Sadama tänav-30, Kärdla linn, Hiiumaa vald, Hiiu maakond
Kärdla Marina is located in the capital of Hiiumaa and is the most modern port on the island. It can moor 80 vessels and host 15 caravans. There are two restaurants in the marina.
The history of the marina is related to the Kärdla wool factory – the marina was built to facilitate the transport of the factory’s raw materials and finished products. Kärdla Marina dates back to 1849, but was destroyed during World War II in 1944. The warehouse and barn of the Kärdla wool factory have survived to this day.
We also rent a day office with a sea view if you would like to work here.
Is open 24 hours
Food and drinks
|Maximum length (m)||24|
|Maximum draft (cm)||300|
|Number of guest slips||80|
Approach by the Kärdla leading line 162.2° – 342.2° (2 Fl W 2s; white rectangular plates with a green vertical stripe on a metal construction). The fairway begins at waypoint WP1 – 59°03.70’N; 22°43.35’E. After reaching waypoint WP2 – 59°00.73’N; 22°45.19’E, sail until waypoint WP3 – 59°0063’N; 22°45.30’E. You can enter the dock basin around the northern pier (Fl (2)G 4s; a white rectangular plate with a green vertical line on a green metal pole with a balcony). On the eastern pier FI (2)R 4s (a red metal pole).