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Szczecin - Swinoujscie Port Regulations and Navigation Information

The following regulations were issued by the Maritime Office of Szczecin: Standing Order No 10 of Director of Maritime Office in Szczecin, dated April 28th 2000.

Contents

  1. Rules of Vessel Traffic
  2. Signalling System
  3. Pilotage
  4. Towage
  5. Mooring

Mooring

  • All vessels with length exceeding 40 m are obliged to use the boatmen service.
  • For mooring operations and for vessels with try or for request of capitan motorboats are to be supplied.
  • In the case of mooring or unmooring with dolphins, mooring motorboats are to be used regardless of the size of the vessel.
  • In the case of mooring or unmooring a vessel without its own propulsion which has difficulty in manoeuvring, the numbers of linesmen and mooring motorboats are determined by the Harbour Master's Office.
  • The required number of linesmen, depending on vessel's size, is given in the following table:
    OPERATION
    Length of vessels in meters
    40 ÷120
    120 ÷ 200
    over 200
    mooring
    2 ÷ 3
    3 ÷ 5
    6
    unmooring
    1 ÷ 2
    2 ÷ 4
    5

Mooring by the quays:

  • Kra,
  • Cementowe,
  • Fosfatowe,
  • Snop,
  • Huk,
  • Cal,
  • Oko,
  • Gnieznieńskie,
  • Mak,
  • Krakowskie,
  • Luksemburskie,
  • Zbożowe,
  • Holenderskie,
  • Belgijskie,
  • Polskie,
  • Węgierskie,

is to be done with the use of at least 2 springs and at least 3 bow lines and 3 stern lines.

 

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