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Szczecin

Szczecin

Seaports are the farthest Polish cities to the west. Their location is an important factor determining directions and possibilities of development of both ports as well as of the entire sea region. Ports in Szczecin and Swinoujscie are one of the largest port groups in the region of the Baltic Sea....

Swinoujscie

Swinoujscie

Seaports are the farthest Polish cities to the west. Their location is an important factor determining directions and possibilities of development of both ports as well as of the entire sea region. Ports in Szczecin and Swinoujscie are one of the largest port groups in the region of the Baltic Sea....

Seehafen Wismar

Seehafen Wismar

We are your reliable partner for logistics in the Baltic Sea region. The central position of Wismar seaport is ideal for north-south traffic between Central Europe and Scandinavia. But this location also plays an important role in the grouping and distribution of goods flows due to its east-west con...

Sassnitz

Sassnitz

MUKRAN PORT, Germany’s sea port with the geographic and nautical shortest distance to Scandinavia, Finland, Russia and the Baltic States, lies in the north east of the island Rügen. The port has been the construction base for several OWF projects.

Rostock Sea Port

Rostock Sea Port

The port of Rostock offers outstanding nautical conditions. The protected location of the port at the mouth of the Warnow River on the Baltic Sea and the sea channel with a length of 3.6 nautical miles long and depth of 14.5 m allow a very easy approach. The port can accommodate ships with a len...

Rostock

Rørvig Havn

Ronne Havn

Ronne Havn

The Port of Roenne is the largest traffic and commercial port on the Danish island of Bornholm with more than 3,000 ships calling at the Port every year.

Rødvig Havn

Rødvig Havn

Rødvig Havn is a small Danish marine. Vattenfall built a temporary construction facility at the location to support Kriegers Flak during the construction phase.

Mukran (Sassnitz)

Mukran (Sassnitz)

Sea Terminal Sassnitz is available for all types of cargo and ideal for offshore wind components. The multipurpose terminal is located on the island of Rugen, in Germany's easternmost deep-water port, and thus, has direct access to the Baltic Sea.

Lubmin

Leba

Leba

In the port of Łeba, there is room for 120 vessels of various classes, also for sailing yachts up to 18 m long and motor yachts up to 24 m long. Parking spaces allow you to use water and electricity connections. It is also worth noting that the parking spaces are located next to the gangways of floa...

Klintholm Havn

Klintholm Havn

Klintholm is a small port which provides support to the EnBW Balic OWFs. Vattenfall's O&M base for the Kriegers Flak project is also located in the port.

Karehamn