TRIP TO THE ISLANDS: PRANGLI and KERI
Did you know that there are 2222 islands in Estonia???
Now You know! About 3% of the population of our entire country lives on these islands!
During our trip to two of them - Prangli and Carey, we will spend a weekend at sea on a beautiful sailing yacht, exploring the amazing culture, history and nature of the Estonian islands.
During this voyage we may be lucky enough to watch the seals. In the Estonian Sea, there are about 4 thousand individuals.
Seals are amazing creatures. Usually, the seals have a rest on the rocks or swim near the boats with observers.
MAP OF OUR ROUTE
DESCRIPTION OF THE ROUTE
⇨ Our journey begins at the Kalev Yacht Club on our yachts. After we go to the Gulf of Tallinn and, rounding the island of Aegna, head east.
⇨ On the way to Prangli, we will have a picnic and enjoy a views, watching seals.
⇨ Arriving on the island, we will have 2-3 hours to explore its attractions. It will be possible to use either the audio guide and make an independent walk, or to pre-book a guide.
⇨ After the looting of the island, we will go in the direction of the island, which is the most remote from the land - Keri.
⇨ Going around this remote island, we will listen to stories about it and lie on the return course to Tallinn.
DURATION: 9-10 hours!
♢ Prangli Island
Prangli is an island with ancient settlements and unique nature. Colorful stories about the islanders and interesting places enough for the whole day.
What to see and do: walk in the back of a Prangli church
traditional fishing villages A unique gas well The most large glacial boulder Monument to the ship Eestirand стров The island restaurant
♢ Keri Island (or Koksher)
The depth of the sea around the island reaches 120 meters. Normal pier near the island
no, and the only opportunity to land on it is to use a small boat (dinghy). But if there is bad weather, the waves and the wrong wind - to land on the island or leave it is almost impossible.
The dimensions are small, a width of 200 and a length of 400 meters.
In the summer, the lighthouse keeper keeps watch on the island: he watches that rare guests do not drag the lighthouse equipment from the island and simply do not hooligan. Well, in the autumn Keri Island is completely uninhabited.
GET MORE INFORMATION AND BOOK YOUR TRIP:
(+372) 5550 4448
See you on board,