Kihnu Marina is located in the north east part of Kihnu island, which is 7km long and up to 3.3km wide. In December 2014, a new port building was opened at the port; it has showers, a sauna and toilets for visitors. The port has an automatic petrol station, which services yachts among all else; there is also an information kiosk with all the necessary information for a visitor.
Vessels with a maximum length of 60 metres and a draught of 3.5 metres can dock at the port. The port supplies vessels with power, drinking water and other necessary services.
For many years, the men of Kihnu, who thrive as fishermen, routinely head out to sea for months at time, leaving behind their wives and children. As a result, the women of Kihnu have become known as the guardians of the island and its unique indigenous culture.
Originating from seal hunters and fishermen, the island will amaze you with its deep spirit of Estonian culture, rural architecture, and colourful village life.
Kihnu can be classified as one of the most interesting and unique places you will ever visit, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2003.
More about the things to do on the island here.
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