Port of Miiduranna is located on the coast of the Tallinn Bay.
Geographical co-ordinates: 59°30,0’N, 24°49.0’E.
May by called round the clock on the VHF channel 10, call sign “MIIDURANNA”.
The vessels entering or leaving the port must obtain a
permission to do so from the port operator.
The port area comprises two basins: northern and southernbasin.
Number of quays: 10. Total length of the quays are 878 m, depths
In the port may be berthed ships with dimensions up to:
tankers – length 195 m, breadth 32 m and depth 12,3 m.
dry cargo vessels – length 110 m, breadth 20 m and depth 5,6
At the end of the ports Southern basin pier there is a light no 235,white metal column
with balcony Q W/R 4/3M, W 320°-77°,
R 77°- 320°.
At the end of the wave breaker pier there is a light no 237, red metal column Fl W 3s 3M.
Two red colored light buoys have been placed on the left side of the
oil quay canal, Fl R 3s no 1-236, no 2 - 240.
224°,3 - 44°,3, a front light beacon, white rectangle with black stripe on the port building Fl(2)Bu 3s 2M,no 233.
rear light beacon, white rectangle with black stripe on the port building, Oc Bu 5s 2M no 234.
Characterization of the sea-bed:
sand, gravel, clay
Vessel Traffic Services:
Every vessel entering the Tallinn Bay mast take contact with
coast radar station of Vessel Traffic Services Centre on the VHF
channels 13, call sign “TALLINN TRAFFIC CONTROL”.
In the regulations for maritime traffic and pilotage in Estonian
waters are stated that masters of sea-going vessels are obliged to
use the services of a pilot for entering and leaving the port. Pilot
assistance is available round the clock. The request for a pilot
should be made via agencies not later than 4 hours prior to arrival