. 24°44.22′ E
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* Depths and heights measures in metres, in reference to mean sea level (BHS-77)
ACCESS TO THE MARINA FROM THE SEA
The Seaplane Harbour is located near the Tallinn city centre, and there is an Estonian Maritime Museum in the harbour. The Maritime museum offers its visitors about 200 authentic items to see at the historical seaplane hangar. There is a submarine, a century-old icebreaker, a seaplane and much more.
Sheltered from all directions, but there is heavy traffic in the Tallinn Bay. Approach from safe water WP1 (59°27.50′ N; 24°44.28′ E) and steer to WP2 (59°27.32′ N; 24°44.17′ E). The harbour is protected from the east and west by breakwaters. Th entrance is marked with light beacons: Fl R 3 s on the east breakwater and Fl G 3 s on the west breakwater.