Did you know that...

Do you know that inflows and outflows occur in the Baltic Sea, but they are almost unnoticeable?

In English or French harbours, at the North Sea or the Atlantic Ocean, the water level changes every day, due to inflow and outflow. Thanks to slices and dams, the ships mooring in the harbour at sunrise, do not stuck at the shoal. Common knowledge suggests that there are no flows at the Baltic Sea, because the moves are barely noticed. The ones that can be observed result mainly from wind and local currents activity. Flows caused by Moon and Sun at the other seas, pose additional difficulty in navigation – sometimes they make it impossible to sail out of a harbour or they stop the traffic in narrow straits.