The Blue Flag programme information and the Individual Blue Flag information
The Blue Flag is an environmental award given to marinas, individual boat owners of small boats, tourism boats and beaches making a special effort to implement sound management with respect to the local environment and nature and providing users with information on environmental issues. To attain the Blue Flag, the marina has to comply with a number of criteria concerning environmental information and education, environmental management, safety and service facilities, and water quality. The Blue Flag is only awarded for one season at a time and the award is only valid as long as the criteria are fulfilled. When this is not the case, the persons responsible at local level must remove the Blue Flag. Criteria can be found: https://www.blueflag.global/criteria
The Blue Flag is awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), a non-governmental environmental organisation and is represented by national organisations in each of the participating countries around the World.
FEE (www.fee.global); Blue Flag National Operator: MTÜ Eesti Vetelpääste Selts (www.sinilipp.ee); Marina Operator (meremuuseum.ee/lennusadam/jahisadam)
You can help the programme by also taking action to protect the environment: Follow instructions of the code of conduct at the marina; Use environmentally friendly products for paints, detergents, chemicals etc.; Report any pollution or other violations of environmental regulations to the authorities; Save water, electricity and fuel; Encourage other sailors to take care of the environment.
Through Seaplane Harbour Marina you can participate in the Blue flag for Boat Owners scheme to demonstrate your commitments to keeping your boat and activities environmentally friendly.
By following some simple principles, you can ensure that you are actively contributing to
protection of the marine environment for us all to enjoy now and for future generations!
Please visit the Marina Office or contact us for further information
Phone: +372 502 2877
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