Water Tram F1

  Nabrzeże Motławy (Baszta Łabędź), Gdańsk ,   Old Town          (+48) 662 15 73 40     more than a year ago
Direct sailing from Gdańsk to Hel on weekends only in May and June and every day in July and August. Note in September there will be a daily return service Gdańsk - Sopot - Hel, running once a day in each direction.
Tickets for this service, when departing Gdańsk, must be bought from the ticket booth next to the Green Gate.


The following timetable runs from 30.04.2022 till 30.06.2022:
Departing...   Departing... To 
GDAŃSK 9:15   15:30 HEL
SOPOT* 10:30   17:00 SOPOT*
HEL 12:00   18:10 GDAŃSK

*Sopot stop includes a short break


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Ticket office open 07:30-14:00, 15:00-18:00.

Price/Additional Info

Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office on the lower quayside near the Green Gate (C/D-5) and cost 70/55zł (one way ticket) 120/100(return ticket). Children under 4 free. Bikes 25/35 zł/


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Editor Gdansk
Dear VB, Ferries stop running from Gdansk at the end of August and Gdynia at the end of September. Out of season you can still reach Hel by train from Gdynia. You can check train times here. There is also a bus, comically numbered 666. You can also take that from outside Gdynia Glowna train station.

Is there any water transport around in Mid October? I’m guessing the last ferries stop end of Sept? Is the only way to Hel via bus/ train? What is good to do in mid October?
Editor Gdansk
Yes. It does. The timetable above is valid until the end of August.
Hi,Can you confirm if you sail to Hel tomorrow at 8.20am
Editor Gdansk
Hi Liz, The ferry between Sopot and Gdansk runs at weekends only in May and June and everyday in July and August. You can see the timetable here.
Does the boat trip go from Gdansk to Sopot and where does it go from in Gdansk in May? Thanks
Editor Gdansk
Hi, Thanks for the message. Unfortunately the ferries only run during the school holidays and children go back to school on the 1st of September. You can still get to Hel by train. The train leaves from Gdynia so you will need to take the local yellow and blue commuter train from Gdansk to Gdynia and then travel from there. The journey takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes and there are stops all the way along the peninsula. The current timetable is valid until September 2nd so check for the exact departure time closer to the date.

Hi! Do the water trams from Gdynia to Hel work during September please? We will be coming during the 1st week of September
Editor Poland
Unfortunately there are no ferry services to Hel out of season.The service ends when the kids go back to school at the start of September. You can still reach Hel by a regular train service though via Gdynia. You can find the timetable here.
David Forcano

Hello! My friends and me will go to gdansk next 28th of October. We would like to know if there are ship from Gdansk to Hel in that dates (28 October- 2 November). Regards
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