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  • Notice to Mariners 1-2017

    24 February 2017 Disused FUEL JETTY, Branahuie Bay, Stornoway Harbour, position 58°11.69N 006°19.04W AtoN No. 3982.6 The lights (2 F R 11m 6M) are extinguished. Mariners should navigate with caution in this area. AJ Morrison Harbour Master
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  • Notice to Mariners

    Small boat owners and operators are reminded of Stornoway Harbour Bye-Law No. 28 (4): “No vessel shall exceed a speed of three knots over the ground within the inner harbour.”  Bye-Law No. 33: “No person shall commit any nuisance upon or within the harbour or harbour premises” Please reduce your speed and wake until clear
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  • Notice to Marina Users and Fishermen

    Stornoway Half Marathon will be starting and finishing at the Lazy Corner on Saturday 28th May 2016 From 0930 until approximately 1300 access to the inner harbour will be restricted. Marina users can access the hard stand parking area via the North gate at the old lifeboat station at times when the main body of
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Peel's craning Angus Campbell's new vessel into the harbour this morning. At present, a bare shell catamaran soon to be fitted out by Murdo Kennedy in Marvig, South Lochs. ... See MoreSee Less

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NOTICE TO MARINERS

15th November 2017

DIVING OPERATIONS
Diving operations will continue at the following location
From Wednesday 15th November 2017, through to
Saturday 18th November 2017

Stornoway Harbour,
No1 Pier Linkspan Dolphins
Esplanade Quay

Mariners should keep well clear of the area while diver in water and A flag is showing.
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Primary 6 and 7 from Sgoil nan Loch enjoyed a tour around Arnish lighthouse this morning ... See MoreSee Less

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Stornoway Primary’s Gaelic Medium class 1 and 2 enjoyed a guided tour of the Port yesterday. Deputy Harbour Master Roy MacLean accompanied the group giving them lots of interesting stories along the way. ... See MoreSee Less

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