Scrabster Harbour

Latest Fish Prices

Fishmarket
Prices for 29/10/14...

Boxes to Market:
456...

Boxes for Week:
5740...

Vessels which landed:
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2 x Selected Haddock
£0.00 - £2.70...

22 x Small Haddock
£2.20 - £2.45...

310 x Round Haddock
£0.00 - £1.60...

46 x Round Whiting
£1.55 - £1.70...

3 x Lemon Sole
£0.00 - £2.50...

12 x Monkfish
£2.40 - £4.60...

4 x Plaice
£0.00 - £0.50...

4 x Roker
£0.00 - £1.00...

26 x Squid
£2.30 - £4.30...

26 x Chippers
£2.05 - £2.45...

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High Tide

Friday 31st Oct 2014
at 01:41 and 14:02 GMT

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NOTICE TO MARINERS NO. 03/2014

DIVING INSPECTION WORKS St Ola Quays and Queen Elizabeth Quays Mariners are advised that d....read more


CHANGE OF START TIME FOR FISH MARKET SALES

All fishing vessel owners, agents and skippers are advised that, with effect from Monday 4th Augus....read more


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 Pottin....read more


Scrabster Harbour first in UK to gain Port Operations Qualification

Scrabster Harbour Trust are delighted to announce that their port operators are now fully qualifie....read more

 

DOWNLOADS AVAILABLE

Chairmans Annual Report - 2013

Pontoon and Berthing Application

Harbour Byelaws

Information Pack
More info on the Harbour.

Download Brochure
More info on the Harbour.

Caithness DVD
Includes footage of Harbour.

Mobile Ramp Demo
Demonstration of mobile ramp.

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BP have had a significant presence for several years West of Shetland with their "Foinaven" and "Schiehallion" developments. Exploration activity in this area by the other majors has been sporadic until recently but offshore activity at the port of Scrabster, the UK’s most northerly mainland port, increases significantly.

The completion of a new deepwater berth in 2003 has also brought Subsea 7 to the port with the "Subsea Viking" using Scrabster as a base port for the second year in succession.

On a round trip 24 hours of vessel time can be saved for West of Shetland operators when they use Scrabster rather than Aberdeen. By reducing transit time there are further opportunities for cost savings and reducing delays offshore. There is direct access to the working berths here and trucking materials to or from the Aberdeen area takes only 6 hours.

The Trust and local business are committed to providing whatever support they can to encourage even more offshore vessels to call at Scrabster.