Estonia’s oldest and most dignified museum ship, Suur Tõll, invites you to take part in an exciting programme – begin your evening here and have the whole ship and its thrilling stories at the sole command of your group! The glorious icebreaker and its stylish wardroom are perfectly suited for celebrating your festive events!
We will greet you on the ship in the beautiful wardroom with appetisers and a welcoming drink. Our experienced guide will then take you on an exciting tour, acquainting you with the thrilling history of Suur Tõll full of twists and turns, the captain’s cabin, the crew and engine rooms, and many other genuinely interesting things offered by the dignified museum ship!
Sparkling wine (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), water
Toasted black bread triangle and spiced sprat with tartare and quail egg
Bruschetta with goat cheese and fig jam
Smoked Saaremaa flounder in jelly with cheese spread
A bite of tortilla with smoked salmon, fresh cucumber, and cream cheese
Meringue pastry with vanilla crème and strawberries
(a special menu for vegetarians and visitors who suffer from food allergies is also available with prior notice)
Up to 15 persons: 275 euros
16–20 persons: 275 euros + 16 euros per each extra person
21–30 persons: 450 euros
The price includes the programme and appetisers with sparkling wine for the whole group.
DURATION OF THE PROGRAMME: 2 hours
THE VIP PACKAGE IS AVAILABLE:
May–September: starting at 6.45 p.m.
October–April: starting at 5.45 p.m.
Additional information and booking: firstname.lastname@example.org, +372 6 200 550 (Monday to Friday from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.)
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