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Building of the port of Gydnia began in 1921 but financial difficulties cause interruptions and by 1923 the port still had only a small harbour and one pier. Through late 1930, new docks, piers, breakwaters, and port and industrial facilities arose in the Port of Gdynia. By 1938, the year when the Gdynia shipyard began to build ships, it was the most modern and biggest seaport on the Baltic Sea and one of Europe's ten biggest ports.

Toda Gydnia is a multipurpose port with terminals dedicated for container, ro-ro, general cargo and bulk cargoes. Situated on the north coast of Poland, Gdynia is in a perfect position to offer regular passenger ferries to to Karlskrona in Sweden, Helsinki in Finland and Rostock in Germany. Gdynia port is open 24 hours a day.

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Route Price Fare Details
Karlskrona - Gdynia
(Stena Line)
£204.55
  • Booked: Monday, 26 August 2019
  • Travel: Tuesday, 17 September 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 2

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Gdynia Port Facilities

Facilities at the port are limited but you can find various amenities in the town not far away from the harbour.


Getting to the port

Gdynia is well connected to the rest of Poland by the motorway E28 and the roads numbered 6, 20, 1 and 7. From Gdansk: Gdansk and Gdynia are only about 18 Km apart. Head North-West toward Grzegorza Piramowicza and continue straight on Aleja Grunwaldzka, the same road will change names to Aleja Niepodleglosci and Aleja Zwyciestwa and will lead you straight to the centre of Gdynia.


Useful Information

Gdynia Port Authority : +48 58 627 40 46

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Port Addresses

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Kwiatkowskiego 60, PL-81156, Gdynia, Poland