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Old City Harbour

Logi 4/2, Tallinn 10111

Tallinn is one of the most popular destinations among the Baltic Sea cruise harbours. Every year, more than half a million cruise tourists from more than 300 cruise ships arrive at the Old City Harbour. The cruise area of the Old City Harbour offers many maritime activities during the Tallinn Maritime Days. It is here that the largest sea festival in Estonia is traditionally declared open. Well-known Estonian artists perform in the cruise area and you will also find a fish area, a design and shopping street, and the Viiger Vidrik children’s area here. Magnificent guest ships welcome visitors by the piers and a sea taxi takes you to the Seaplane Harbour at a glance.

Seaplane Harbour

Vesilennuki 6, Tallinn 10145

The Seaplane Harbour is home to the most exciting maritime museum in Europe. There are almost 200 authentic exhibits in the historical hangar of seaplanes: the submarine Lembit, the century-old icebreaker Suur Tõll, the seaplane Short 184, the wreck of the oldest ship of Estonian origin, etc. The Seaplane Harbour has always been one of most popular attractions during the Maritime Days. A large stage will be built in the area, where beloved domestic artists will perform. Magnificent guest boats and local sailboats welcome visitors by the piers for both exploration and sailing to the sea. During the festival, you can enjoy the shopping area, the best music, and various sea and family activities.


Noblessner Marina

Peetri, Tallinn 10415

Recognised as the best urban space development in the Baltics, Noblessner is only a short walk from the city centre and the Old Town of Tallinn. The former most important submarine factory in Tsarist Russia has now become a stylish urban space open to the sea. Port Noblessner participated in the Tallinn Maritime Days for the first time in 2011. The Noblessner programme is traditionally extensive and varied, with many activities both on land and at sea. Right in the heart of Noblessner, you will find a cosy stage, a food street, and a children’s playground. Sailing ships and local yachts welcome visitors by the piers for both exploration and sailing to the sea.

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