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Arrival by Sea


Wind Surf in Tallinn 2012

The Tallinn-Helsinki sea-line is one of the busiest international passenger routes in the world. Ferries cross the Gulf of Finland between Tallinn and Helsinki several times a day, covering the distance in roughly 2 to 3 hours. From late spring to late autumn, high-speed vessels also operate on the route, reducing travel time to just an hour and a half.

Ferries between Tallinn and Stockholm depart every evening, with the trip taking approximately 15 hours.

Passenger information at the harbour:
ph. +3726318550
Tallinna Sadam (Port of Tallinn)
Passenger ship schedule

Passenger terminals are located a short distance from the medieval Old Town.


A-terminal serves Viking Line ferries, Eckerö Line ferries to Helsinki and St. Peter Line ferries to St. Petersburg
B-terminal serves Viking Line ferries, Eckerö Line ferries from Helsinki and St. Peter Line ferries from St. Petersburg
D-terminal serves Tallink ferries and high-speed vessels to/from Helsinki and Tallink ferries to/from Stockholm.
Linnahall terminal serves Linda Line's high-speed vessels to/from Helsinki

Map of harbour area

From the port to the city

Bus no. 2 departs from the port's A-terminal to the city centre and airport approximately every 30 minutes from 7 am until midnight. The price from the bus is 1,6EUR.
A taxi from the terminal to the city centre costs about 5 up to 10 EUR.

Passenger lines


Eckerö Line - ph. +372 664 6000, www.eckeroline.ee
Tallink - ph. +372 640 9808 (in Estonia: 17808), www.tallinksilja.com
Viking Line - ph. +372 666 3966 (in Estonia: 1719), www.vikingline.ee
High-speed vessels:
Linda Line Express - ph. +372 699 9333 16100 (in Estonia: 1719), www.lindaline.ee


Tallink - ph. +372 640 9808 (in Estonia: 17808), www.tallinksilja.com


St. Peter Line - ph. +372 666 0800, www.stpeterline.com

All the worlds`s largest cruise agencies have included Tallinn in their itineraries, and the city receives over 324 calls per cruise season - a truly remarkable achievement by European standarts.

For further information: www.portoftallinn.com
Tallinn also participates in Baltic Cruise Project: www.cruisebaltic.com


Tallinn also welcomes visitors coming with yachts.

Pirita Sadam (Pirita Harbour)
ph. +372 639 8980, www.piritatop.ee
59° 28,2' N 24° 49,2' E
depth 2,8 m, 250 quay spots
Vanasadama Jahisadam (Old City Marina)
ph. +372 631 8085, www.portoftallinn.com
N 59º26,32` E 24º45,32`
depth 4,5 m, 110 quay spots

Peetri Sadam (Peetri Harbour/ Noblessner Yacht Club)
ph. +372 513 6726, www.sailinvest.com 
Green light 59.27.343N, 24.22.115E; Red Light 59.27.309N, 24.44.216 E
depth 5-6 m, 100 quay spots

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