Port of Tallinn, operating as a state-owned limited liability company is an intermodal port handling multiple types of cargo as well as passengers, which makes it the biggest port authority in Estonia. Located on the east coast of the Baltic Sea, Port of Tallinn is well placed for cargo transshipments between the East and the West as well as North and South by sea, road, and rail offering delivery time access to 450 million people within 72 hours.
As for passenger traffic, the port serves 9 million passengers annually. An active network of ferries connects Tallinn to Helsinki, Stockholm, and St. Petersburg. Cruise vessels call Tallinn more than 300 times each year.
The activities of Port of Tallinn are divided mainly between the following areas: cargo and activities related to handling it, passengers and activities related to serving them, real estate development and shipping.
Port of Tallinn consists of five constituent harbors: Muuga Harbour, Old City Harbour, Paljassaare Harbour, Paldiski South Harbour, and Saaremaa Harbour.