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Pavilosta Marina In The Morning, Pāvilostas osta, Pāvilosta, Jahtas, Saullēkts

Pavilosta Marina In The Morning

Code: V-339-20
Author: Aivars Gulbis
Photo taken on May 9, 2020
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Dzintaru 2A, Pāvilosta, LV-3466, Latvija
tel: +371 29463351
tel/fax: +371 63486309
www.pavilostaport.lv

Pavilosta port is the only small port at the west coast of Latvia. The port is mainly used by fishing boats and sailboats. There are two guest berths at the port territory, the “blue flag” Yacht club, a gas station, fish processing company, several fishing and small boat moorings and a yacht winter storage and service center. The State Border Guard Service is constantly on stand in the port.

The ports history
The Saka river was already a port at the time of Duke Jacob (1642-1682) it was used by Aizpute merchants to export trees, grains and other products.

The first wooden bridge construction was created in the winter of 1878 – it was commissioned by the river manor baron Otto von Lilienfeld (Otto Friedrich von Lilienfeld). On May 16, 1879, he held a ceremony where he built the foundation stone of the castle’s house and, on the same day he baptized the city after his brother’s name (Paul von Lilienfeld) Paulshafen or Pāvilosta.

Loch´s house was completed in the same year, and over time it has been used for a variety of things like a tavern, and German army barracks.
Today there is a museum in the loch house.

In the beginning, the port was used only by some fishermen, three small manor sailors and a tug, Which supplied the Liepaja market with goods But soon the shipping activity rose sharply. From 1890 to 1895 the port´s pier was extended to 90 meters, And before the First World War, Pavilosta had already had about 20 ships in circulation and about 100 fishing boats. There were three shipyards in the port, in which small sailing ships were built – one by one, During this time 15 vessels were built in Pavilosta. After the war, the construction of the ships was not continued.

From 1923 to 1929, the port was reconstructed and financed from the state budget. In the reconstruction 2.4 million lats were invested. Although the level of commercial activity was not very high The port had its own border, a border guard and a unit of rescue. Pavilosta was the best-maintained port between the small ports in Latvia.

During the Second World War, no commercial activities were carried out at the port. Because almost all local ships and ships were destroyed during the war. So the only ones who used the port was coastguard.

In 1949 a new shipyard and a fuel warehouse was built. During the Soviet era, the port was managed by a fishing collective farm and local fishermen had limited access to the port.

Since 2006, a new, modern yacht marina has been built in the port “Pāvilosta Marina”
A Statoil gas station was built and a new, 128-meter long fishing berth was built.

In 2010, Pavilosta harbor malls were completely reconstructed, historic beacon at the ends of the piers were restored and dredging works of the Port Aquatorium have been performed up to 4.5 meters deep. Today the north moles length is 287 meters and the south mole is 297,5 meters.

In 2011, on the right bank of the Saka River, a recreational harbor pier has been reconstructed, 90m long multifunctional pier, Which allows small passenger ferries to be accepted at Pavilosta port.
pavilostaport.lv


Pavilosta Marina
The Northern European yacht agency - Rietuma krasts / West coast, has recently established a new marina! Located between two of Latvia's largest coastal cities Liepaja and Ventspils is the historic coastal town of Pavilosta, home of the new Pavilosta Marina!

Pavilosta Marina has been in the planning stages since 2002 and this year we are pleased to announce that work has finally started! The first Pavilosta Marina yacht slips are in place! Work will feverously continue to me the project deadline of 2008!

Pavilosta Marina's goal is to provide you with superior yacht and cutter services by investing in the latest technologies and a highly qualified staff. In addition, we offer a sailing school, which allows new sailors to learn from our expert sailing instructors.

Pavilosta Marina was designed for yachters and sailors as well as people who are actively interested in sports and leisure. At Pavilosta Marina you can not only moor your own yacht and take advantage of the marina's yacht services, but also seek catamaran training with the TOPCAT. If captaining your own vessel is not in the plan, you can charter the cutter Jeanneau for a cruise in the beautiful Baltic Sea area around Pavilosta. After a fun-filled day on the water, you are welcome to rest and relax in the holiday house, lodging room or camp by the sea.
www.pavilostamarina.lv

Pavilosta Marina In The Morning

Code: V-339-20
Author: Aivars Gulbis
Photo taken on May 9, 2020
FREE 1000 x 667 px
72 dpi
131 KB
S 1748 x 1165 px
14.8 x 9.87 cm / 300 dpi
MB
M 3000 x 2000 px
25.4 x 16.93 cm / 300 dpi
L 6000 x 4000 px
50.8 x 33.87 cm / 300 dpi
18.1 MB
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