Kolobrzeg (PLKOL)

Port Code PLKOL City Kolobrzeg
Port Name Kolobrzeg Country/Region Poland
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Kolobrzeg (PLKOL)



      A port on the South Bank of the Baltic Sea in Poland.When East 1 standard is adopted.The maximum draft is 4.6 meters.The loading density of water is 1006.The tidal range is negligible.The prevailing wind direction changes from southwest to northeast.Compulsory pilotage, VHF channels 10, 11, 12, 14 and 16 for communication.Special port system.Working hours: 7:00-22:00.There are no entry restrictions.Port service facilities: ship repair, small boats, fueling, medical treatment, fresh water, supplies and repatriation, dry dock, towing and sewage disposal.The nearest railway station is kovashirekeduo station, and the nearest airport is Koszalin about 1.5 hours by car from the port.General cargo / bulk cargo berth: weglowe berth, 250m long, draught 5-6.5m.Zbozowe berth, 200m long, draught 5-6.5m.Slnpskie berth is 125 meters long and has a draught of 5-6.5 meters.Koszalinskie berth is 145 meters long with draught of 5-6.5 meters. Ro ro berth is 67 meters long with draught of 5-6.5 meters.

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Summary of PLKOL

The Port of Kołobrzeg (Port Code:PLKOL) is the sixth largest commercial port in Poland, has a total quayage length of 2,500m (including the fishing port), with berths handling dry bulk cargo, grain, feed stuff, timber and general cargo. The seaport is located in Kołobrzeg, Poland at the Baltic Sea, at the Parsęta river. The Port has a yacht harbour, fishing harbour, ferry harbour. The commercial berths are located on the east side and the fishing berths on the west side of the port. Prolonged stormy weather causes silting within the harbour and the authorities should be consulted for the latest depth information. Approx 100 vessels, 104,000t of cargo and 37,900 passengers handled annually. In 2006, cargo traffic in the seaport was equaled 157,600 tons. In 2006, to the port arrived 18,972 passengers and departed 18,996 passengers in international traffic.