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Gdansk

Gdansk portFreight ferries to Nynashamn in Sweden.

The City of Gdansk is a polish city on the baltic coast, it is Poland's principal seaport as well as the centre of the country's fourth largest metropolitan area.

Geographically Gdansk is situated at the mouth of the Motlawa River, connected to the Leniwka, a branch in the delta of the nearby Vistula River, whose waterway system supplies 60% of the area of Poland and connects Gdansk to the capital, Warsaw. This provides the city with a unique advantage as the center of Poland's sea trade. The city itself is also an import industrial centre, as well as historically being an important Seaport and Ship building centre.

The port of Gdansk is one of the largest seaports on the Baltic Sea and is divided into two parts, the Inner and Exterior port. The Inner port of Gdansk has specialist cargo handling equipment as well as port infrastructure enabling it to handle grain, fertilizers, lumber, ore, steel and containers as well as RO-RO vessel servicing.

From Gdansk there are ferries to Nynashamn in Sweden with Polferries.

Ferry Routes to Gdansk

1 crossing per day
19 hour crossing

Ferry Routes from Gdansk

1 crossing per day
19 hour crossing

Gdansk Details

Geolocation

Polferries Gdansk: ul. Mjr. Sucharskiego 70, 80-602 Gdańsk

Toilet

Vending

Shops

Shower

24 Hour Parking

Restaurant

Lounge

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