Several exciting boats take you to the sea from the Seaplane Harbour Marina.

  • Sailing training trips with NGO STA Estonia

A sailing training yacht Vesta offers training journeys to Tallinn bay and even further from quay A2. NGO STA Estonia training voyages are for everyone – for young by age and by spirit. Previous experience in sailing is not required. All you need will be learned during the voyage!

Price: 15 euro / person

  • Trip across Tallinn bay with real sailing boat Delfin

A real sailing boat Delfin is waiting for new and old friends on board. Everyone interested can steer the boat. Seaplane Harbour is our super cool home port for the current season, and we depart from pier A1. The voyage with sailing boat Delfin takes 2 hours.

Price: 20 euro / person
+372 58279917;

  • To Naissaare with Katharina

Sunlines takes you to the island Naissaare by the former steamer Katharina – an exciting destination with fantastic photographical opportunity. Astonishing towers of Tallinn with the famous city panorama view is a magnificent scenery. The ship is spacious as the number of passengers is limited to 50%. During the journey a friendly captain might invite you even to the bridge.

Price: from 10 euro / person

  • Sea taxi – Seaplane Harbour-Old City Marina-Pirita. Charter trips to the bay, Aegna and Naissaare

Sea taxi Gundel operates between Seaplane Harbour, Old City Marina and Pirita. 30-minute voyage allows to enjoy and photograph silhouette of Tallinn. Additionally, we offer trips to islands Aegna and Naissaare on request.

Ticket for scheduled trips is 5 euro for one way / 10 euro for journey across the bay.
Trip to island Aegna costs 60 euros and to Naissaare 90 euros.

Schedule and additional information

Photo: Cia-Helena Meldo


One of the biggest cogs in Europe is now at the Estonian Maritime Museum

Last night, on 7–8 July, the second half of the Lootsi cog arrived at the Seaplane Harbour – the stern part and another middle part. The Estonian Maritime Museum will now commence work to display one of Europe’s largest ship wrecks in all its glory.

08. July

The first half of the Lootsi cog has arrived at the Seaplane Harbour

Last night, on 5–6 July, two parts of one of the Europe’s biggest cogs arrived from the construction site of Lootsi Street to the future shipyard square of Estonian Maritime Museum at the Seaplane Harbour.

06. July

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