The best yacht marinas in the Tri-City
Marinas have become one of the modern and fashionable tourist attractions. Yacht ports are currently thriving centers in coastal cities. They have their own infrastructure, develop quickly, focus on modern solutions, and most importantly, they please the eye not only of their users, but also of people from the outside. Isn't it great to drink coffee in the morning on the terrace overlooking the Gdynia marina? Well, that's it! We have such apartments. Feel the magic, see what yacht marinas you can see in the Tri-City.Marina Gdynia
It is considered the largest and most modern marina in Poland. It has become a fashionable, innovative place, where everyone can feel a bit of luxury and prestige. Located in the very center of the city, it is one of the most beautiful places in Gdynia. It is located on the right side of Kosciuszko Square (looking towards the Gulf of Gdańsk). The Wind and Water Fair, Gdynia Saling Days and rallies of the largest sailing ships in the world are held here. The marina has 260 berths with access to water and electricity. Thanks to its popularity, great infrastructure and innovative solutions, it is very popular among Polish and foreign sailors. Distinguishing signs far from the Marina are: shipyard and commercial port facilities, eastern breakwater, "Dar Pomorza" masts and the Sea Towers skyscraper.
It was built in 1997. At that time, the city celebrated its 1000th anniversary and joined the group of European cities with yacht ports located in the very center. The marina is located along the Szafarnia Quay on the Nowa Motława River, opposite the famous Gdańsk Crane. It is fully equipped with electricity, lighting, water and sanitary facilities. It is an attraction not only for sailors, but also for tourists visiting the city. Hundreds of yachts, both Polish and foreign, moor here. Marina Gdańsk quickly became another showcase of this city. Regular events take place there, such as the Baltic Sail, Zaruski Cup, Oldtimer Rally, Regatta and Marina Gdańsk Cup, as well as a parade of 50-year-old yachts and sailing ships.
The Sopot marina is the newest yacht port on the Gulf of Gdańsk. It opened in 2011. It is located at the end of the Sopot pier, the longest wooden pier in Europe. It was built by "gluing" new concrete breakwaters to the bridge structure. Two of them, the eastern one and the one on the side of the spur, i.e. located on the beach side, are closed to visitors and available only to the crews of mooring vessels. Breakwaters: at the pier itself and the southern one, going towards Gdańsk, lying on the side of the open sea, are available to everyone. The Sopot marina is very popular with yachts coming here, both from Poland and abroad. There are over a hundred berths in the marina. It is a modern place on the map of Sopot, adding prestige to it. Luxury events, sailing events and trainings are held there.
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