The Seaplane Harbour is situated at Vesilennuki 6, at the quarter of Kalamaja in Tallinn. Parking is free of charge.
One can reach us by bus number 73, the bus stop is called „Lennusadam“. Bus no. 3 and trams nos. 1 and 2 stop at the Linnahall in Põhja-Puiestee street. Walk by the Põhja-Puiestee street and then turn down to the Kalasadam. From the Kalasadam head to the left to the Kalaranna street. Walk straight for approximately 1 km, along the footpath or by the sea boulevard, that stretches from behind the Patarei sea fortress until the Seaplane Harbour.
Internal Rules of the Seaplane Harbour
The activities of the yacht harbour of the Seaplane Harbour are organised by the Estonian Maritime Museum. This is what makes the Seaplane Harbour so special, that one can see side to side an iconic steamer icebreaker Suur Tõll and small guest yachts.
The Seaplane Harbour is open for 24 hours. Entrance to the museum ships is in the opening hours of the hangar, in summer Mon-Sun 10-7 PM.
The Seaplane Harbour is situated on the western side of Tallinn and the coordinates are 59°27,2′ N and 24°44,1′ E.
Harbour office: tel +372 502 2877
Executive of the harbour and sea coordinator of the Maritime Days: Lauri Väinsalu: firstname.lastname@example.org