There is currently a pandemic of a novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) which is affecting the UK among other countries. This situation has been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the World Health Organization Emergency Committee, under the International Health Regulations. A Maritime Declaration of Health (MDH) is required for all vessels on arrival
COVID-19 SHORE LEAVE RESTRICTIONS Due to the unprecedented circumstances, there will be no shore leave for commercial vessels. Vessels will be allowed to take on fuel and water. Should any vessels require stores they can contact Stornoway Shipping Services: Telephone: 01851 704050 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Stores will be delivered to the bottom of the gangway and
NOTICES to MARINERS UPDATE The work detailed in the following Notices to Mariners has been completed. These Notice to Mariners are now cancelled. NtM 01-20 Drilling bore holes – now completed. NtM 05-20 Marina inner channel marker – now lit. NtM 08-20 Dive Survey – now completed. NtM 09-20 Survey using drop camera – now
NOTICES REMAINING IN FORCE Please be advised that the following Local Notice to Mariners remain in force. All other Local Notice to Mariners are hereby cancelled. NToM 05-2018 Ferry Movement North of Arnish NToM 13-2019 Construction work at Newton Basin NToM 23-2019 Berth at North Beach Quay NToM 24-2019 Trawl Doors NToM 01-2020 Exploratory bore
Stornoway Port Authority has applied to Marine Scotland for a Marine Construction Licence and a Dredging and Sea Disposal Licence for the Deep Water Port project. Members of the public can make representations about the applications to Marine Scotland. The deadline for comments is Friday 26th July 2019.
New tests starting at Stornoway harbour today will provide a more detailed guide to the design of a planned deep-water port which will bring significant economic benefits to the islands. Stornoway Port Authority has agreed the further investment to provide additional information, manage risk and ultimately make savings on the overall budget. A series of
The largest ever vessel to enter Stornoway Harbour is set to arrive at the port (Wednesday 22nd May). At 285m long it is almost the length of three football pitches and will be arriving with 2000 passengers on board, it will be the largest vessel ever to pass north of the Arnish Point Lighthouse. The
Stornoway Port Authority is re-thinking its future plans to help preserve a piece of the town’s history. The authority has postponed a project to extend its office at Amity House on Esplanade Quay, close to the ancient centre of Stornoway, after archaeological investigations revealed remnants of a substantial and historic stone wall on the site.