Escape Room ‘Mystery of the patrol boat Torm’

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The patrol boat Torm was found in 1999 as a ghost ship. A random fisherman found the vessel and to his surprise the vessel was completely abandoned. Remains of the crew were found on board but nobody knows how or why they had died. The vessel was towed to the Seaplane Harbour to complete an expertise. Your challenge as the investigators is to solve the mysterious case and find clues which will lead you to the truth of what happened on the ship. Remember, you have just 45 minutes to do so!

The mystery of Torm was created in collaboration with Escape Room Estonia.

Price: 60 € (2-4 persons in the group)

Duration: 45 min

Good to know:

  • We recommend teams to arrive at least 15 minutes before the game starts for your briefing and introduction.
  • Personal belongings (incl. cell phones) are kept at the front desk of the Seaplane Harbour for the duration of the game.
  • In case of cancellation, you should notify the Seaplane Harbour at least 12 hours beforehand. Otherwise, 50% of the game fee must be paid.
  • You undertake to behave, conduct, perform, carry out, execute, achieve and complete the Escape Room Game in accordance to the instructor.
  • We are entitled to charge the guests for any damage, which is intentional or caused by misuse of items.

 

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