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 50 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
Harbour Master Lauri Väinsalu: +372 5620 5552 (Mon-Fri 9-17), email@example.com
In the framework of the memorial conference “The Heritage in 21st Century Europe of the Crimes Committed by Communist Regimes” organized by the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Estonia in the framework of the Estonian Presidency in the Council of the European Union the exhibition “Communism in its Time” is to be opened in the Maritime Museum gunpowder magazine (Uus st. 37).
The Seaplane Harbour is renewing itself. between 30 January 2017 and 27 February 2017.
The Fat Margaret artillery tower will remain open!
On 24 March 2017 we are going to open an exhibition about search and rescue titled “MAYDAY.MAYDAY.MAYDAY”. In the wee hours of 16 November one of the most important exhibits already arrived to our premises: the rescue helicopter MI-8.