Lennusadama tänav-9/1, Põhja-Tallinna linnaosa, Tallinn
Noblessner Marina in Tallinn is located between the Mine Harbour and the Seaplane Harbour. In November 2019, a new 70-metre breakwater was completed in the port. There are four floating docks with a total of 110 berths and 30 guest berths.
Noblessner is a people-oriented port city with a special atmosphere. There are great cafés and restaurants, a cinema, Kai Art Centre, galleries, Põhjala brewery, and a large family centre PROTO Invention Factory. The Estonian Maritime Museum, the city centre, and the Old Town are within walking distance.
Is open 01.05 - 31.10 24 hours
Food and drinks
|Maximum length (m)||24|
|Maximum draft (cm)||450|
|Number of guest slips||30|
When entering Tallinn Bay, keep heading towards the Tallinn lighthouse until you see the green (59.27.343N, 24.22.115E) and red (59.27.309N, 24.44.216 E) spar buoys to Noblessner Marina and Seaplane Harbour. Follow the large blue wall with the white TALLINN SHIPYARD on the eastern edge of Noblessner. When entering the port, turn to the western water area – turn left from the end of the new breakwater.