Port Sztynort


Port Sztynort

The unique location in the heart of Masuria, with a fabulously hidden natural harbor for yachts and motor boats and everything that floats, welds that everyone wants to know this place.

Picturesque areas complemented by local accommodation and the possibility of renting a yacht or other swimming equipment encourage in a special way to visit the sailing village.

The vast 50-hectare area of the resort in Sztynort means that everyone seeking entertainment and fun, as well as those thirsty of seclusion, silence and contact with nature will find their place here.

You just have to be there.

Please visit the port page: https://sztynort.pl/

We are currently implementing a project entitled "Nowy Sztynort - Osada Wolności", co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, is implemented under the Operational Program Eastern Poland 2014-2020, Sub-measure 1.3.2 Creating network products by SMEs

More info on page: https://www.sztynort.pl/fundusze-europejskie


Project Title: Implementation of environmentally friendly technologies at Sztynort Yacht Port

King Cross Shopping Warsaw Sp. z o. o. together with Norwegian Partner InErgeo AS, is implementing a project titled „Implementation of environmentally friendly technologies in Sztynort Yacht Port.”The project is implemented under the 19th priority axis of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021, measure 19.1 New Products and Investments, sub-measure 19.1.1 Environmentally friendly technologies – Green growth.

The aim of the project is to introduce innovative environmentally friendly technologies in accordance with the idea of sustainable development and to strengthen bilateral cooperation between Poland and Norway.

The project is aimed at the implementation of activities leading to the implementation at King Cross Shopping Warsaw Sp. z o. o. of innovative processes, products, services and solutions that lead both to the development of the entrepreneur’s business, as well as to better waste management, greater energy efficiency and reduced emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere.

The goal of the project will be achieved through a series of complementary activities involving:

* Revitalization of wastewater treatment plant, which will, among other things, reduce the weight of waste, emissions of harmful substances, and energy consumption required for water treatment, which will positively improve the environment and its sustainability, contributing to the reduction of inland water pollution;

*Purchase of floating houses on the water, which will have a positive impact on the environment by offsetting the damage associated with construction work and reducing the amount of waste during their installation, and will allow the preservation of green areas intact while providing an unusual way to spend leisure time in close contact with water and the natural beauty of the Warmian-Masurian area;

*Purchase and installation of sanitary containers with a modern pumping system and reconstruction of piers using environmentally friendly technology;

*Piers technology modification, in order to eliminate the wood rotting proccess which causes increased volume of septic sludge on the bottom of the lake.

The project is supported by grants from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 and the state budget.

Total expenses 10 691 160.00 PLN

Eligible expenses 8 692 000.00 PLN

Funding 4,292,800.00 PLN

Contact: Marek Makowski (mmakowski@kingcross.com.pl)

Working together for a  green  ,  competitive  and  inclusive  Europe

The Norwegian and EEA Grants represent Norway’s contribution to creating a green, competitive and inclusive Europe. Through the Norwegian and EEA Grants, Norway contributes to reducing social and economic inequality and strengthening bilateral relations with beneficiary countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltic Sea area.Norway cooperates closely with the EU under the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA).Together with other donors, Norway has provided €3.3 billion in successive fund programs between 1994 and 2014. The Norwegian Funds are funded exclusively by Norway and are available in countries that joined the EU after 2003. The Norwegian Funds for 2014-2021 amount to €1.25 billion. Priorities for this period are:

#1 innovation, research, education, competitiveness and decent work;

#2 social integration, youth employment and poverty reduction;

#3 environment, energy, climate change and low-carbon economy;

#4 culture, civil society, good governance and basic rights;

#5 justice and domestic affairs

For more information on Norwegian Funds, see www.eeagrants.org and www.norwaygrants.org

For more information: https://www.sztynort.pl/fundusze-europejskie/#norweng