2 Talin
1 Paldiski

ESTONIAN MARITIME ADMINISTRATION
Valge 4, 11413 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 6205 500
Fax: 372 6205 506
Email: eva@vta.ee
There are 101 ports in Estonia, 31 of them involved in merchant shipping (freight and passenger transport). All the freight ports in Estonia are open to foreign vessels. The biggest turnover of international freight and passenger transport is taken by Vanasadam (the Old City Harbour), Muuga Harbour, Paljassaare Harbour and Paldiski South Harbour, receiving vessels with a draught of 9 - 16.9 m. All of these belong to the state-owned trading company Port of Tallinn Ltd., and are open for navigation all year round. Additional ports are part-municipal, part-private Port of Kunda, the municipal North Port of Paldiski and the part-municipal, part-private Port of Pärnu (60% private and 40% city of Pärnu), all of which have the largest turnovers of international goods. The official length of waterways on sea totals to 1,640 km while the total length of inland waterways totals to 520 km, 320 km of which are navigable and marked with navigation signs. There are six ferry ports: Kuivastu, Virtsu, Heltermaa, Rohuküla, Sviby and Soru. The larger ports have provided the conditions necessary for receiving large ships. Both state, municipal and private ports are represented in Estonia.  

 
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