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Ferry Tiiu to arrive in Tallinn on Sunday, ferry Piret on Monday

BC, Tallinn, 01.04.2017.Print version
The ferry Tiiu built for the passenger ferry operator TS Laevad in Turkey is scheduled to berth in Tallinn's Old City Harbor at 12 noon Sunday and the Polish-built ferry Piret is scheduled to arrive before noon Monday, the state-owned Port of Tallinn announced LETA/BNS.

The Tiiu is expected to enter into service on the Rohukula-Heltermaa route connecting the island of Hiiumaa with mainland Estonia in mid-April. The Piret will likely start operating on the Virtsu-Kuivastu route between mainland Estonia and the island of Saaremaa in the second half of April.


The ferries are 114 meters long and can accommodate 150 cars or 12 full-size trucks. Both have seats for 500 passengers on two decks and will carry rescue equipment for 700 passengers.






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