Tallinn's Old City Marina is a modern marina, located in the very heart of Tallinn. The marina serves recreational vessels and is sheltered from strong winds and waves. Old City Marina is part of Tallinn’s Old City Harbour.

Located in the city center, the marina is just a short walk away from a wide range of shopping malls, restaurants, Tallinn’s medieval Old Town and other popular sights.

The Old City Marina also has modern yacht club facilities with all necessary amenities.

 

Pedestrian bridge

The bridge is mostly open for pedestrians.  It will be opened for small craft operators ca 5-10 minutes after applying the permission to enter or leave the marina. 

Marina in numbers

  • Berthing spaces: 110
  • Floating berth height from water level: 0,6 m
  • Vessel physical dimension limitations at the Marina:
    • By the floating berths
      L (max) = 18 m / 59 ft
      T (max) = 4 m / 13 ft
    • By the Harbour quays no. 20 and 22
      L (max) = 50 m / 164 ft
      T = 4.3 m / 14 ft

Open

  • Marina is open for operations 24/7
  • Office opening hours 8AM – 8PM
  • Navigational season commences on May 1 and goes on to October 31 of the current year; the dates are subject to change depending on prevailing ice and weather conditions.

 

Contact / Location

Coordinates: N 59º26,32` E 24º45,32`

Address: Kai St. 6, Tallinn 15051, Estonia

Telephone : +372 631 8085

E-mail: marina@portoftallinn.com

Please note the practical information:

  • The Old City Harbor is a part of the ports with an ISPS Code, which means that there are increased security requirements and all of the traffic in the Port Basin must be authorized.
  • Recreational craft wishing to enter the Old City Harbor must authorize the craft by contacting the Port Control of the harbor via a VHF radio on channel 14, call sign “Tallinn Radio 5” or via a telephone on (+372) 631 8588.
  • The authorization is done before reaching 0,5 nautical miles from the north-western breakwater.
  • While the recreational crafts are navigating in the Port Basin, they must steer clear of the passenger and cruise ships. The recreational crafts are forbidden to impede the manoeuvring of these vessels.
  • The authorization before leaving the Old City Marina is done before passing the traffic light at the canal.
  • Entering and leaving the Old City Marina is routed through heavy passenger and cruise ship traffic in the basins no. 2, 3 and along the canal with a length of 220 m, width of 15 m and a depth of 4,3 m.
  • During the season of 2021 there is construction work taking place in the vicinity and in the canal of the Old City Marina. We apologize for any possible inconveniences.

See more:


Old City Marina visitor info

Old City Marina plan

Marina map & services (Brochure)

Sailor Infopage for Tallinn Bay

Recommended Routes for Recreational craft on Tallinn Bay