The Port of Gdynia Authority will build new 2 km breakwaters


By Marek Grzybowski

Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. received financial support from the State Treasury for this purpose. The announcement was preceded by the signing of an investment agreement and an increase in the company’s share capital. The signed investment agreement and the increase in the Company’s share capital give the green light to implement the project using funds from the State Treasury budget.

The Port of Gdynia Authority has completed all the necessary preparatory work for the construction of breakwaters. The goal is to optimize the investment in terms of time and costs. A functional and utility program and an investor cost estimate were developed.

A decision was made to determine the location of the investment in the construction of an external port for the area including breakwaters. Geological research was planned. Geological and engineering documentation was adopted. Actions preceded by extensive conceptual and environmental analyses.

An environmental decision was obtained. Documentation of the tender procedure was prepared and published on the Port of Gdynia tender platform on November 15. The proceedings are conducted in the most transparent and competitive open tender mode. The tender covers the preparation of design documentation and construction works.

The Outer Port of Gdynia will have a new 151 hectares of port area. The investor’s main partner will be the Maritime Office in Gdynia. The Maritime Office in Gdynia has widened the approach track to the port of Gdynia. The track leading to the port is two hundred and eighty meters long and covers a distance of 3.7 kilometers. The breakwater heads were moved. This allows for straight-line movement of ships entering the port.

The occupancy permit is guaranteed after winning the tender.