SCRABSTER ANNOUNCES RECORD REVENUES
Scotland’s most northerly mainland commercial harbour has reported a 16% increase in revenue, in 2014/2015, bringing in a record £2.8million. Scrabster Harbour, which has had more than £35million invested in it throughout the last 10 years, has seen an increase in demand and services over the past year across a range of sectors. Scrabster Harbour […]
Harbour Master Appointment
Scrabster Harbour Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Hamilton to the position of Harbour Master. Mr. Hamilton will succeed Gordon Mackenzie, who is leaving to take up a new position with Inverness Harbour. Jason joined Scrabster in 2009 as Deputy Harbour Master. Prior to Scrabster, he was employed in the fishing industry […]
Scrabster Harbour takes delivery of Damen Stan Tug 1606
Scrabster Harbour Trust (UK) has taken delivery of a new harbor tug / workboat, a Damen Stan Tug 1606. The vessel, named ‘Highlanders’, will replace their current workboat which was built in 1976. The new tug will undertake pilotage, towing, general harbour and maintenance duties. Scrabster Harbour in northern Scotland is attracting much larger vessels […]
Change of Start Time for Fish Market Sales
All fishing vessel owners, agents and skippers are advised that, with effect from Monday 4th August 2014, the Scrabster Fish Market Sale time will be 9.30 am.
Quaich Presented to Harbour Master in Recognition of 25 Years Service
Harbour Master, Gordon Mackenzie, was recently presented with a Quaich by Trust Chairman, Tom Pottinger, in recognition of 25 years’ service with Scrabster Harbour Trust.
Scrabster Harbour First in UK to Achieve Port Operations Qualification
Scrabster Harbour Trust are delighted to announce that their port operators are now fully qualified to NVQ Level 2 in Port Operations, making it the first port in the UK to achieve this level of qualification.
New Chairman Announced for Scrabster Harbour Trust Board
Scrabster Harbour Trust (SHT) Board are pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Pottinger to succeed William Calder as Chairman of the Port Authority. William Calder stepped down from the Trust Board at the end of his tenure on 31st October 2013.
Scrabster`s New Quays Operational
Scrabster Harbour has now taken operational possession of Phase 1 of its programme of infrastructure development. Phase 1 delivers additional harbour infrastructure with 190 metres of new berthing face with a depth of 7.5 metres at Chart Datum and a new Inner Basin 130 metres long with a depth of 4.5metres. The approach channel to […]