A marina, whose activities are organised by the Estonian Maritime Museum, operates at the Seaplane Harbour located on the western side of Tallinn Bay at the coordinates 59°27.2′ N and 24°44.1′ E.
The aquatic area is protected by breakwaters and is 182,000 m2 large. There are a total of 10 docks in the Seaplane Harbour, including 5 berths.
In addition to small vessels, the harbour is also home to museum ships, the most honourable of which is the century-old icebreaker Suur Tõll. There are 50 places for recreational vessels.
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
Enterprise Estonia (EAS) announced supporting the application of the Estonian Maritime Museum for adding a family-centred attraction to the building complex of Fat Margaret.
The postmark commemorating 50 years since the construction of the research vessel Mare of the Estonian Maritime Museum will be issued on 5 April.
The exhibition ‘100 years on water. The ships of Estonia 1918–2018’ was opened in the Seaplane Harbour. It introduces 100 ships that played an important role in the history of Estonia, including sailing ships, steamers, warships, passenger ships, and cargo ships.