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Marinas in Scotland
Aberdour Club

Aberdour Club

Marina in Fife
Aberdour offers a warm welcome and a unique resting place for weary ships, sailors and crews. The historic harbor offers shelter from the elements and a safe haven against the stone pier. The port is tidal, but can be accessed for about two to three hours on each side of high tide, depending on the draft. When the tide goes out, it is possible to anchor, in the bay, next to the boats of the members. Drinking water is available at two points along the pier. Electrical outlet points (240V) and sanitary facilities are available through the Aberdour Boat Club. Request a key if you need access to the clubhouse.
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Acarsaid Mhor (Eriskay) Harbour

Acarsaid Mhor (Eriskay) Harbour

Marina in Western Isles
A good sheltered natural harbour offers protection from all directions. It is on the east side of Eriskay in the Minch. Mostly fishing with some local leisure users. Stornoway MRCC, Barra Lifeboat, 3 Miles to Ferry terminal for Eriskay to Barra (Calmac) Waste disposal at pier, 1 Tonne SWL Crane, 3 miles to Eriskay Community shop Pontoons next to main pier. Good anchorage in the harbour area. Limited berthing. The local harbour master can call in engineers on request. Need Antares charts as entrance tricky, accessibility ok but watch bar at 1.7 chart datum so care needed. Lit so could be accessible at night. Leading marks lit as is Stb hand mark. Good holding and plenty of space. https://www.visitouterhebrides.co.uk/our-islands/uist/eriskay
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Arbroath Harbour

Arbroath Harbour

Marina in Angus
The harbour is used by: inshore fishing boats commercial vessels offering day trips to anglers and sightseers small craft including yachts Long term berths are available annually or for part of the year.
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Ardfern Yacht Centre

Ardfern Yacht Centre

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Located towards the head of Loch Craignish at the Northern end of the Sound of Jura Ardfern Yacht Centre sits within an idyllic natural harbour. Whether on a pontoon berth or swinging mooring you will find the area sheltered from the worst of the weather no matter what the wind direction.
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Ayr Yacht and Cruising Club

Ayr Yacht and Cruising Club

Marina in South Ayrshire
Ayr Yacht and Boating Club is a small boating club situated in the River Ayr. Contact Dougie for more information.
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Ballantrae Harbour

Ballantrae Harbour

Marina in South Ayrshire
The beautiful Ballantrae-Ocean access Marina located on the wide St. Lucie River is a privatly owned boat marina consisting of 67 slips, ranging in size from 35' to 50', and able to accomodate smaller boats since many have lifts. Each slip is owned by homeowners in Ballantrae. The Ballantrae Yacht Club is the governing body and all slip owners are members. Member parties and events are regularly held.
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Bowling Basin

Bowling Basin

Marina in West Dunbartonshire
This marina is a very weather secure marina with friendly staff and is very good value.
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Buckie harbour

Buckie harbour

Marina in Moray
Our main commercial port is Buckie who now primarily serve the needs of the recreational boating community. Visitors to the Port of Buckie by ship should contact the port office to inform them of their arrival. You can call 01542 831700 or VHF radio Channel 16, working channel 12.
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Burghead harbour

Burghead harbour

Marina in Moray
Recreational berths are available at this port, but due to popular demand. A 196-meter quay wall is intended for pleasure boats and the remaining 216 meters for commercial vessels. Visitors to the port of Burghead by boat should contact the port office to inform them of their arrival. You can call 01542 831700 or VHF radio Channel 16, working channel 12. +44 1343 543451
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Burnmouth Harbour

Burnmouth Harbour

Marina in Scottish Borders
Burnmouth itself comprises a group of 5 villages. Part of it is at the foot of a deep ravine next to the port protected from the elements by dangerous rocks and reefs that form a natural barrier. It is used by various fishing and pleasure boats.
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Burntisland Sailing Club

Burntisland Sailing Club

Marina in Fife
Inchcolm Harbor The club has two main moorings areas: about 25 fore and aft moorings inside the harbor entrance and pontoon berths for over a dozen yachts in the inner dock. Visiting Burntisland Sailing Club welcomes visitors to our pontoons, where vistor space is clearly marked. Booking is essential. Please contact us to discuss availability for your visit.
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Caley Marina

Caley Marina

Marina in Highland
We have a 50-berth marina in Inverness, large glassware, two fully equipped workshops, an extensive boat brokerage section and other essential marine services. Our team of experts can help with practical advice and offer leading seafood products. A Highland family business with a forward-thinking outlook, we pride ourselves on doing what we say we will do.
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Cameron House Marina

Cameron House Marina

Marina in West Dunbartonshire
Nestled in a sheltered bay at the southern end of the loch’s western shore, Cameron House Marina's stunning location is dominated by the skyline of Ben Lomond. Its unbeatable location and impressive facilities are unrivalled by any marina resort in the UK. The marina has 234 berths and can accommodate boats from 16 to 50 feet. On-site facilities include brokerage and hoist operation by Marine Sales. There’s also a repairs service provided by Camburn Marine, cleaning and valeting by Marine Clean, as well as petrol and diesel fuel stations.
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Carradale Harbour

Carradale Harbour

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Currently one of Scotland’s less visited treasures, Carradale Harbour is located on the east side of the Kintyre peninsula which lies on Scotland’s west coast. The harbour looks out across the deep waters of Kilbrannan Sound towards towering mountains on the Isle of Arran, just 3 miles away. The Gulf Stream creates a milder climate here than is experienced further east in Scotland which makes this a desirable place to live or just to visit.
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Cellardyke Harbour

Cellardyke Harbour

Marina in Fife
A small harbour used by a few local creel boats and leisure craft.
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Chanonry Sailing Club

Chanonry Sailing Club

Marina in Highland
For yacht owners we have summer trotting moorings (boats up to 32 feet) and our own little drying port. There are intra- and inter-club races, as well as an organized cruise program. A comfortable clubhouse with high-end facilities and a kitchen and a balcony by the water. The Club operates a trots mooring scheme in Fortrose Bay for members’ cruisers and keelboats and members are able, subject to availability, to take out a lease on a seasonal mooring. Additionally, an annual fee is payable by each lease holder to the Crown Estates Commissioners via the Club and there is an annual charge for moorings maintenance. The upper riser part of the mooring is lifted at the end of the sailing season.
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Clyde Marina Ltd

Clyde Marina Ltd

Marina in North Ayrshire
Clyde Marina offers full service facilities. With the deepest water marina berthing in the Clyde, we are also the most protected within our fully walled basin and with the provision of a storm gate which we can close for additional protection if required. Our hard standing is 7 acres of fully surfaced and serviced boatyard, suitable for laying up 300 vessels. Also boasting a large storage boat shed for winter undercover if required. We are very proud of our reputation for providing a professional service and great facilities at a reasonable price. Clyde Marina’s staff hope you enjoy your stay with us and the beautiful sailing waters, islands, sea lochs and abundant wildlife on our doorstep.
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Cramond Boat Club

Cramond Boat Club

Marina in Edinburgh
An artificial bar along the mouth of the Almond River retains a pool of varying depths in shallow water. The Club places around 40 moorings in this pool for suitable keelboats up to 28 feet deep. The boats are moored to earth chains, secured at the bow and stern. The Club has a closed boat park with space for around 40 boats during the summer. After the sailing season, the boat park is shared by keelboats and winter-grade boats. Storage for trailers, inflatable boats, and outboards is available in the boat park and boathouse. Inflatable boats are removed from the boat's shed by crane to make room for winter storage. Hard bids may be padlocked to a chain on the bench north of the clubhouse, subject to available space and at the risk of the owners.
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Craobh Marina

Craobh Marina

Marina in Argyll and Bute
The 250 berth Craobh Marina, located on the Northern shore of the Craignish peninsula, was created in one of the most scenic areas of Scotland. An ideal base for exploring the West Coast.
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Crinan Basin

Crinan Basin

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Crinan truly is one of those unexpected delights that travellers stumble upon and fall in love with. In this tiny village where the Crinan Canal enters the Sound of Jura you can wander around the paths, lock gates, towpaths and the shoreline simply enjoying the beauty, wildlife and tranquillity of this stunning location before enjoying some of the tastiest, and freshest, seafood on offer from the nearby hotel and restaurants. Located on Scotland’s west coast in the region of Argyll known as Knapvale, the name Crinan is likely to have derived from the Creones tribe who lived in the area in 140 AD
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Cromarty Harbour

Cromarty Harbour

Marina in Highland
The Cromarty Harbor Trust boundaries extend 200 yards from the harbor itself. Please note that moorings within this area are subject to charges. There are several docking categories available both along the wall and on the pontoon. Commercial, fishing and recreational vessels are currently housed seasonally and long-term. A small number of visitor berths are available subject to demand and prevailing weather conditions and as such cannot be guaranteed. Every effort will be made to accommodate visitors and anyone wishing to use the port should contact Port Captain Ronald Young at 07751244065 for updated information.
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Cullen Harbour

Cullen Harbour

Marina in Moray
Cullen Harbor has two basins, with only the largest inland basin used for mooring. Fresh water supplies are available, and those wishing to visit should contact the port captain in advance as the port dries up completely at low tide. www.moray.gov.uk
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D R B Marine Services Ltd

D R B Marine Services Ltd

Marina in Argyll and Bute
At D.R.B. Marine we offer the complete storage and mooring package for boats of all shapes and sizes. Full boatyard facilities, together with on-site craftsmen to care and repair for your pride and joy. Our moorings are at the mouth of the Gareloch near the Clyde estuary. The Gareloch is a secure anchorage due to the hills on either side, providing excellent protection to vessels in its waters. We also have a limited number of berths/pontoons alongside our jetty, these berths can be used to load/unload your vessels easier after being in storage or just going into storage.
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Drummore Harbour

Drummore Harbour

Marina in Dumfries and Galloway
Drummore bay provides safe anchorage on a sandy bottom. Some areas of rock exist to the north of the bay and should be avoided. Closer to the harbour itself is currently a sandy bottom. Drummore harbour has been very recently bought over by "Kirkmaiden comunity Harbour trust" and now is easily accessible with the gravel/sand bar being removed entirely.
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Dunbar Harbour Trust

Dunbar Harbour Trust

Marina in East Lothian
Dunbar Harbor is a very active port with a commercial fleet landing mainly shellfish. There is a thriving sailing club and a coastal rowing club and attracts many dive clubs to enjoy the seas around Dunbar. Harbor.JPG The harbor is also home to one of the largest lifeboat stations in the area and if you are lucky you may also see Sammy, the friendly resident seal, who spends his time swimming around the harbor waiting for a fish dinner from the fishermen.
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Dunstaffnage Marina Ltd

Dunstaffnage Marina Ltd

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Dunstaffnage Marina offers superb summer and winter facilities with 250 fully serviced berths for yachts, superyachts or motor vessels. Our beautiful location provides excellent access to Scotland’s West Coast and Island sailing. Dunstaffnage Marina is the best location on the West Coast of Scotland due to its geographic position, and tidal conditions allowing access to the North and West at all states of the tide. Being close to Oban with all the transport links to the UK and Europe it has to be the ideal West Coast Marina.
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Dunure Harbour

Dunure Harbour

Marina in South Ayrshire
Depth can vary depending on tide from between 0.5 meets to 5 meters Dunure Harbour, built 1811. A small rectangular basin formed by two straight rubble piers with rounded ends. The landward sides are partly rock-cut
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Eyemouth Harbour Trust

Eyemouth Harbour Trust

Marina in Scottish Borders
Welcome to Eyemouth Harbour – we are a busy and industrious port situated at the heart of the attractive, cosmopolitan town of Eyemouth. Uniquely positioned on Scotland’s south-east coast, the harbour has long been a strategically important base and stopping-off point for all kinds of boats, businesses and people. We are the largest and most secure harbour in the area and offer 24-hour, lock-free access to a deep-water berthing facility. There is ready access to all essential services and supplies for fishing, leisure and commercial boats as you would expect from a busy working harbour. Please take a few moments to have a look at our website or contact us direct with any queries.
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Fairlie Quay Marina

Fairlie Quay Marina

Marina in North Ayrshire
Located to the south of the pier there are twenty four serviced moorings ranging up to ten ton capacity. We have a Wise 80 ton travel hoist, a purpose built hoist pier and 100 metres of heavy duty service pontoons. There is 24 hour security on site, both manned and CCTV. To comply with government legislation, Fairlie Quay is also ISPS compliant. There is over 60,000 sq ft of covered storage and a large clean concrete apron which allows boats to be stored in a clean environment. This is a very popular facility and early booking for winter storage under cover is essential.
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Findhorn Marina

Findhorn Marina

Marina in Moray
Findhorn Marina is a family run business established in 1969, situated on Findhorn Bay in the local Nature Reserve, opposite Culbin Sands, and is the last outpost of the beautiful Findhorn peninsula. The Marina offers a wide range of services; pontoon berthing (summer season), boatyard services, RYA training centre, Captains Table Cafe and gift shop.
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Findochty Marina

Findochty Marina

Marina in Moray
There are more than 100 berths available to meet the demand for a wide range of pleasure and fishing boats, consisting mainly of fishing boards and longliners that catch mackerel. There is no port captain at Findochty, so all those who wish to visit by boat should contact the port office on 01542 831700 to inform them of arrival and access times. Alternatively, VHF radio Channel 16, working channel 12.
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Fisherrow Harbour

Fisherrow Harbour

Marina in East Lothian
Facilities for visiting ships Mooring drying on East Pier. Port entrance available approx. High tide +/- 2.5 hours for boats with a draft of 1 m. Toilets, showers, kitchen facilities available at Fisherrow Yacht Club for visiting boats
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Forth Corinthian Yacht Club

Forth Corinthian Yacht Club

Marina in Edinburgh
All visiting yachts people are welcome to use the clubhouse as temporary members without payment.
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Forth Cruising Club

Forth Cruising Club

Marina in Fife
North Queensferry Boat Club is primarily aimed at anyone who wishes to have an interest in boating and would like to share that desire, along with other like-minded individuals, here in West Bay, North Queensferry. Basically, the Club can be considered multifunctional within a navigation environment. The club is unique in its own right with a comprehensive approach to boating and navigation by its members, along with the ease of launching and retrieving boats using our Dumper / HIAB facility. The facilities within our club workshop will allow members to perform essential maintenance and repairs on their boats. Water and electricity are available on the dock. Showers and toilets are available in our clubhouse. Upstairs in the clubhouse there is a bar and a living room. The bar does not have a regular schedule, it is open only for specific events, such as some barbecues, regattas and post-race parties (see Calendar), but if you are organizing a club cruise, please let us know you are coming and we can organize the event. bar available if needed. In front of the clubhouse there is a patio and a garden with seating that you can use.
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Girvan Harbour

Girvan Harbour

Marina in South Ayrshire
It is a Public Harbour. I reviewed these notes in July 2022. The progress in this harbour over the last ten years has been impressive; it's not a large town and they have all worked hard to arrive where they are now. It's still only £2.70 a metre all in.
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Helmsdale Harbour

Helmsdale Harbour

Marina in Highland
Helmsdale was established in 1818 as a fishing village, primarily for herring fishing, similar to many other villages in the Highlands during that era. Presently, the harbour is a prominent characteristic of Helmsdale village, and several fishing vessels are stationed there, which gives it a sense of being a functional harbour. David Seddon, Marine Superintendent Email: david.seddon@highland.gov.uk Office:01349 781614 Mobile: 07768 030305
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Holy Loch Marina

Holy Loch Marina

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Holy Loch Marina offers all the sailing and yachting facilities you would expect to find in a well established marina, and is situated amongst beautiful scenery in a relaxing, established holiday area. Located in Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland, it is just 20 minutes by frequent ferry from Gourock, which is not far from Glasgow. Loch Long and the Upper Firth of Clyde are just a short sail away. There are abundant facilities for yachts and boats and their passengers both at the marina and nearby.
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Inner Harbour Marina

Inner Harbour Marina

Marina in Western Isles
Stornoway is a favourite destination for those sailing to the Outer Hebrides and exploring the islands by boat, Stornoway is the largest harbour in the Outer Hebrides. The port is well sheltered and easy to access at all states of the tide for vessels up to a maximum length of 24 metres and 3m draft in all weather conditions. The Inner Harbour Marina lies right in the heart of the town centre, which provides ample opportunity to explore the culture and tradition of Lewis that makes it so unique today. The following services are available: Toilets/showers, Shore power, Fuel berth, Gas supplies, Petrol available, Repair facilities, Chandlery, Wi-Fi available If you would like to enquire about availability, please fill out our Marina Enquiry Form and a member of the team will get back to you
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Inverness Marina Limited

Inverness Marina Limited

Marina in Highland
Inverness Marina is a 150 berth marina just one mile from Inverness City centre and 15 minutes by road from Inverness Airport. Shelter is perfect and access is possible at all states of the tide with Min depth 3.0m LAT. All berths have electricity, water and wi-fi. Inverness Marina is part of The Yacht Harbour Association's Gold Anchor Award Scheme and we are rated at Four Gold Anchors. This means that we reach the international standards set for marinas and that we offer excellent facilities, a very high level of service to our members and we have achieved the ICOMIA Clean Marina standard.
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James Watt Dock Marina

James Watt Dock Marina

Marina in Inverclyde
James Watt Dock Marina offers around 170 berths alongside or on finger pontoons for craft ranging in size from 7m to 100+m within a historic dock setting. With excellent motorway and public transport connections and easy access to some of the best sailing waters at all states of tide, James Watt Dock Marina provides unbeatable opportunities for boaters A list of our marina and boatyard services are listed below: Marina Services Berthing for up to 170 boats Toilet, Shower & Disabled Facilities Diesel, Petrol and Calor Gas Visitor Berths Available Waste Disposal High Definition CCTV Supported by Manned Security Patrols Boatyard Facilities 11t lifting capacity Roodberg cradle mover Manitou telehandler Cradle and boat stand hire Under cover storage for boats Under cover storage for caravans and vehicles Secure boatyard with hard standing storage for 50+ boats Power and water to boatyard
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Kinghorn Sailing Club

Kinghorn Sailing Club

Marina in Fife
Kinghorn Sailing Club offers excellent facilities provided by its clubhouse on the Kinghorn shore. The facilities include: Changing rooms Showers Kitchen room General meeting room Storage for masts, sails and sail tackle Separate boat maintenance shed https://www.facebook.com/kinghornsailingclub/
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Kinlochbervie harbour

Kinlochbervie harbour

Marina in Highland
Kinlochbervie is a natural harbor that provides a safe spot for fishing boats. The harbor is situated close to the abundant fishing grounds of the North and West Coast of Scotland, which means less time and fuel expense for boats to reach the fishing areas. This maximizes the time spent fishing and minimizes costs for boat owners. The Kinlochbervie Fish Selling Company operates an auction market where fish is sold. They offer an all-inclusive service, including supply of ice, stores, and fishing gear. Modern refrigerated transport is available to take fish to destinations in the rest of the UK and Europe. The harbor area includes all waters below the level of MHWS that form the approaches of Loch Clash, Loch Inchard, Loch Bervie, and Achriesgill Bay. The boundary starts at Latitude 58° 27.087' N, Longitude 05° 04.603' W and goes in a WNW direction for 15 meters to the easternmost point of Eilean Dubh at Latitude 58° 27.093' N, Longitude 05° 04.616' W. It then goes in a northerly direction for 705 meters to reach the westernmost point of Rubha na Leacaig at Latitude 58° 27.470' N, Longitude 05° 04.631' W. From there, it continues in a NNE direction for 823 meters to the easternmost point of Eilean A’Chonnaidh at Latitude 57° 50.202' N, Longitude 03° 49.634' W. Finally, it continues in a NNE direction for 210 meters to reach Latitude 58° 28.014' N, Longitude 05° 04.435' W, at the level of MHWS. Available berths Berthing is available more or less anywhere in the harbour, Old Fishmarket Quay, New Fishmarket (preferably at weekends) East Wall and North Wall. Wooden Pier berthing is available only for fuelling and ice. The pontoon development, which was completed in March 2009, has been extended in 2013 to cater for the increasing number of visiting yachts and other pleasure crafts. The extension was jointly funded by The Highland Council Harbours and The Highland Council LEADER program. The pontoons can now accommodate four more visitor berths. The east pontoons are available without power or water, while the west pontoons have both power and water. Berthing at the east wall access steps is only allowed for emergency access purposes.
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Kip Marina

Kip Marina

Marina in Inverclyde
Kip Marina has 600 protected pontoon berths available 24 hours a day seven days a week for vessels up to 24m with a maximum draft of 3.5 metres. All pontoon berths are serviced with 240v power and fresh water points. The pontoons and wide water access channels make life very straight forward for manoeuvring your vessel within the Marina.
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Kirkcudbright Marina

Kirkcudbright Marina

Marina in Dumfries and Galloway
The Quay, harbour office and Pontoon Marina lies on the River Dee below Kirkcudbright Bridge. The pontoon Marina itself, can accommodate up to 50 small craft. Access to the marina is restricted to users only.
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Kyle Community Pontoons

Kyle Community Pontoons

Marina in Highland
The Kyle & Community Trust (KLCT) owns the pontoons in Kyle village centre, which provide berthage for 20 boats and nearby moorings with space for a further 5 boats. These are available for use by both visitors and local boats, with some space also available for commercial boat operators. These facilities are available from April to September each year.
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Largs Yacht Haven

Largs Yacht Haven

Marina in North Ayrshire
We have 730 berths, fully serviced with power and water. The marina is accessible at all states of tide. Visiting boats are very welcome but, as Largs is a popular destination, we ask you to book a berth in advance.
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Linnhe Marina

Linnhe Marina

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Linnhe Marine is a marina situated in Dallens Bay which is sheltered by Shuna Island, just north of Lismore Island in Loch Linnhe on the West Coast of Scotland. We have a pontoon with deep water access at all tides, mainly for loading/unloading and filling with diesel and water, and only suitable for mooring alongside when space allows and in calm weather. The southern channel, inside Shuna Island, is buoyed in summer, minimum depth 3 metres LWS.
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Loch Lomond Marina-Floetree Ltd

Loch Lomond Marina-Floetree Ltd

Marina in West Dunbartonshire
Our marina enjoys an excellent reputation for quality and affordability and we are happy to welcome customers from across the boating industry and boating enthusiasts to visit today and check out our wide variety of stock and services. We have the ideal location at the southern end of Loch Lomond, on the River Leven.
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Lossiemouth Marina

Lossiemouth Marina

Marina in Moray
Welcome to Lossiemouth Marina. The Marina provides excellent, modern, comprehensive facilities for exploring the Moray Firth, the Northern Isles, and north west Europe!
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Macduff Harbour Office

Macduff Harbour Office

Marina in Aberdeenshire
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Mallaig Harbour Authority

Mallaig Harbour Authority

Marina in Highland
Mallaig is one of the most picturesque villages on the rugged North West coastline of Scotland. The area is a haven for sailors of all types and Mallaig Yachting Marina provides the ideal location for experiencing and exploring the magnificent sailing opportunities available on the West Coast of Scotland. The brand new marina facilities in Mallaig comprise a secure pontoon fit for 50 vessels with walk-on access to the shore.
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Nairn Harbour

Nairn Harbour

Marina in Highland
Nairn harbour is a popular leisure vessel facility and holiday destination that was once an ancient fishing port. It offers a limited number of visitor berths to mariners who want to explore the Highlands and enjoy the hospitality of the town of Nairn. The harbour area covers all waters below the level of MHWS and starts at the A96 trunk road bridge over the River Nairn at Bridge Street. It follows the West bank of the River Nairn at the level of MHWS via the harbour mouth and ends at the East bank of the River Nairn on the level of MHWS to the A96 trunk road bridge over the River Nairn at Bridge Street. It extends up to Latitude 57° 35.39’ N, Longitude 03° 52.236’ W; then in a N'ly direction for a distance of 905 metres to Latitude 57° 35.877’ N, Longitude 03° 52.299’ W; then in an E'ly direction for a distance of 1420 metres to Latitude 57° 35.396’ N, Longitude 03 50.874'W; then in a S'ly direction for a distance of 470m to Latitude 57° 35.681’ N, Longitude 03 50.846'W. No pilotage services are available, but it is recommended to seek local advice from the Harbour Master. The entrance to the harbour is located at the mouth of the River Nairn, between the two piers that extend seaward on each side of the river mouth. The entrance should only be approached from the N.N.W. direction within the white portion of the sector light located on the East pier head. The harbour entrance is very tidal and cannot be navigated at low water. It is recommended to not attempt entry at night unless familiar with the harbour. At extremely low water, a sand and gravel bar is exposed approximately 200 metres N.N.W. from the pier head. Caution should be exercised when crossing the bar, especially during the ebb tide in a swell. The safest times for entry are at 1.5 hours on either side of HW. However, it is recommended for visiting vessels to plan their passage to arrive on the rising tide to reduce the risk of stranding in the river on the falling tide. For any queries related to Nairn harbour, you can contact Robbie Barron, the Harbour Master, on phone 01667 456008, mobile 07851 635088, or email nairn.harbourmaster@gmail.com. For all other enquiries, please contact harbours HQ by email harbours@highland.gov.uk or Tony Usher, Harbours Manager on telephone 01349 781615 07785 341188. You can also reach David Seddon, Marine Superintendent, on email david.seddon@highland.gov.uk, office 01349 781614, or mobile 07768 030305.
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Newhaven Harbour

Newhaven Harbour

Marina in Edinburgh
At the western extremity of Leith Docks is Newhaven Harbour, Edinburgh's traditional fish market. Newhaven, still a distinctive community in the seafaring tradition, can trace its history back to 1504. Newhaven retains some of the characteristics of a fishing port and a reputation for fish restaurants.
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Newton Marina

Newton Marina

Marina in Western Isles
The Newton Marina officially opened in May 2021, later than originally planned due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Newton Marina is a 75 berth facility which includes a public slipway for launching of vessels, a 100t boat lift as well as onshore storage. Although our newest marina, the location of our Inner Harbour Marina is much more convenient for visitors, and therefore the Newton Marina is primarily for long stay vessels. A maximum vessel length of 15 m with available draft of 2.5 m. Shore power is available
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North Berwick Harbour

North Berwick Harbour

Marina in East Lothian
There are toilets and a water hose at the port. Visiting yachts affiliated with a RYA club can use the washing and showering facilities at the East Lothian Yacht Club. Contact with an ELYC officer must be made through the Harbourmaster to gain access to the clubhouse. North Berwick town center is very close and there is a variety of shops available just a 5 minute walk from the harbor. Should you need contact outwith these times please ring 07776 467373 and a member of the Harbour Management Team will deal with your enquiry.
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North Queensferry Boat Club

North Queensferry Boat Club

Marina in Fife
North Queensferry Boat Club is primarily aimed at anyone who wishes to have an interest in boating and would like to share that desire, along with other like-minded individuals, here in West Bay, North Queensferry. Basically, the Club can be considered multifunctional within a navigation environment. The club is unique in its own right with a comprehensive approach to boating and navigation by its members, along with the ease of launching and retrieving boats using our Dumper / HIAB facility. The facilities within our club workshop will allow members to perform essential maintenance and repairs on their boats.
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Oban Harbour

Oban Harbour

Marina in Argyll and Bute
The North Pier is owned and operated by Argyll& Bute Council which is the Statutory Harbour Authority for this facility. The main berth lies on the South West side of the Pier and is 73 metres long. At Low Water there is a depth of approximately 3 metres depth at the South East end and 5 metres depth at the North West end. The South East side of the Pier is used by a variety of small vessels including fish farm RIBS, the Oban Marina ferry charter boats and those vessels that wish to dry out. Care must be taken as this berth is shallow and dries at Spring Low Water. The North West side of the Pier is used by a variety of small commercial vessels, i.e. fish farm servicing vessels, dive boats, tugs, etc and also by small leisure, charter and sail training vessels. The depth alongside at Low Water varies but is approximately 2 metres. The South Quay is owned by Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) which is also the Statutory Harbour Authority for this facility. Use of this Quay (and Railway Pier and slipway) is covered by CMAL’s terms, conditions and charges. The South Quay is reserved for use by fishing vessels to land their catch. Other vessels are not permitted to berth on this Quay. The allocation of berths, the movement of vessels to and from the South Quay and the collection of harbour dues is undertaken by CalMac Ferries Ltd on behalf of CMAL. Contact details for CalMac’s Piermaster are as follows:- Email: oban.piermaster@calmac.co.uk Tel: 01631 565854 The Quay is approximately 90 metres long and is normally used by vessels up to 20metres in length. At Low Water there is approximately 3 metres depth of water at the East end and 5m at the West end. The shore facilities, including the supply of bulk ice, are operated under contract to CMAL by Oban Port Users Ltd, Unit 1, South Pier, Oban, PA34 4LS. Tel: 01631 563354 The Railway Pier is owned by Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) which is also the Statutory Harbour Authority for this facility. It is operated under contract to CMAL by CalMac Ferries Ltd. The linkspan berths (D) are reserved for use by ferries, and no other vessels are permitted to use them. On the inner side of No.2 linkspan there is approximately 110 metres of berthing for fishing and other small commercial vessels up to 25 metres in length. The depth alongside at Low Water varies from 4.5 metres at the South end to 2.5 metres at the North end. The slipway used by the Lismore ferry can be used, outside of ferry times, to launch and recover trailered vessels. Use of the slipway can only be undertaken with the specific permission of the Piermaster. Northern Lighthouse Board Wharf (E) This is a private facility and it is owned and operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB). The Wharf is used by the NLB’s two tenders, Pharos and Pole Star, to load and discharge a variety of materials and equipment for the maintenance of buoys and other navigation marks. By prior arrangement, it can also be available to other commercial vessels. The berth is 100 meters in length and can accommodate vessels up to a maximum draught of 5 meters.
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Peterhead Bay Marina

Peterhead Bay Marina

Marina in Aberdeenshire
Peterhead Bay Marina is a purpose-built leisure facility catering for local and visiting boat owners. The marina gives Peterhead one of the finest equipped leisure harbours in the east of Scotland, offering a comprehensive range of services and facilities for the leisure sailor. Its easterly position means Peterhead is an ideal safe stopover point for vessels heading to and from Scandinavia. The marina is also used extensively by vessels heading along the east coast to the Caledonian Canal and the popular sailing areas on the west coast of Scotland. Peterhead Bay Marina has earned a reputation as one of the friendliest and cleanest marinas in Scotland.
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Port Anstruther

Port Anstruther

Marina in Fife
The information in this section is provided courtesy of the harbor master and his team. Port office contact numbers: Tel / Fax 01333 310836, VHF Ch. 11. The port is navigable approximately 4 hours on each side of HW. Coverage hours: Summer season (April 1 to September 30) from 08:00 to 17:00 from Monday to Friday and from 08:00 to 12:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors should not go directly to a pontoon berth without prior permission from the port captain, but should report to the port office upon arrival to discuss berthing arrangements. In general, it is preferable to contact the port office in advance, either by phone or VHF to discuss mooring availability and, in the case of those who wish to use a pontoon mooring, to make arrangements for a key fob for the security door. Please note that pontoon moorings are not suitable for keel yachts. Port facilities include: Toilets and showers Electricity and water Varadero Visitor berths Public phone Nearby hotels, accommodation, shops and restaurants
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Port Bannatyne Marina Ltd

Port Bannatyne Marina Ltd

Marina in Argyll and Bute
3 Miles North West of Rothesay on the Isle of Bute our 105 Berth Marina is at the entrance to the Kyles of Bute in a peaceful location in the midst of beautiful scenery. Port Bannatyne Marina's attention to service and detail has made us an industry leader. Learn more about our company on the following pages. With a wide range of services to choose from, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for!
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Port Edgar Marina

Port Edgar Marina

Marina in Edinburgh
In 1978 Lothian Regional Council bought the site and created a marina and sailing school. The marina was developed to offer 300 berths, and a watersports centre was also established.
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Port Ellen Marina

Port Ellen Marina

Marina in Argyll and Bute
A well kept marina with showers and toilets in the Harbour Office a short walk into the village. The channel is surrounded by rocks but is well marked for use by the ferry. No fuel on the pontoons. There is a petrol station within walking distance for filling cans. Each of the 34 berths available have access to power and water, which is included in the berthing fee. The pontoons are deemed to be wheelchair friendly with access to the nearby street. There are two main shops in port Ellen to provide groceries and news agency, most essential items can be acquired from them. They are Campbells Newsagents and Co-Op mini supermarket. Food and drink are provided by our main hotels, the Islay Hotel and No. 1 Charlotte Street, also SeaSalt restaurant for carry-out meals. Fuel can be bought from the local filling station, only in Gerry cans, a trolley is provided to transport it to the pontoons. Car hire service will deliver vehicles to the marina. There is also a regular bus service to the rest of the island, and frequent air and ferry service to the mainland. Pontoon Contacts Iain Montgomery Gus Newman 01496 302373 or 01496 300129
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Port of Grangemouth

Port of Grangemouth

Marina in Falkirk
Marina and anchorage. Grangemouth provides vessel brokers the facilities to cold or warm stack vessels whilst they are not in operation. Vessels can call upon local expertise in the oil and gas sector, ship repair, towage, agency, chandlery, supply, warehousing and distribution.
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Portavadie Marina

Portavadie Marina

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Set in a man-made lagoon on Loch Fyne, Argyll, Scotland, Portavadie is one of the UK’s most modern marinas, with sheltered deep-water berthing and stunning purpose-built marina facilities. Our Five Gold Anchor award-winning marina is a gateway to some of the best sailing waters on the west coast of Scotland. Highland landscapes and vistas, islands, harbours, safe anchorages and good shore-side facilities are within easy reach, while the entrance to the Crinan Canal at nearby Ardrishaig opens up the west coast and the islands beyond.
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Portencross Harbour

Portencross Harbour

Marina in North Ayrshire
Portencross from the Harbour Portencross is easy to overlook. It comprises a tiny collection of cottages, a harbour, a castle, and a pier, and stands at the end of the B7048 a little under two mile
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Portgordon Harbour

Portgordon Harbour

Marina in Moray
A great wall protects the boats from the wind, but it also has the difficulty of being able to access the port when the tide is favorable.
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Portknockie Harbour

Portknockie Harbour

Marina in Moray
Portknockie is an historic natural harbour with two basins. Some small part-time crab and lobster fishing boats can be seen in the harbour, although it is mainly used by leisure craft. Three pontoons in the inner basin provide berthing for up to 50 boats. Visiting craft are welcome and the harbour is accessible to small boats at all states of tide. There is also still an open-air swimming pool located at the harbour, which is popular in the summer. Those visiting Portknockie harbour by vessel should contact the harbour office to inform them of your arrival. You can call 01542 831700 or radio VHF Channel 16, working channel 12.
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Portpatrick

Portpatrick

Marina in Dumfries and Galloway
Portpatrick Harbour lies at the heart of this picturesque village on the south-west coast of Scotland and is as important to Portpatrick as the village green is to many other communities throughout Britain. The Portpatrick Harbour Community Benefit Society was established to secure the integrity and appearance of this historic harbour and to protect it for the benefit of the community and all who love and visit it. Facilities at Portpatrick Harbour Harbourmaster (telephone: 07565 102096) fresh water fuel by can provisions store toilets showers bars and restaurants Post Office slipway.
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Portpatrick Harbour

Portpatrick Harbour

Marina in Dumfries and Galloway
Portpatrick is a small harbour in the centre of town, with mooring directly against the walls, rafting out against other boats or by arrangement on the moorings in the centre of the harbour. The approach is very narrow, with rocks either side. Keep the transit markers (Or. Mk, F. G), one on the harbour wall and the other on the side of a building, strictly in line on the approach, then avoid Half Tide Rock to port. The rock is marked by an orange buoy that looks like a large lobster pot marker. As the harbour opens up to port and you can see the steps at the far end, make your turn and then if the tide is low, keep to the left side of the harbour entrance as there is a sand bank that extends from the right side.
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Portree Harbour

Portree Harbour

Marina in Highland
Portree is a town located off the Sound of Raasay. The town's harbor has a deep water anchorage that provides good shelter from all winds. Portree has a diverse shipping clientele and is a popular destination for cruise liners. During the summer months, the town receives passengers from the cruise liners. The harbor is also home to a flourishing fishing fleet and a busy salmon farming industry. Portree is the capital of Isle of Skye, it is well known for its Stunning landscape. Amazing town. The position of Portree is at Latitude 57° 24.66’ North and Longitude 06° 11.33’ West. The harbor authority has jurisdiction over all waters below the level of MHWS in Loch Portree commencing at a point 500 meters ESE of Sron a’Bhainne at Latitude 57° 25.471’ N, Longitude 06° 08.980’ W. From there, it proceeds in a SSE’ly direction for a distance of 2,170 meters to a point 100 meters NW of Udairn – Latitude 57° 24.362’ N, Longitude 06° 08.317’ W, on the level of MHWS. Portree harbor has waste oil reception facilities. Fuel, water, lubricants, and filters are available on the fishery pier from the harbor office. The harbor has several facilities that serve different purposes. The main pier is the general purpose berth and is used by everyone. During the day, it is used for fuelling, landing fish, loading salmon feed, watering, and storing. The old berth is ahead of the main berth and is restricted by its depth. It is used as a mooring berth. The slipway is used for small passenger launches and fish landings. The pontoon berth is an annex to the main pier which can be used for passenger embarkation at extreme low water or as a landing pontoon for visiting yachts. However, the maximum stay on this berth is 2 hours. During cruise liner activities, this berth is classified as a temporary restricted area under ISPS regulations and is closed for public use. Visitor moorings are operated by Portree Moorings Association and have a minimum weight restriction of 8 tonnes. Safe anchorages are located at Latitude 57° 24.79’ North and Longitude 06° 09.64’ West. Vessels carrying hazardous cargoes should give twelve hours confirmed notice to the Harbor Master. Diving in the harbor is forbidden, unless a permit is obtained from the harbor office. https://www.isleofskye.com/portree
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Rhu Marina

Rhu Marina

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Rhu Marina has 235 deep water berths and 35 swinging moorings and can accommodate 140 boats in the shore storage area. Rhu Marina is home to a wide range of tenants offering a variety of marine services. Rhu Marina was recently awarded 4 Gold Anchors by The Yacht Harbour Association.
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Royal Forth Yacht Club

Royal Forth Yacht Club

Marina in Edinburgh
The Forth Corinthian Yacht Club and the Royal Forth Yacht Club, was created to manage the pontoon docking facilities at East Harbor in Granton. The marina first became operational in 1996, providing pontoon docking and service facilities to augment and maintain Granton as a viable shipping base in all states of tide and to protect the interests of the FCYC and RFYC in any development. future within Granton Harbor.
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Saltcoats Harbour

Saltcoats Harbour

Marina in North Ayrshire
Saltcoats Harbour, reconstructed 1914. Formed by two natural headlands, improved by the construction of a rubble L-plan pier, 17th century and later, extended in concrete by 1914 The association's aims are to re-vitalise the harbour and surrounding area in order that they can be used and enjoyed by the community.
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Sandpoint Marina

Sandpoint Marina

Marina in West Dunbartonshire
Sandpoint Marina lies on the north bank of the Clyde estuary, across the River Leven from Dumbarton Castle and on the very edge of some of the best cruising in Britain. With easy routes of access from all areas of the country Sandpoint Marina makes the ideal place for berthing and lay-up. Facilities Include 85 ton Launching/Recovery Trailer 40 ton Travel Hoist 18 ton Launching/Recovery Trailer Indoor Storage with Full Services for Boats up to 80' in length 20 Individual Workshop Units, fully alarmed with electric roller doors and inbuilt water and electricity supply . Outdoor Storage with Full Services Pontoon berths with full services accessed directly from our car park with on shore facilities available to visitors. Laser Alarm Security System, Security Lights, Cameras and Gate Keys for owners Chandlery on site
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Seaport Marina

Seaport Marina

Marina in Highland
Check the information for the navigator on our page and inquire about moorings at our dock.
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Sheep Harbour - Corrie

Sheep Harbour - Corrie

Marina in North Ayrshire
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Skeld Marina

Skeld Marina

Marina in Shetland Islands
Skeld is a landlocked haven with an excellent pier and new marina. There are eight visitor berths as well as having a floating pontoon with space for another 20 or more.
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ST ABBS HARBOUR

ST ABBS HARBOUR

Marina in Scottish Borders
St Abbs Harbor is a picturesque and picturesque fishing port in the heart of the Berwickshire coastline. It has recently become popular after appearing as the city of Thor. Receive guests and offer services to the navigator
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St. Andrews Harbour

St. Andrews Harbour

Marina in Fife
Harrow - A ramp is located at the southern end of the Inner Basin, accessed via Woodburn Place. During normal port operations, this area is tidal and launch / recovery is restricted to approximately 2 hours before and after high tide. Flares: The St Andrews Coast Guard Rescue Team collects expired pyrotechnics at their base 500m south of the harbor along the East Sands for safe disposal. Call the UK Coast Guard (Aberdeen CGOC) on 01224 592334 to confirm collection dates and book your appointment. Outdoor Playground and Fitness Equipment - Located in the Green Links area between the Harbor and East Sands (The Bents)
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Stranraer Harbour and Marina

Stranraer Harbour and Marina

Marina in Dumfries and Galloway
Located at the southern end of Loch Ryan, next to the town of Stranraer, it consists of dog-leg quay, a modern marina and a finger pontoon which is used by smaller fishing vessels, excursions and recreational craft. Ferry terminals are located north of the harbour and managed by a separate Statutory Harbour Authorities. The Harbour is situated at a sailing cross-roads, giving access to the Clyde, the Solway, Isle of Man and the North Channel, and beyond to the Irish Sea.
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Stromness Marina

Stromness Marina

Marina in Orkney Islands
Stromness is a picturesque and bustling small town, shaped by the sea. Yards from the historic harbour, the winding streets lead to a range of eateries, local craft shops and galleries.
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Tarbert Harbour

Tarbert Harbour

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Tarbert is arguably one of the best sailing destinations in Scotland, and an ideal stopping point for visitors embarking on sailing holidays around Scotland’s west coast. The marina is central to the village of Tarbert, offering a wealth of amenities and things to do, while the wider areas of Kintyre and Argyll also have much to offer today’s marine tourist.
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Tayport Harbour

Tayport Harbour

Marina in Fife
Tayport Harbor is a private working port on the River Tay, on the east coast of Scotland. The port is an important part of the Tayport and Fife communities and welcomes all kinds of attentive visitors, both land and sea. Tayport Harbor accommodates approximately 100 boats. The harbor is located on the south side of the Tay Estuary, opposite Broughty Castle and near Dundee. The Tay is heavily tidal and although it is well sustained, care must be taken as there are many shoals outside the channel. Its facilities are limited. A toilet and shower block is located on the site and visitors are given access codes for it. There is water and electricity available. Tayport's shops and facilities are available approximately 200 meters away. These include a good supermarket, pharmacy, hardware stores, post office, and ATM. A good provider can be found within 3 miles. The harbor is also the location for a great cafe (The Harbor Cafe) that serves lunch and snacks. The Bell Rock Tavern sells real beer and good pub food. Other taverns and take out places are within walking distance.
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Thomas Telford Corpach Marina

Thomas Telford Corpach Marina

Marina in Highland
Community owned 45 berth marina with substantial sheltered breakwater, slipway, car park and marina facilities building with coffee shop
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Tobermory Harbour Association

Tobermory Harbour Association

Marina in Argyll and Bute
Situated on the Isle of Mull,Tobermory Harbour owns & maintains harbour facilities on behalf of the community. A wide range of facilities including pontoon berthing, visitor moorings and ashore facilities.
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Troon Yacht Haven

Troon Yacht Haven

Marina in South Ayrshire
The marina is easy to enter, accessible at all states of the tide and offers well-protected berthing with full marina facilities including 24 hour fuel alongside. The marina is just a short walk away from the town itself where you'll find a supermarket, shops, banks, post office, etc.
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Uig harbour

Uig harbour

Marina in Highland
Uig is located on the North Coast of Skye, near Loch Snizort, and its harbor is easily accessible with no hazards on the approach. The cliffs of Scuidburgh on the north side of the harbor provide an excellent radar target. Uig is the main ferry terminal for the Uists and Harris, and it is a popular spot for fishing with prawns (nethrops), brown crabs, scallops, and farmed salmon being the major catches. Visiting yachts can find a good anchorage to the North of the pier and access the landing steps. The harbor area includes all waters below the level of MHWS in Uig Bay, starting at Ru Idrigill (Latitude 57° 35.109’ N, Longitude 06° 23.611’ W) and extending southwards for 1,700 meters to Ru Chorachan (Latitude 57° 34.199’ N, Longitude 06° 23.565’ W). There are several different piers and berths in Uig harbor. The Ro-ro ferry pier has a minimum depth of 3m, and the hydraulic linkspan is tested to 120 tonnes. This pier should only be used with the permission of the Harbor Master and must be cleared fifteen minutes before the arrival of the ferry. The Fishery pier is a general-purpose berth used for fueling, landing fish, watering, and storing, with depths from 2.7 meters minimum. The Fishery berth is used for mooring vessels, loading timber, and repair work, with depths ranging from 1.4m to 3m alongside. The Drying berth allows inspections to be made, and availability is by arrangement with the Harbor Master. Finally, the Slipway is used for small leisure craft and dries up at low tide.
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Victoria Harbour.

Victoria Harbour.

Marina in East Lothian
Victoria Harbour. the 24/7 all-weather, all-tidal port of refuge for the Outer Forth and North Sea limits, allowing for the return of RNLI's all-weather lifeboat John Neville Taylor, to one side mooring within the security of the port. When John Muir was growing up in Dunbar, one of the largest and most exciting developments in the town’s history began. The long awaited Victoria Harbour, built in the shelter of the castle ruins, was opened in 1842 and spelled the final death knell for most of the remains of Dunbar Castle. In 1567, following the Battle of Carberry Hill, the castle was destroyed by an Act of Parliament, and has been a ruin ever since.
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Whitehills Marina

Whitehills Marina

Marina in Aberdeenshire
Whitehills Marina is an award-winning village owned marina on the Moray Firth coast of North-East Scotland. It has great facilities for visiting sailors in a beautiful part of the country. The ideal location presents the opportunity for a one day’s sail to Inverness, Peterhead or Wick.
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Wick Harbour

Wick Harbour

Marina in Highland
Welcome to Wick Marina. Wick lies in a strategic position on the northeast tip of the mainland and is ideally situated for passage to or from the Northern Isles and the West coast. Our 80 berth marina, which opened in 2009 is only a 5-minute stroll from the town centre with plenty of shopping and leisure opportunities and renowned Caithness hospitality.
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