Port Noblessner is situated close to the centre of Tallinn, next to the Maritime Museum, just 15 minutes' walk from the Old Town.
The history of the port dates back to 1912, when Alfred Nobel's nephew Emanuel Nobel and a torpedo manufacturer by the name of Lessner established a submarine plant on the site to serve the navy of the Russian Tsar.
The services that the port offers include:
- Visitor harbour and yacht club
- Winter storage of yachts and repair services
- Terrace restaurant
- Preparation and design of Fillip yacht interiors
VHF 9/16 Call: Port Noblessner
State Port Register
|Maximum length (m)||105|
|Maximum draft (cm)||400|
|Number of guest slips||50|