Passenger pier and quay


Currently, the passenger pier is approximately 100 metres long. Due to the fact that it will be extended by over 65 metres, it will open the possibility for passenger ships up to 36 m long and vessels of the Maritime Office in Gdynia, which is the investor, to moor there.

Importantly, the safety of vessels will also increase, as extending the pier will reduce waving inside the port. But this is not all. The Sopot-based NDI group, in the “Design and Build” formula, will also secure the slope and extend the berth in the port of Krynica Morska by 50 metres.

This part of the work also provides for dredging works, strengthening the eastern section of the North Basin (91 metres long) and the northern shore of the North Basin.

There are also plans to pave nearly 200 metres of a nearby road with new lighting. For those who come by car, there will be a car park for 22 cars.

The construction of new hydraulic engineering and road structures will increase the importance of the port on the tourist map of the Polish coast. Works in the port of Krynica are to finish next year. The contractor, the NDI group, has 17 months to complete them. The investor is the Maritime Office in Gdynia. The cost is PLN 8 million gross. Its significant part will be covered by EU funding from the Regional Operational Programme of the Pomeranian Voivodeship for 2014-2020.

NDI General Contractor NDI
Urząd Morski w Gdyni Investor Urząd Morski w Gdyni
2021-2022 Project's execution 2021-2022