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11.01.2019|Government Office

Icebreaking Begins in Pärnu Bay and Gulf of Riga on 12 January

On Saturday, 12 January 2019, the multipurpose vessel EVA-316 begins icebreaking operations in Pärnu Bay and the Gulf of Riga. The tug Protector is planned to be used as a backup icebreaker if need be. According to a directive issued by Director General of the Maritime Administration, as of 19...
18.12.2018|Government Office

The Maritime Administration wishes everyone happy holidays

The Estonian Maritime Administration wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and seven feet under the keel! View our Season's Greetings 
12.12.2018|Government Office

18 New Wrecks Discovered by MA in 2018

The hydrographers of the Estonian Maritime Administration surveyed about 1,662 square kilometres of the waters in Estonia in the navigational season of 2018 and discovered, among other things, 18 new wrecks. The MA database contains information about 531 wrecks in total, all marked on navigational...
04.12.2018|Government Office

MA Now Accepts E-Invoices From External Partners in Europe

Our partner Fitek has made it possible for the Estonian Maritime Administration to send and receive e-invoices all over Europe. The e-invoicing service is provided through PEPPOL (Pan-European Public Procurement Online) which enables partners to exchange standards-based electronic documents (e-...
19.11.2018|Government Office

Kõpu Lighthouse Elected People’s Favourite

The opinion poll organised to find out people’s favourite lighthouse in Estonia revealed that almost a quarter of voters selected Kõpu Lighthouse as their favourite. The results were announced at the 100th anniversary of the Estonian Maritime Administration on 13 November. This was also the...
01.11.2018|Government Office

MA Organises an Opinion Poll to Find Out People’s Favourite Lighthouse

The Estonian Maritime Administration is inviting people to vote for their favourite lighthouse in Estonia. The lighthouse that receives the greatest number of votes will be announced on the 100th anniversary of the Administration on 13 November. This will also be the Administration’s present to the...
25.10.2018|Government Office

A Documentary To Be Made About the Legendary Icebreaker Tarmo

A Documentary To Be Made About the Legendary Icebreaker Tarmo   The first screen tests of a documentary to be made about IB Tarmo belonging to the Estonian Maritime Administration were filmed on board the vessel. The documentary aims at showing viewers the colourful world of icebreakers and...
19.10.2018|Government Office

Director General Visited Croatian Colleagues

Director General of the Estonian Maritime Administration Mr Rene Arikas visited the Maritime Safety Directorate of the Croatian Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure on 16 October. Mr Arikas received an invitation from the State Secretary of the ministry, Ms Maja Markovčić Kostelac, who...
11.10.2018|Government Office

Estonia Hands Chairmanship of BIM Over To Russia

Estonia’s role as Chair of the Baltic Icebreaking Management (BIM), an organisation that unites the Baltic Sea countries to facilitate cooperation in the activities of winter navigation, has come to an end and for the next two years the Russian Federation will assume the position. At the annual...
10.10.2018|Government Office

Muuge Channel on River Emajõgi Cleared of Dangerous Trees

The Maritime Administration (MA), in cooperation with several partners, cleared the Muuge channel on the Emajõgi river, getting rid of dangerous trees that obstructed water traffic. Due to the low water level the operation was carried out bathing in the cold autumn water. According to Mr Lauri...

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