This paper presents an overview of the most important requirements and recommendations of international organizations for the area of LNG terminal under construction in Świnoujście. These recommendations should be considered when planning safe traffic and manoeuvring of ships in port approaches to the Port of Świnoujście and to the Outer Port of Świnoujście. The approach area to the new terminal is located on shallow waters. Up to the present moment the fairway, anchorages and seamarks have been used by vessels of smaller size. After the construction of the new port with an LNG terminal it will handle the greatest LNG carriers. To ensure their safe entrance to the port, the fairway should be prepared with sufficient width and depth, with navigational aids. It is also necessary to prepare appropriate emergency anchorages and places where the vessels can return in case further voyage is dangerous. Additionally LNG cargo is very dangerous, because of this there is a compulsory to introduce of the highest safety standards, both in the design of the approach area and the application procedures for ships traffic. In particular, fairways and port canals, Under Keel Allowance, air draft, turning basin, vessel traffic services (VTS), traffic separation schemes (TSS), moving safety zone, and required speed limit are presented in the paper.