Gdynia

General Information

Port of Gdynia is a universal and one of the leading ports in the Baltic Sea region. It specializes in handling general cargo, including containers, ro-ro, ferry and other unitized cargoes as well as all types of bulk cargoes. The port has a well-developed network of multimodal transport connections, to the hinterland and to its foreland by regular Short Sea Shipping Lines as well as ferry connections.

Basic navigational and technical information
-easy maritime access to the port,
-natural protection provided by the Hel Peninsula,
-2,5 km long external breakwater,
-maritime entrance to the port: 150 m wide with a draught of 14.1 m,
-2 maritime fairways,
-convenient and safe access to quays,
-total port area: 755.4 ha, including 508 ha land area,
-administrative area of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. 264 ha,
-total length of quays: 11.0 km,
-max. draught along the quays: 13.0 m.

SHORT SEA SHIPPING INFORMATION
The port has a well-developed network of multimodal transport connections, to the hinterland and to its foreland by regular Short Sea Shipping Lines as well as ferry connections

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Type of business
Goods handling
Port authority
Other
Ownership
Public
Transhipment alternatives
Road
Rail
Inland waterways
Feeder
RoRo/FerriesNumber of berthsMax draught (m)  
Goods 4 10,3    
Passenger 2 8,7    
LoLo  Number of cranesMax lifting capacity
Container 6 12,7 10 55
General Cargo 6 9,90 22 100
Break bulk not available not available not available not available
Bulk  Main type of commodities
Dry 7 13 coke, grain and fodder, ores, fertilizers, aggregates other dry bulk cargoes
Liquid 2 10,8 sugar molasses, palm oil and monoethylene glycol and liquid bulk cargoes (including 3, 6, 8 and 9 class chemicals as per IMDG code).
     
Cruise 2 11,0    
Other - -