About the brand TRANSESTONIA


TRANSESTONIA is a registered Trade Mark. The brand is self-explanatory - it means "transit through Estonia".


TRANSESTONIA brand has been used by the Estonian Logistics and Transit Promotion Agency since 2004. Estonian Annual Transit Conference, held each spring, is named accordingly.


TRANSESTONIA name has been used once earlier. M/S "Transestonia" (previously M/S "Farona"), operated by Tallink in 1990-2000, was the first cargo vessel sailing under the Estonian flag after Estonia regained its independence in 1991.


M/S "TRANSESTONIA" 1990-2000


Built 1972 Hollming Oy, Rauma, FIN (200)

IMO-number 7211139

Tonnage 6040 gt, 1812 nt, 4025 dwt

Length 118.09 m (oa)

Breadth 16.06 m (ext), 16.01 m (mld)

Draught 5.98 m

Speed 17 kn (max)

Passengers -

Cars 860 lanemetres

Containers 175 T.E.U.

Main engine 2 x Pielstick 9PC2L-400, 2 x 3305 kw, 2 x 4493 bhp

Sisterships AJMAN FLOWERS, DONATA (broken down), KARELIA NUSA SETIA (ex. PUCK)

Former names ARONA (-1986), LARONA (-1987), LARGO (-1989), FARONA (-1990)

Later names TRANSEST (2000-), TRANS (2001-), AJMAN TRANS (2004-2006)

Last voyage of the vessel ended on November 5, 2006 in Alang, India.