The ships taking part in the Tallinn maritime days.

Alexandra (FIN) was built-to-measure according to the most popular yacht type in the 20th century using the model of a 1888 built ship. The ship is docked at the Seaplane harbour.

Delfin (EST) sailed from Marienhamn to Estonia through great adventure and difficulities and is waiting for guests! The ship is docked at the Haven Kakumäe Harbour.

Hiiu Ingel (EST). The galeas was an old type ship used on the Baltic sea, shipping wood to the cities on the coast. The ship is docked at the Seaplane Harbour.

Hoppet (Swedish for hope) is the only historic Estonian ship that still sails! It was built in Estonia during the years 1925-1926. The ship served as a cargo ship in Finland and Aland until the 1960s. Today the ship is a ship that connects people who love history and travelling. The ship is docked at the Seaplane Harbour

Jenny Kruse (EST) building started at 1944 and was sailed at 1946 in Denmark as an ocean fishing boat. Since 2011 the ship sails under the Estonian flag and its home harbour is Pärnu. The ship is docked at the Seaplane Harbour.

Lietuva (LT) was built in 1976 and is the first ship in Lithuania that circumnavigated. The ship is docked in the Seaplane Harbour

Lukull (RUS) was built in 1948. The ship is docked at the Haven Kakumäe Harbour

Tre Kronor (SWE) was built in 2008 inspired by the 19th century cargo brig. The ship is docked at the Old City Harbour

Astrid (FIN) was built in 1947 as a cargo ship. The ship is docked at the Old City Harbour

Ingrid (FIN) was built in 1932 as a fish boat and wore that title until 1991. The ship is docked at the Seaplane Harbour

Krasotka (RUS) is a copy of Nadegda, an old german ship, that teaches young sailors back at home. The ship is docked at the Haven Kakumäe Harbour

Sailor Jerry (EST) is a ship with a heartwarming story. In 1977, a young finn decided to build a sailer. The building took a long time, because he had to start from scratch. The building took 9 years on land and 16 years on water. Finally, 25 years later, the sailing ship was completely ready! The ship is docked in the Haven Kakumäe Harbour

Svanhild (FIN) was built in 1948 as a cargo ship for the Baltic Sea. The ship is docked at the Seaplane Harbour

Nadezhda (RUS) was built in the Netherlands in 1912 and was used as a fish lugger. Today it is being used as a yacht. The ship is docked at the Haven Kakumäe Harbour.

Uisk Moonland. (EST) The vessel was called huisk before, which meant snake or worm. This word was also used to describe the viking ships of Saaremaa, that attacked the territories of the Bishopric of Riga and took part in raids to Scandinavia. The uisk is probably one of the oldest types of sailing ships in Estonia. The ship is docked at the Seaplane Harbour.

 

The legendary sport yacht Pegasus (EST) is built from hi-tech material and is light and durable - it is completely equipped for enjoyable and fast sailing. The ship is docked at the Seaplane Harbour.
The ship Mojito (EST), which is a luxuriously equipped 31 metre and 3-deck ship, has an interesting past. The ship owner was Johnny Hallyday and multiple famous movie stars have stepped on board, including Johnny Depp. The ships is now docked at Tallinn Old City harbour and is waiting for guests!
 
Hawila is a (NOR) 34 m long two-masted wooden Baltic trader, built in Norway in 1935. When fully rigged, Hawila has 9 sails with a total sail surface of 390 m2. The vessel was originally built as an ice freighter, sailing between Norway and Sweden until the end of the 1950s. After the collapse of the ice business with the introduction of refrigeration, the vessel was left abandoned in a Swedish harbour until 1979. Hawila was later refitted as a sail training vessel by a group of young teachers from the Swedish island of Öckerö, and used to sail with school kids until 2008. The Swedish state Maritime museum gave Hawila the status of cultural-historical value vessel in 2002. Today Hawila is owned by the Danish non-profit organisation Hawila Project that maintain and sail the vessel in the Baltic sea.

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