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Thursday 23rd May 2013
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Scrabster Harbour's proximity to the Northern Fishing grounds and a modern fish market with purpose built basin have been contributory factors in the port continuing to be one of the top fishing landing ports in Britain.
From Scrabster a lifeline ferry connects the mainland with the Orkney Islands, daily.
Located just 20 minutes drive from the Castle of Mey and within walking distance of Thurso the second largest town in the Highlands, the Queen Elizabeth pier and deep-water basin at Scrabster has opened up the remote and beautiful landscape of the Far North to larger cruise vessels.
Scrabster's deep water basin and accompanying piers provide great flexibility on pier use and size of vessel that can berth. A well established infrastructure exists with cranage, efficient cargo handling and transportation.
Scrabster's location, adjacent to the Atlantic Frontier, allows a saving, on a round trip of 24 hours of vessel time for West of Shetland operators over Aberdeen. By reducing transit time there are further opportunities for cost savings and reducing delays offshore.
Scrabster's strategic location at the entrance to the Pentland Firth together with the ports established track record, 24 / 7 access and development plans make Scrabster an attractive business location for marine renewable operations.