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Sztynort

Sztynort

Marina in Poland

Over 450 berths, functional infrastructure, sanitary, accommodation and catering facilities, cultural events ... What more could a sailor want? The largest port in Masuria has a lot to offer. Due to its location right next to the Great Masurian Lakes Trail, beautiful surroundings and functionality, it is one of the most popular points on the routes of many regulars. It will be appreciated by pare

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54.12931 N, 21.67992 E
Weather
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5AM - 9AM
13 April 2024
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W 10–12 knots. Gusts up to 23 knots.
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11°C
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Cloudy
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9AM - 1PM
13 April 2024
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W 10–12 knots. Gusts up to 21 knots.
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10–13°C
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UV Index: 1 - Low
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Cloudy
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1PM - 5PM
13 April 2024
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W 9–11 knots. Gusts up to 17 knots.
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13°C
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Cloudy
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Galindia

Galindia

Marina in Warmia-Masuria
Very nice hotel and restaurant, beach nar with very few mooring places It's not actually a port or even a marina. This is a place where we can moor a boat to move in time to a long lost world. Until the pagan Prusai who lived in Masuria centuries ago. On a wooded peninsula there is a historical reconstruction settlement - Galindia - Masurian Eden. It is a kind of tourist center on Lake Bełdany near Mikołajki, it covers a peninsula in the Piska Forest at the mouth of the Krutynia River to Lake Bełdany. It is more of a place to visit than to stop by a yacht. At the port there is a camping and water equipment rental. The center consists of a hotel and a restaurant, but also unusual buildings such as: caves, demon dungeons, forest areas, ritual stone circle, Galindian labyrinth or open-air museums. Prussian rituals are played at the request of tourists. You can buy souvenirs, visit the settlement, swim in the lake. Sailors can moor to the northern shore of Lake Bełdany. Apart from Galindia itself, there is a lot of space to land on the shore, unfortunately we slide ashore and drop the anchor earlier, there is also a possibility of using a small pier. The climb is quite shallow. Mooring for the sightseeing only - cost PLN 10 / person. On the spot, we will find the atmosphere of an ancient era: sculptures, stocks, wooden cages, thrones, properly dressed staff. There are unusual attractions for tourists: dinners in caves, boat trips, stories about the history of the Galindians. Galindia is an oasis of silence - there is no place for motorboats and water scooters. Even the pier where sailboats are moored has been cut in half. The plans include even greater isolation. Access to Galindia will be defended by a drawbridge. It is worth knowing that the vicinity of Iznota was inhabited by the tribes of the Prussian Galindians from the 5th century BC to the 13th century AD. Information about these people living in the area of ​​the Great Masurian Lakes was provided, among others, by Tacitus and Ptolemy. The Galindians lived in friendship with nature, creating a model of democracy based on a common language and moral and religious traditions. They did not create any political structures. All the more important matters were decided by rallies conducted by Wajdelota. The amber route ran through Galindia, along which amber, which was extremely valuable at that time, was transported to the south and west. Now we can dive back into this long lost world thanks to the reconstruction settlement.
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