53°54,48’’ N 14°16,28’’ E
Yachthafen Nordbecken
Władysława IV
72-600 Świnoujście

Świnoujście is located on the Polish part of the island of Usedom and on the island of Wolin. The Świna and the Piastowski Canal between the two islands form the gateway to the Szczecin Lagoon and Szczecin. The two parts of the city are connected by ferries. The Yacht Port North Basin is located on the western shore of the Świna, on the island of Usedom.

The city of Świnoujście can be reached via the island of Usedom via the Zecheriner Peenebrücke (on the B 110 between Anklam and Usedom). From Poland, take the national road S3/3 from Goleniow and then cross the south of the city by car ferry to Świna.

Parking spaces are available for loading and unloading in the immediate vicinity of the berths. Sufficient long-term parking is available nearby for a fee.

Świnoujście is easily accessible by train from Hamburg, Berlin and other cities in Germany. The Usedomer Bäderbahn stops at the train station in the centre. From Poland, you arrive at the ferry terminal on the island of Wolin and must change to the other side of the Świna. The harbour is reached after about 500 metres in a northerly direction.

There are good connections to Świnoujście from Sweden (Ystad, Trelleborg). From the ferry port, you can take a ferry to the other side of the Šwina to reach the marina. Pedestrians can take the city ferry directly to the city centre at the terminal. Motorists must use the ferry south of the city.

The nearest airports are Berlin and Hamburg. From there, the journey then continues by train, rental car or bus to Świnoujście.

In the centre of Świnoujście, about 1.5 kilometres away, there are supermarkets for all your daily needs. All the major supermarket chains are to be found about 2.5 kilometres away from the marina.

A beach promenade, the highest lighthouse on the Baltic Sea, fortresses.