Estonia - General Info
UTC +2, summer time end March to end October UTC +3
Voltage: 230 V :
Frequency: 50 Hz
Normal shopping and banking hours are 09:00-18:00.
Supermarkets remain open until 23:00 on weekdays.
Euro (as from 1st January 2011).
Credit cards are widely accepted.
International Dialing Code for Estonia is +372.
Mobile phone - Call your cell phone provider to make sure that they offer phone coverage in Estonia. Ask to be upgraded to international roaming.
The Estonia SIM card provides a simple, convenient, and affordable and will require a SIM-unlocked GSM cell phone that supports the 900 and 1800 frequencies.
There are public WiFi zones all around the country and internet access in libraries and post offices.
General Emergency number - 112
Police only - 110
IMRAY AND ADLARD COLES PILOT BOOKS are available at a discounted price for Noonsite.com users via World Cruising Club.
The Baltic Sea - RCC Pilotage Foundation
Publisher - Imray (3rd Edition May 2010
For review click here
ISBN 978 184623 187
Estonian Cruising Guide 2006-07
By Hillar Kukk & Martsaarso
The Cruising Almanac 2015
By Cruising Association and Imray
Publisher Imray (2015 Edition)
Covers North West Europe from Shetland and southern Norway to Gibraltar and West Ireland to the Baltic. Fully revised and additional plans. Available as Imray Nautical Apps for iPad users. Free updates approximately every two months
Russian charts can be ordered from DML, Olympic Yacht Club, 1 Regati Boulevard, EE 0103 Tallinn, Estonia.
A useful travel log by Nicholas Hill on sailing the Baltic. Very good descriptions, photos etc.
Information on marinas in Estonia.
April 2015: Publications reviewed and revised
November 2013: Data and links checked.
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