Environmental Code of Conduct

ENVIRONMENTAL CODE OF CONDUCT

 All berth holders and visitors to Seaplane Harbour Marina must comply with the following simple rules to ensure that the local environment is protected:

  • Seaplane Harbour Marina members are expected to respect the environment, including the animals and wildlife in the club premises and at sea.
  • All hazardous waste materials must be disposed of correctly, safely and responsibly using the Marina’s various hazardous waste reception facilities and services.
  • All general waste and recycling should be placed in the bins and containers provided throughout the Marina. It should be general knowledge that dumping of material at sea is prohibited.
  • All Marina users must act with respect to the local environment and ensure that their activities do not pollute or damage.
  • Sewage and waste grey water must not be discharged into the water at the Marina or within 12NM of the Estonian coastline. Oily bilge water should be pumped into a portable receptacle at the Marina and disposed of correctly.
  • Boat repair and washing must be done using all precautions to protect the environment from resulting pollutants. For boat washing use only environmentally friendly products.
  • Berth holders and visitors are expected to adhere to all environmental regulations, and to report illegal activities to the relevant authority.
  • Please assist us to protect the quality of the Seaplane Harbour Marina marine environment by remaining vigilant and reporting any incidents in breach of these rules to the Marina Office

Seaplane Harbour Marina 2021

 

News

The Estonian Maritime Museum’s new exhibition at the Dock Museum (UK) celebrates the 85th anniversary of the launch of Estonian submarines Kalev and Lembit

The Estonian Maritime Museum’s new exhibition about the history of submarines Kalev and Lembit opens at the Dock Museum in Barrow-in-Furness in the UK. The two submarines were built 85 years ago at the former shipyard of Vickers-Armstrong Ltd and launched in Barrow-in-Furness on 7th July in 1936.

22. September

The Estonian Maritime Museum opened an exhibition of one of the world’s largest maritime tragedies

On the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Juminda, the Estonian Maritime Museum opened the exhibition in the Seaplane Harbor “Hell on the Baltic Sea. Juminda Maritime Tragedy 1941 “. The exhibition, based on the stories of people and ships, was completed in cooperation with award-winning creators from the Estonian film world. “The tragedies of […]

09. September

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