Investments in the area of water construction are gradually being prepared. As for port projects, three major investments are planned in container terminals in Gdańsk, Gdynia and Świnoujście. The total investment in seaports is estimated at over PLN 20 billion. A strategic advisor has been appointed for the Port of Gdańsk. In the case of the port of Świnoujście, the process of selecting the company that will build the container terminal is underway. The Industrial Development Agency, Baltic Gateway and Deme Concessions are planning to invest PLN 3 billion. In turn, the offshore Port of Gdynia was selected by the Council of Ministers in 2021 as the optimum location for an installation terminal intended for the organisation of the process of construction and operation of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea. At the end of November 2021, the Port of Gdynia received the environmental decision for the construction project of the External Port.
In 2021, investments were started on the Oder Waterway. The entire project will cover the E30 waterway on the Oder River from the Czech border to Świnoujście. In addition, investments are planned in the E40 waterway covering the Vistula from Gdańsk to Warsaw, the Narew and the Bug, and the E70 waterway covering the Oder from the Oder-Havel Canal to Kostrzyn, the Vistula-Odra waterway, the Lower Vistula and the Szkarpawa. The estimated cost of investment in the development of water transport infrastructure is over 77 billion PLN.