The Seaplane Harbour is filled with great ideas, adventures and history. The Seaplane Hangars — a building connecting the sea with the sky — has, in addition to many prizes, also been awarded the Europa Nostra 2013 Grand Prix for cultural heritage.
The Suur Tõll ship’s deck can be used for receptions or open-air concerts for up to 100 guests. Additionally, we offer catering by Café MARU of the Seaplane Harbour. The ship’s deck can be partially sheltered with a tarpaulin.
Price: € 150/h + 20 % VAT
The price includes holding the event on the ship’s deck and an unguided visit to the icebreaker.
The stylish officers’ mess-room of the Suur Tõll can accommodate up to 20 guests. The room is well suited for smaller receptions, festive occasions or dinners. The events can start at 19.30 (7.30 p.m.) or later; catering is offered by Café MARU of the Seaplane Harbour. A guided tour of the ship can be booked additionally upon request.
Prices (including all taxes):
A dinner will last approximately 2-3 hours. Security during the entire event is included in the price (there is a watchman on board the ship).
A guided tour of the Suur Tõll (45 minutes): € 35 in the Estonian language; € 45 in another language (Finnish, Russian, English and German available). A tour group may include up to 20 persons.
Information and booking:
Grethel Rätsep, email@example.com, +372 529 1392
Times for events in the Maritime Museum
The events can start before or after the museum is closed for everyday visitors. During the winter season, i.e. from October to April, full-day events can be organised on Mondays.
Open for visitors:
May−September: Mon−Sun 10−19
October−April: Tue−Sun 10−18
On national holidays: 10−17
Closed on 24 and 25 December
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