The advisability of building the deepwater seaport in Central Pomerania. Preliminary study

Tadeusz Wójcicki

DOI: 10.21858/msr.34.01

Vol. no: 34

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Poland’s main ports are awkwardly located exclusively at either the western or eastern end of the Polish Baltic coast, i.e. at the mouth of the Oder River or in the area of the Vistula’s estuary to the sea, and are about 280-290 km apart in a straight line. It is therefore worth considering the rationale of building a fourth deep-water port, located more or less in the middle between them, i.e. somewhere in central Pomerania, preferably on the stretch of coast between the main cities of this part of Pomerania, between Kołobrzeg and Koszalin.