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The Association of Estonian Boatyards started as a keeper of wooden boat building traditions in 1997. The organization was reformed in 2009 and today it connects nearly all the biggest Estonian boatyards and subcontractors. The mission of the Association is to retain and develop shipbuilding traditions and maritime culture in Estonia. Its main goal is to develop Estonian small craft building sector, functioning as a professional association.

The home base of the association is situated on the Estonian island Saaremaa (Ösel). The uniqueness of Saaremaa small craft industry is expressed in a diverse production range and in equally high quality standards.

    composite-plus-5-axis-cncIBI Plus News writes: Composite Plus OÜ is to take delivery of a five-axis CNC milling machine next month. Composite Plus OÜ, an Estonian producer of GRP plugs and production moulds for the boatbuilding industry, is to take delivery of a new five-axis CNC milling machine in August. The company plans to market its CNC services...
    Target market Russia Russian flagThe seminar of Estonian small craft: Serious discussions in a mess: “Target market Russia” Current small craft seminar is dedicated to the Russian small craſt market, we turn the fore to the East and launch the export marketing project of the Association of Estonian Boatyards to build the image of Estonian boats in Russia. Seminar will take...
    Members of the Association of Estonian Boatyards will be participating in Turku boat fair Meri Kutsuu in Finland. The fair takes place in Turku fair and congress centre on 14-16th March and alltogether there are three Estonian boatbuilders introducing their production. Estonian boatbuilders have visited Turku boat fairs in spring and in autumn since 2009 where we’ve...
    Association of Estonian Boatyards (AEB) will be participating at Helsinki International Boat Show 2014  which is the biggest event of its kind in Finland and in Northern Europe. The show will take place at Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Centre on the 7-16th of February. Alltogether there will be 5 members of the AEB participating the show. This year...


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