprz?tu motorowodnego (motor?wki, skutery wodne stoj?ce i siedz?ce), jednostek ?aglowych (katamarany) oraz wodnego sprz?tu rekreacyjnego (??dki, kajaki, rowery)..

W s?siedztwie znajduje si? sma?alnia ryb z miejscami do siedzenia w kszta?cie ??dek, informacja turystyczna, du?y plac zabaw dla dzieci.

54.73151, 18.58727

ul. Hallera, 84-130 Ku?nica

tel. brak

e-mail: brak

www: www.kuznica.info.pl

Jastarnia -

The port of Jastarnia is a fishing and passenger marina. Located on the side of the Bay of Puck. It consists of a port basin, the western part of which is intended for cutters and fishing boats and the eastern part is a yacht marina for recreation and water sports.

54.69458, 18.67376

ul. Portowa 43 , 84-140 Jastarnia

tel. 507 857 652

e-mail: mzp@jastarnia.pl

www: https://www.jastarnia.com/atrakcje/port-rybacki-w-jastarni-1475

Our skippers

We provide experienced skippers at your disposal. Crew who not only limited to the boat skipper’s license but are professionally related with maritime industry.

Our team includes:

  • a graduate of the Gdynia Maritime University, who works on cruise ships in the position of the chief mate
  • a seaman with coxswain ticket, in charge of the rescue crafts on Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel providing service for Oil & Gas industry in the North Sea
  • a graduate of the Gdynia Maritime School, with Officer of the Watch ticket, who sailed deep sea on cargo vessels

The experience they have gained in the merchant navy is obviously greater than the skills acquired during the basic course for the boat skipper and limited experience when sailing only in inland / coastal waters.

Such a crew is a guarantee of a successful and what is the most important – safe voyage.

Jagoda

SKIPPER

Absolwentka Akademii Morskiej w Gdyni, która pracuje na statkach wycieczkowych na stanowisku pierwszego oficera.

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SKIPPER

Marynarz pełniący funkcję sternika łodzi, która zabezpiecza prace na platformach wydobywczych na Morzu Północnym.

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