High winds prompt Lindaliin to cancel all Monday departures ({{commentsTotal}})

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Lindaliin, the operator of a high-speed ferry service linking Tallinn and Helsinki, has canceled all of its scheduled Monday departures due to high winds.

According to company policy, Lindaliin's vessels do not operate if conditions include wind speeds exceeding 15 meters per second, or 33.5 miles per hour, and waves over two meters, or six and a half feet, high.

Lindaliin operates two high-speed catamarans, the Karolin and the Merilin, between the Estonian and Finnish capitals under the Linda Line Express brand.

Editor: Editor: Aili Vahtla



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