Paldiski South Harbour, located 45 km west of Tallinn is a regional harbour with a high potential. The harbour is focused on handling Estonian export and import cargo as well as transit cargo, with the main focus on Ro-Ro.

Paldiski South Harbour is Port of Tallinn’s second cargo harbour. The harbour handles mainly ro-ro cargo, scrap metal, timber, peat and oil products are handled there.

With direct connection to many West European ports, Paldiski South Harbour has become an important stop for the Baltic Sea Ro-Ro shipping lines.

Paldiski South Harbour Industrial and Logistics Park is also a part of the harbour complex.

Port in numbers

  • Territory: 118.7 ha
  • Water area: 147.0 ha
  • Number of quays: 10
  • Total length of quays: 1,850 m
  • Max. depth: 15.5 m
  • Max. length of a vessel: 250 m
  • Max width of a vessel: 45 m

Terminals & Cargos

  • Passenger terminal
  • Liquid bulk terminals
  • New car terminals
  • Ro-Ro terminal
  • General cargo terminal
  • Timber terminal
  • Dry bulk terminal
  • Scrap metal terminals
  • Wood pellets terminal
  • Peat terminal

Storage area:

  • Warehouse area: 15,000 m²
  • Open storage area: 540,000 m²
  • Oil tank capacity: 397,900 m³

See more:

Paldiski South Harbour map