The Seaplane Harbour is situated on the west coast of Tallinn Bay, at 59°27.2′ N and 24°44.1′ E. It is now home to most of Estonia’s historical ships. The activities of the harbour are managed by the Estonian Maritime Museum.
The Seaplane Hangar is, considering its size, a good landmark for anyone arriving by sea.
The 182,200 square metre harbour basin is protected by breakwaters on the east and west sides. There are 10 quays altogether. In addition, on the shoreline there is the only free-of-charge slipway in Tallinn.
Besides historical ships, the harbour serves smaller passenger ships, technical vessels and small boats (around 30 berths available for amateur vessels). The harbour is navigable throughout the year and vessels are served by the harbour 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You can contact the harbour duty officer 24/7: +372 5022877
Marina coordinator Andres Sursu: +372 5668 9368, email@example.com
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Polar Space, an exhibition featuring projects and models of future polar stations, will be open in the Seaplane Harbour from 10 March to 3 April 2016.
There will be events of the theme year in each season, including much of interest for tourists: both for children and adults, for those seeking more intimate cultural experiences and those preferring to enjoy cheerful and crowded festivities. The programme and the event calendar, updated continuously, are available at www.merekultuur.ee in Estonian, English and Russian, and […]