Port of Tallinn sees 13.3% more passengers

Vast majority sail between Estonian and Finnish capitals
The Port of Tallinn saw more than 741,000 passengers in March, an increase of 13.3% on the same month a year before.
As many as 87% of passengers using the port sailed between Tallinn and Helsinki (651,195), followed by Tallinn-Stockholm (12%) and Tallinn-St Petersburg (1%).
Tallink continues to have a dominant market share, at 64%, followed by Viking Line (20%), Eckero Line (15%) and St Peterline (1%).


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