Yacht showcases of Tricity and the surrounding area.

Cities in Pomorskie located on the Bay of Gdansk and the Baltic coast are not only places rich in history and culture, but also a paradise for sailing enthusiasts. Here is a guide to the most popular marinas in Tricity and Puck, Jastarnia, Hel, Wladysławowo and Leba, which with very good infrastructure are excellent bases for all sailors.

Marina Gdansk

Marina Gdańsk located in the heart of Gdansk, offers not only the necessary amenities for yachts, but also access to the bustling city. Marina guests can visit historical monuments, enjoy exquisite food in nearby restaurants and take advantage of Gdansk’s many attractions.

For those who want to learn more about Poland’s maritime history, we recommend a visit to the National Maritime Museum adjacent to the marina, where many valuable exhibits related to shipping are available. It’s the perfect place to start or end your sailing adventure.

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Marina Sopot

At the end of the longest pier on the Baltic Sea there is a unique yacht marina. The facility, 500 meters out into the sea, is a modern place ready to accommodate sailing and motor yachts. After arriving at the port, in addition to access to the entire infrastructure, after a 5-minute walk along the Sopot pier, sailors will be taken to the very heart of the city to the Sopot’s Friends Square.

When arriving at Marina Sopot, sailors can be sure that their stay will not only be comfortable, but also full of attractions. It is an ideal place for those who want to combine sailing with entertainment and sightseeing in the charming city of Sopot.

Marina Gdynia

There are two modern marinas in Gdynia, with 410 moorings and all amenities for sailors. Yacht ports are located on both sides of Kosciuszko Square, remaining practically in the city center.

Marina Gdynia and Marina Yacht Park are currently one of the most modern sailing facilities in Poland, attracting both domestic and foreign sailors with their modern infrastructure and a rich calendar of sailing events. Both of these marinas are not only perfect places for mooring yachts, but also centres of entertainment, education and recreation for lovers of the sea and sailing.

Marina Puck

Marina Puck is a new facility with a total of 180 mooring places. The entire port consists of a sports part with 66 places, a historical fishing part with 16 places and the newest one, opened in 2023, with 98 places. Choosing to sail on the calmer waters of the Bay of Puck, a visit to Puck is almost a sailing duty for those who have not visited this place before.

Puck is a unique place for Polish sea sailing. In 1920, on February 10 and 11, the Wedding of Poland to the Sea ceremony took place, symbolizing Poland’s regaining access to the Baltic Sea.


Sailors have had their place in Jastarnia for a long time and already before World War II, thanks to Mariusz Zaruski, courses for young sailing adepts were held here.

The marina is a large area protected by two breakwaters. It can accommodate 60 units with max. immersion depth of 5 m, and consists of 2 marinas, LOK and Marina Jastarnia. The western quay is reserved for the white fleet and mooring there is prohibited.

Marina Hel

One of undoubtedly the most popular cities in Poland, located at the end of the Hel Peninsula, attracts thousands of tourists and sailing enthusiasts every year. The marina in Hel offers 35 places and is adjacent to the fishing port. Additionally, during the season, the large number of tourist ships means that manoeuvring in the port must be done with great care.

After disembarking, the sailors find themselves in the city center with the characteristic buildings of Wiejska Street. In addition to excellent catering facilities with a wide selection of freshly caught fish, there are also companies organizing wreck diving for diving enthusiasts.

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Marina Władysławowo

The northernmost marina in Poland is located in the fishing port. It is an excellent base and the most frequently chosen one for further cruises towards Scandinavia. Although the fishing port is the largest port of this type in Poland, the sailing marina itself is small and in the season it can be difficult to find a free place there.

Marina Łeba

Leba, with its impressive dunes and the Slowinski National Park nearby, is an extraordinary place on every sailor’s map. Marina Leba offers quiet mooring and access to one of the most beautiful seaside areas in Poland. The facility has 120 places for sailing and motor yachts and very good facilities. The yacht basin is separated from the port canal by a 160-meter causeway, which guarantees very good parking conditions.



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