All persons operating on the port area of the harbours of Port of Tallinn shall fulfill the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS convention), incl. International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS-code) and regulation no. 725/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31.03.2004 on enhancing ship and port facility security.
The goal of implementing security requirements in the port is ensuring of the security of passengers, cargo and port employees and prevention of offences.
The port shall inspect movement of persons and vehicles on port territory.
The established restrictions to movement and efficient implementation of guarding and entry systems hinder entry of undesirable persons into the port area.
Security measures may cause delay at the movement of passengers and cargo in the port.
Smooth cooperation of all parties ensures unhindered movement and efficient implementation of the security measures in the port.
- Access to Port Areas
- Special rules for access into cruise area
- Special rules for access into the marina of the Old City Harbour
All persons entering into port territory and present on port territory need to consider the possibility that security inspection can be applied to them and this may cause delay in vessel procedures.
Security inspection is inspection of persons (incl. passengers, port employees, port guests, vessel crew and crew members), items, goods and transport means together with persons for the discovering of substances and items (incl. weapons, explosives or explosive devices, etc), which may pose danger to the life or health of a person, also to assets on port territory, incl. vessels.
Prior notice of security of incoming vessels
Prior notice of security shall be forwarded by the ship’s master, ship’s chief security officer, ship’s agent or upon the lack of the ship’s agent the ship-owner.
Information included in the prior notice of security servers as a basis for allowing the vessel into the port or refusing from it.