Past the lock in Przegalina (km 936) on the Martwa Wisła, there is a dock for the Regional Water Management Board in Gdańsk, and a little further on, a modern marina in Błotnik, built as one of the key investments of the Żuławy Loop Project.
Travelling on the Nogat, we pass through four canal locks. At the entrance to the Nogat, we find the modern ‘Biała Góra’ marina (km 0.5), built in 2012 as one of the investments of the Żuławy Loop Project.
The Brda River flows through Bydgoszcz for a distance of 15 km. In the city centre, the concrete river banks are fitted with mooring rings and, in some places, with bitts and bollards.
The canal’s banks are not suitable for mooring, but in emergency situations, we can gently steer our boat into the bank, which is overgrown with vegetation.
Along the 187 km long stretch of the lower reaches of the Noteć, we encounter eight port towns, where we can use convenient docks or quays, and we will pass through 14 canal locks.
The Szkarpawa River opens after we pass the Gdańska Głowa Lock. We can find a few places for mooring on the river and some wild clearings between the rushes, which are also fit for mooring.