signs shipping

A. Prohibitory Signs

1. No entry
2. No overtaking
3. No overtaking of convoys by convoys
4. No passing or overtaking of other vessels
5. No berthing (no anchoring or making fast) on the side of the waterway on
which the sign stands
6. No anchoring or trailing of anchors, chains or cables on the side of the
waterway on which the sign stands
7. No mooring on the side of the waterway on which the sign stands
8. No turning
9. Do not create wake or wash (suction effect)
10. No passing outside the area marked with boards or green lights
11. No passing outside the area marked with boards
12. Entry prohibited – but prepare to get under way
13. Motorised vessels prohibited
14. Sports or pleasure craft prohibited
15. Water skiing prohibited
16. Sailing vessels prohibited
17. Rowing boats prohibited
18. Use of sailboards prohibited
19. End of zone of high-speed navigation of small sports or pleasure craft
20. No launching or beaching of vessels
21. Water scooters prohibited


B. Mandatory Signs

22. Proceed in the direction shown by the arrow
23. Move to the side of the fairway on your port side
24. Move to the side of the fairway on your starboard side
25. Keep to the side of the fairway on your port side
26. Keep to the side of the fairway on your starboard side
27. Cross fairway to port
28. Cross fairway to starboard
29. Stop as prescribed in the regulations
30. Do not exceed the speed indicated (in km/h)
31. Give a sound signal
32. Keep a particularly sharp lookout
33. Keep a particularly sharp lookout when entering the main waterway
34. Keep a particularly sharp lookout when crossing the main waterway
35. Vessels proceeding on the main waterway must, if necessary, change course
or speed to allow vessels to leave tributary waterways
36. Obligation to enter into a radiotelephone link
37. Obligation to enter into a radiotelephone link on the channel indicated

 

C. Restrictive Signs

38. Depth of water limited (in metres)
39. Headroom above water level limited (in metres)
40. Width of passage or fairway limited
41. There are restrictions on navigation: make enquiries
42. The fairway lies at the distance indicated from the right (left) bank (in
metres)

 

D. Recommendatory Signs

43. Passage in both directions
44. Passage only in the direction indicated (passage in the opposite direction
prohibited)
45. You are recommended to keep within the area indicated
46. You are recommended to proceed in the direction shown by the arrow





E. Informative Signs

47. Entry permitted
48. Overhead power line crossing (height above the highest navigable water
level)
49. Weir close ahead
50. Cable ferry
51. Ferry boat moving independently
52. Berthing permitted
53. Berthing permitted on the stretch of water of the breadth measured from
and shown on the board in metres
54. Berthing permitted on the stretch of water bounded by two distances
measured from and shown on the board in metres
55. Maximum number of vessels permitted to berth abreast.
56. Berthing area reserved for pushing-navigation vessels that push but do not
carry hazardous materials
57. Berthing area reserved for pushing-navigation vessels that are required to
carry one blue light or one blue cone
58. Berthing area reserved for pushing-navigation vessels that are required to
carry two blue lights or two blue cones
59. Berthing area reserved for pushing-navigation vessels that are required to
carry three blue lights or three blue cones
60. Berthing area reserved for vessels other than pushing-navigation vessels
that are not required to carry marking
61. Berthing area reserved for vessels other than pushing-navigation vessels
that are required to carry one blue light or one blue cone
62. Berthing area reserved for vessels other than pushing-navigation vessels
that are required to carry two blue lights or two blue cones
63. Berthing area reserved for vessels other than pushing-navigation vessels
that are required to carry three blue lights or three blue cones
64. Berthing area reserved for all vessels that are not required to carry marking
65. Berthing area reserved for all vessels that are required to carry one blue
light or one blue cone
66. Berthing area reserved for all vessels that are required to carry two blue
lights or two blue cones
67. Berthing area reserved for all vessels that are required to carry three blue lights or three blue cones
68. Anchoring or training of anchors, chains or cables permitted
69. Making fast to the bank permitted
70. Berthing area reserved for loading and unloading vehicles
71. Turning area
72. Crossing with secondary waterway ahead
73. Junction with secondary waterway ahead
74. Crossing with main waterway ahead
75. Junction with main waterway ahead
76. End of a prohibition, obligation, or restriction – applies to traffic in one direction only
77. One or two fixed white lights before an obstacle – stop if the regulations so require
78. One or two flashing white lights before an obstacle – you may proceed
79. Drinking water supply
80. Telephone
81. Motorised vessels permitted
82. Sports or pleasure craft permitted
83. Water skiing permitted
84. Sailing vessels permitted
85. Rowing boats permitted
86. Use of sailboards permitted
87. High-speed navigation of small sports and pleasure craft permitted
88. Launching or beaching of vessels permitted
89. Possibility of obtaining nautical information on the radiotelephone channel indicated
90. Water scooters permitted


Marks Indicating Fairway Limits on Maritime Waters

1. The port side of the fairway
2. The starboard side of the fairway
3. Starboard bifurcation (main fairway on the right)
4. Port bifurcation (main fairway on the left)
5. Isolated danger marks
6. Safe water marks
7. Special marks
8. Navigable passage under fixed bridges – port side
9. Navigable passage under fixed bridges – starboard side
10. Navigable passage under fixed bridges – best passage point
11. Vertical clearance under bridge span at medium water
level
12. Limited headroom, depth, or width of passage

Marks Indicating Fairway Limits on Inland Waterways

1. The left side of the fairway
2. Fairway bifurcation
3. The right side of the fairway
4. Dangerous place near the left edge of the fairway.
5. Dangerous place in mid-fairway
6. Dangerous place near the right edge of the fairway.
7. Isolated danger mark
8. Safe water mark
9. Fairway near the left bank
10. Fairway near the right bank
11. Fairway cross-over from right to left bank
12. Fairway cross-over from left to left right bank
13. Mark placed on the left side of exit from lake or broad waterway
14. Mark placed on the right side of exit from lake or broad waterway
15. The “A” (Alpha) flag. Caution! Diver down.




CAUTION!
Inland waterways (with the river current)
Red colour – the right (starboard) side of the fairway
Green colour – the left (port) side of the fairway
Maritime waters
Red colour – the left (port) side of the fairway
Green colour – the right (starboard) side of the fairway

INTRODUCTION

1

Part One. Discovering the Żuławy Loop

2

Tales of the Loop: A Page from History

3

Harmony: The Key to Reading the Landscapes of Żuławy

4

Architecture: The Land of Arcaded Houses and Hydrotechnical Monuments

5

Part Two. The Sailing Routes of the Żuławy Loop: Sailing and Sightseeing

6

The Vistula

7

The Martwa Wisła, the Śmiała Wisła, the Motława Gdańska

12

The Szkarpawa

14

The Wisła Królewiecka

16

The Elbląg River and the Jagielloński Canal

18

The Nogat

20

The Wielka Święta–Tuga

24

The Vistula Lagoon

26

Pasłęka River and the Canal of Pasłęka

29

The Kaliningrad Lagoon

30

Part III. The ABC of Sailing: Before You Sail on the Żuławy Loop

32

Proposed Trip Routes

33

II. The Little Loop of Żuławy

34

III. To the Capital of the Vistula Żuławy

35

IV. From Gdańsk to the Vistula Lagoon

36

V. Down the Vistula to Gdańsk

37

VI. Around the Vistula Lagoon

38

Informator

39

Captain’s Tips

40

signs shipping

41

signs shipping

42

Część IV. Nautical Base of the Żuławy Loop. Ports and marinas.

43

Mooring Platforms in Tczew

44

The passenger and yacht harbour in Tczew

45

The fishing port in Świbno

46

The fishing harbour in Mikoszewo

47

Marina in Błotnik

48

Harbour „Tęcza”

49

River side hostel in Wiślinka

50a

Maritime Yacht Club “Neptun”

50

Marina Delphia Yachts - Górki Zachodnie

51

Gdańsk Shipyard Yacht Club

52

Joseph Conrad Yacht Club

53

Academic Maritime Club in Gdańsk

54

AZS Cosa - Academic Sports Association in Gdańsk

55

The National Sailing Centre of the University School of Physical Education and Sport

56

Gdańsk Maritime Club Yachting Harbour

57

Marina on „Tamka” Street

58

Yachting Harbour “Stewa”

59

Northern Yacht Club Harbour

60

WOPR Gdańsk Harbour

61

Marina Gdańsk

62

Kayak and Motorboat Harbour “Żabi Kruk”

63

Marina Sienna Grobla II

64

Polish Maritime Club Harbour (Wisłoujście)

65

Mooring piers in Drewnica

66

Harbour in Żuławki

67

Mooring piers in Rybina

68

Yacht harbor in Rybina

69

Yacht harbor in Osłonka

70

Houseboat Harbour in Rybina

71

Marina Baltica in Sztutowo

72

Yacht harbor in Sztutowo

73a

Yacht Wharf by the Zygmunt August Boulevard in Elbląg

73

Yacht harbor Fala

74

The marina of Scout Water Centre “Bryza”

75

Yacht Club Elbląg

76

Yacht harbor in Biała Góra

77

The harbour of the Sports and Leisure Centre in Malbork.

78

Castle Harbour in Malbork

79a

“Park Północny” harbour in Malbork

79

The harbour in Kamienica Elbląska

80

The harbour in Nadbrzeże

81

The harbour in Suchacz

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The harbour in Kadyny

83

The harbour in Tolkmicko

84

The port in Frombork

85

The port in Piaski

86

The yacht port in Krynica Morska

87

The fishing port in Krynica Morska

88

The port of Kąty Rybackie

89

Yacht harbor in Kąty Rybackie

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Sailing harbour “Neptun” in Kąty Rybackie

91

The port of Nowa Pasłęka

92

“Dom Rybaka” harbour in Stara Pasłęka

93

Stara Pasłęka harbour

94

Yacht harbor in Braniewo

95

Explanation of the symbols of services available on harbours and their surroundings (1.5 km).

96

Water nodes of the Żuławy Loop.

97

Gdańsk Water Tram

98

Legend

99

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