Max. Length: 153.6m | Max. Width: 27.4m
Tallinn Shipyard, placed at the mouth of the Gulf of Finland near to the crossroads of crowded trading routes, is ideally located for servicing the vessels calling to ports of the Baltic States, Russia, Finland and East coast of Sweden whose owners face no deviation cost prior to repairing in our shipyard. Tallinn Shipyard offers a wide range of services for all type of vessels allowed by combination of the skilled workforce and modern facilities. Tallinn Shipyard is a subsidiary of the industrial holding BLRT Grupp. There are two more shipyards in BLRT Grupp which are dedicated to ship repair and conversion services - Western Shiprepair in Lithuania and Turku Repair Yard in Finland.
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