2. Transportation

Hiiumaa is also Island, so getting there is possible only with ferry or boat. You will get there by diving vessel ´Deep Explorer´  from port Dirhami. You can drive with your car, or transfer vehicle will take you to port Dirhami from Tallinn and if weather allows, we don´t need to take the ferry, but can use our diving vessel.  If weather condition are rough, then you can leave your diving gear to diving vessel  ´´DE´´ and we will take ferry as safe option to travel the distance between mainland and Hiiumaa. In this case diving vessel will wait until weather will get better and follow us ASAP. Transfers between accommodation place and boat harbour at Hiiumaa will be organized by us.

Read more about Hiiumaa: http://www.visitestonia.com/en/holiday-destinations/the-islands/hiiumaa-island

Rummu quarry is ca 50km from Tallinn and it take no more than 1 hour to drive there.  We can dive there even at stormy days and weather is not an issue. If youre package includes accommodation at Rummu Holliday Village: Comfortable 8 person cottages with sauna, shower, toilet will be provided. You have possibility to prepare your own food or it can be ordered there for extra charge. Nearest supermarket is 15km away.  Most of the dives are made from special built 60m2 ferry what take you to the best diving spots of the lake. Water is warmer than in the sea and visibility is from good to excellent all round the year.  Wetsuit diving is ok during summer season. Your nondiving friends can explore the quarry by snorkeling or rent a canoes. Rummu offers also possibility to organize land tours and excursion to former prison area.

Transportation between accommodation and boat harbour (9km) is organized by us as part of the diving package. Distance between Tallinn, Rummu Quarry and Saarema (250km) you can travel with your own car, but it is also possible to orde extra transfer service from us. Getting to Island Saaremaa includes taking ferry from port Virtsu to port Kuivastu. Ferry Schedule & Prices you can find from here: https://www.praamid.ee/wp/?lang=en

NB! If you are traveling to Saaremaa during the weekend, please make sure you book your ferry tickets in advance.

Read more about Saaremaa: http://www.visitestonia.com/en/holiday-destinations/the-islands/saaremaa-island