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Cancellation Policy

Dear colleagues, partners and customers

This is a message to all you, regarding an extraordinary situation / emergency that we all are facing, named “Corona Virus Alert / Emergency”, in order to inform you regarding the latest news we have :
According to the latest information, we strongly believe that situation will turn to normal again in the next few weeks. We will evaluate the situation day by day and keep in touch when developments exist.

Due to the emergency, our cancellation policy is adapted as following :

We inform that Spinnaker Ltd/ Baltic Yacht Charter Company/ Sailing.ee , will adapt the Charter Agreement Conditions regarding the cancellation of bookings, accepting the re-scheduling of the charter according to the following rules :

1) To all above and below circumstances, the already paid amount will not be returned, but we will provide re-scheduling / alternative dates in 2020 or 2021 season. This because re-schedule a booking constitutes always less damage for both parties, (customer / provider) than cancel all bookings of a boat or a fleet, fact that unloads the 100% of the emergency on the boat owners / operators, with consequential compromise the existence of the companies, providers, employees, and so on.
Owners / Operators / Managers of the boats already did what necessary to maintain and have the boats ready for chartering, so a total cancellation with funds return to every single customer mean zero income which involves closing down businesses.
Let’s cooperate and save sea tourism. Save sea tourism this year means have sea tourism next years for us and for our children.
Alternatively, in cases where it is clearly impossible to implement the rescheduling of the period, we will evaluate other solutions according to the specific case / customer.

With kind regards, Kaspar Eisel SEO

Bareboat charter in Estonia   

A yacht charter in Estonia will enthrall you with nature, history and culture. Estonia is situated in the Baltic Sea, opposite the Southern provinces of Finland and Helsinki. The area is dominated by nature as the countryside is sparsely populated. The summers are graced with long days and a good amount of sunshine. The country is roughly the same size as the Netherlands but is only populated by 1.4 million residents. Start a yacht charter in Estonia from the capital of Tallinn.

Estonia has a fascinating ancient coastline and its capital exudes romantic history. Tallinn is a European gem that is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is an incredibly well preserved medieval civilization. Charter a yacht in Estonia and discovered all the delights that this historical country has to offer.  Explore the  picturesque old towns with cobbled courtyards and winding alleys that are gloriously overhung with amazing 12th and 13th century medieval churches, merchant’s houses, state buildings and warehouses. It is a city of delightful intrigue with prominent grey towers, topped by red tiles, arching gateways, towering ramparts, cobbled pavements and narrow winding streets.

Tallinn is a city that is steeped in history but it is not stuck in medieval times. The city is also alive with new and modern aspects with the Science and Technology Centre being the city’s showcase of  art and science. This thriving community is also graced  with a modern and efficient public transport system and a vibrant nightlife that hosts cigar bars, pool bars and nightclubs. Dining in this wonderful city is a pleasure with a great variety of cuisine from Pizza and Chinese food to traditional Estonian.
Once you have seen and lived the delights of Tallinn cruise over to the West coast and explore the many islands and islets which have also been designated a UNESCO Reserve. The best time to cruise in this area is from May to September, with June, July or August known as the best time of year. The winters here are cold and snow is prevalent.

Our partners: Velmundi , MMK booking-manager , Happy-Charter , GlobeSailor , Navigare Charter , Master-Yachting , Go4Sailing , Charterboat24 , Yachting-Holidays , Sailum  , Charter-Pool.com , Argos Yachtcharter , Next-Charter , Bluecharter , 1a Yachtcharter , Tubbber , Marine-Project , Yachtcharterfinder

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TALLINN – TALLINN
SUGGESTED ITINERARY FOR 1 WEEK


TALLINN – TALLINN
SUGGESTED ITINERARY FOR 2 WEEKS


Total:
43 NM
22 NM
30 NM
46 NM
33 NM
40 NM
33 NM
10 NM
24 NM
52 NM
20 NM

353 NM

TALLINN – HAAPSALU ONE-WAY
SUGGESTED ITINERARY FOR 1 WEEK


Total:
20 NM
52 NM
24 NM
23 NM
28 NM
12 NM

159 NM

TALLINN – HAAPSALU ONE-WAY
SUGGESTED ITINERARY FOR 2 WEEKS


Total:
20 NM
52 NM
42 NM
12 NM
50 NM
22 NM
33 NM
42 NM
48 NM
28 NM
12 NM

361 NM