All ships are assembled in the historical Seaplane harbour which has become the homeport of our museum ships.
Steamer-icebreaker Suur Tõll - Submarine Lembit -
Coast Guard Boat PVL 105 “TORM” - Mineship Kalev -
In the course of years the Estonian Maritime Museum has acquired a number of historical ships whose value of memorial pieces is growing with the years. From the autumn of 2004 all ships were assembled in the historical Seaplane harbour (built in 1916) which has become the homeport of our museum ships and the place for our open air exposition in the future.
Full development of Museum ships port with creation of the open air exposition among the existing historical constructions - hangars for seaplanes, barracks and headquarters building – is the large-scale project for the coming years contributing considerably to the value of the waterfront of Tallinn on its completion. -
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