• Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

  • Salacgriva port authority

    Salacgriva port is an important import and export port in Northern Latvia, the place where the Salaca River flows into the Gulf of Riga.

Technical data of the Kuivizi port

Kuiviži port is located by the NE side of the Gulf of Riga by Krišupīte river mouth, in Salacgriva district:

  • 3 km up North from Salacgriva
  • 7 km from Estonian border

Kuiviži port territory: on land – 24.9 ha, in the sea 6.4 ha.

Access by motor road:

“Via Baltica” or E67; in LR motor road map also A1: (distance from the port 100-200m).

Kuiviži port channel: length 2,0 nautical miles or 3700 m, width 30 m.

Kuiviži port baseline: 258,40 – 78,40.

Light characterization: - 2vert.F.Za 3 nm.

 

Kuiviži port is used for fishery, fish processing, yachts, tourism, as well as private property management. Fishermen uses Kuiviži port for their commercial activities, SIA “Banķis”, Zv/s “Bute”, IK “Kuivižkrasts”, SIA “Barka MK2” and others, including individuals that practices coastal fishing. Fishing ships and boats uses 3 fishing piers. Fish processing takes place in cold storage and sorting workshop built by SIA “Baņķis”. SIA “Kuivižu osta” has developed leisure and yacht complex SIA “Kapteiņu osta” which includes a hotel, campsite and a restaurant.

SIA “Kuivižu osta” has built a yacht harbor that has yacht pier that is 90 meters long and also a yacht club. Association “Kuiviži yacht club” runs their activities there and during the summer they run a sailing school.

ATTENTION! FOR ALL YACHTS AND OTHER VESSELS.

Coming in and leaving Kuiviži port can be done moving only by the baseline to/from the floating light of the passage way, because there are fishing nets and creels placed nearby the vessel channel of Kuiviži port.

The coordinates of Kuiviži port’s floating seamarks:

Floating light of the passage way, vertical red-white coloration
570 46,95’N
240 17,10’E

Light characterization: MO(A)B.10.2s

Green lateral buoy

570 47,12’N

240 18,69’E

Red lateral buoy

570 47,14’N

240 18,68’E

 

Berth layout plan of Kuiviži port:

Berth Nr.

Length (m)

Allowed draught (m)

The owner, user of the berth

1.

50

3,0

Owner – the Council of Salacgriva District, used by SIA “Baņķis”, fishermen.

2.

30 in total

2,5

Owners – private persons and legal entities, used by shores-men.

3.

120

2,5

Owner – Salacgriva Port Authority, used by shores-men.

4.

90

2,5

Owner - SIA "Kuivižu port”, used by yachtsmen.