Three cruise ships will visit Tallinn
Despite the fact that summer is over and coronavirus incidence rates are on the rise across Europe, cruises are still very popular.
On Wednesday, September 1, the 19-deck and 323-meter MSC Seaview cruise ship, which will arrive from Nynashamn south of Stockholm, stopped at the port.
On Saturday 4 September Tallinn will visit the 251m Oceania Marina flying the flag of the Marshall Islands. The liner will visit Tallinn as part of a ten-day cruise starting in Copenhagen and ending in Stockholm. He will arrive in Tallinn via Klaipeda and Riga, and then he will go to Kotka.
On Sunday, September 5, Tallinn will visit Mein Schiff 6 - the length of the four-year-old Mein Schiff 6 flying under the Maltese flag is 295 meters, its construction cost 500 million euros. The vessel, starting and ending in Kiel for a week-long cruise, will arrive in Tallinn from Stockholm and will continue on to the port of Warnemünde, located near Rostock.