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Electric Water Marathon 2020.

Celebrating the 40 years since the 1980 Olympic regatta.

 

Please note that the schedule can change!

  • 01

    Day 1, Thursday, 28 May

    From port Noblessner to port Pirita, Tallinn.
    Challenge Race between different classes from port Noblessner to port Pirita.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

    Noblessner Marina was opened in 2010, with a yacht club and a sailing school. The port accommodates a total of one hundred yachts up to 24 meters in length. The port has the ablution facilities, plus a washer and dryer. In the near future, the harbor breakwater will be reconstructed and refueling and canning services will be added.

    Location: 59° 27′ 15,4″ N, 24° 43′ 43,7″ E

  • 02

    Day 1, Thursday, 28 May

    From port Pirita to port Kakumäe, Tallinn.

    Challenge Race Finish at the 1980 Olympic fire.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

    Each year, Pirita harbor has been visited by vessels that sail under 20 different flags. Pirita harbor has all necessary washing facilities (saunas, showers), water and electricity supply, also garbage dumps, places for bilge water utilization, and filling stations for launches. On the spot it is possible to provide minor maintenance and repair services, hoisting of vessels during the navigation season. The stores located at the harbor sell spare parts for yachts, launches, and boats, clothes for seafarers and other marine equipment.

    Location: 59° 28,2′ N, 24° 49,2′ E

  • 03

    Day 1, Thursday, 28 May

    Port Haven Kakumäe, Tallinn. The first overnight stop.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

    Haven Kakumäe – is a new maritime recreation center in Tallinn, Estonia. Here you can find the modern marina with full services and infrastructure, restaurant Puri and luxury seafront apartments Lesta 10 Residence located in the harbor.

    Location: 59° 27′ 06″ N, 24° 36′ 30″ E

  • 04

    Day 2, Friday, 29 May

    Morning start from port Haven Kakumäe, Estonia to Helsinki South Harbor, Finland.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

    South Harbour (Finnish: Eteläsatama, Swedish: Södra hamnen) is a bay and harbor area immediately next to the center of the city of Helsinki, Finland. 4.7 million passengers in liner traffic and some 37 000 international cruise passengers travel through it every year. In addition to that, also over million tonnes of unitized cargo passes through South Harbour. The most of the harbor’s traffic is to Stockholm, Sweden and Tallinn, Estonia, and cruises. In the summertime, there is also much small ship traffic.

    Location: 60° 10′ 27.6″ N, 24° 57′ 44.2″ E

  • 05

    Day 2, Friday, 29 May

    Second overnight stop.

    The exact location will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

  • 06

    Day 3, Saturday, 30 May

    Port of Lovisa, charging of the electric boats.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

  • 07

    Day 3, Saturday, 30 May

    Port of Kotka. Third overnight stop.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

  • 08

    Day 4, Sunday, 31 May

    Port of Sillamäe, Estonia. The forth overnight stop.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

  • 09

    Day 5, Monday, 1 June

    Port of Sosnovy Bor, charging of the electric boats.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

  • 10

    Day 5, Monday, 1 June

    Port of Kronstadt, Russia. Border crossing.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

    Kronstadt also spelled Kronshtadt, is an early 18th-century foundation which became an important international center of commerce whose trade role was eclipsed by the growth of its strategic significance in the ensuing centuries as the primary maritime defense outpost of the former Russian capital. It is now the port city in Kronshtadtsky District of the federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia, located on Kotlin Island, 30 kilometers (19 mi) west of Saint Petersburg, near the head of the Gulf of Finland. It is linked to the former Russian capital by a combination levee-causeway-seagate, the St Petersburg Dam, part of the city’s flood defenses, which also acts as road access to Kotlin island from the mainland.

    Location: 59° 59′ 11.5″ N, 29° 46′ 22.6″ E

  • 11

    Day 5, Monday, 1 June

    Yacht Club of Saint-Petersburg. The 5th overnight stop.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

    The St. Petersburg Yacht Club (SPYC) is a private yacht club located in St. Petersburg, Florida (United States) and a member of the Gulf Yachting Association and the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs.

    Location: 59° 59′ 12.2″ N, 30° 09′ 59.7″ E

  • 12

    Day 6, Tuesday, 2 June

    St. Petersburg River Yacht Club. 6th overnight stop.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

    The St. Petersburg River Yacht Club is the largest yacht club in the European part of the Russian Federation.

    The yacht club is located in one of the most beautiful places in St. Petersburg – on the Petrovskaya Spit. The berths of the yacht club are designed for more than 350 vessels, the fleet is about 100 sailing yachts. Since its foundation in 1860, the yacht club has had to change its borders and names more than once – until 1996 it was known as the Central Yacht Club.

    Currently, the St. Petersburg River Trade Union Yacht Club occupies about 12 hectares of land. On its territory are constantly held competitions, holidays, concerts.

    Location: 59° 57′ 52.4″ N, 30° 14′ 40.0″ E

  • 13

    Day 7, Wednesday, 3 June

    SPIEF 2020, river Neva canals.

    More info will be revealed at the beginning of 2020.

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