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New Pedestrian Bridge in Tallinn

An agreement was signed on Monday, April 6, between the Port of Tallinn and KMG Inseneriehituse AS for the design and construction of a new pedestrian bridge in the Old City Harbour. The bridge will connect ​​Terminals A and D and will open to ensure the operation of the Old City Marina.

Tallink Chief: We Can Make Hourly Tallinn-Helsinki Trips Where Needed

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Hourly trips between Tallinn and Helsinki could be introduced if there is enough demand, Mr Paavo Nõgene, the chairman of the board of Tallink said on Estonian TV, adding that lowering the excise duty on alcohol had given tourism a boost.

However, he rebutted a stereotype that Finns travel to Estonia purely to buy cheap alcohol.

Nõgene said Tallink plans to build new, environmentally friendly passenger ships which will fly the Estonian flag.


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Permanent sixth ferry needed for Saaremaa

According to an article (in Estonian) on www.err.ee the Port of Tallinn would like to have a permanent solution for the summer ferry service to the island of Saaremaa. Five ferries are in service. Now REGULA acts as backup vessel, but the company would like to have a permanent additional, sixth ferry.
A charter is actually being negotiated.
The solution of building a new ship depends on how much the Port of Tallinn receives from the State.