The main ports in Poland are Gdansk, Gdynia, Szczecin and Swinoujscie. Yachting enthusiasts will be happy to learn that Poland has also many marinas.
The Port of Gdansk is the largest Polish port. It is divided into two major parts, the Internal Port and the North Port. Visitors to Gdansk arrive at the modern terminal connected with the city centre by a network of public bus services. The Port of Gdynia can be easily accessed from the sea and offers an easy route into the city. The Port of Szczecin in north-west Poland is closely linked to the smaller Port of Swinoujscie.
All of these ports offer ferry services and sightseeing trips along the coast with the use of small excursion ships.
The marinas are usually close to the city centres. The largest and the most popular are close to Poland's major harbours. There are also marinas and harbours in the smaller towns such as Kolobrzeg, Ustka, Darlowo and Leba. They offer a full range of services and facilities (electricity, lighting, water and sanitary facilities, etc.).