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  • NOTICE TO MARINERS 04-2019

    Goat Island Starboard Hand Lateral Buoy Goat Island Starboard Hand Lateral Buoy (QG) Position 58°12.010’N N 006°23.060’W AtoN No. 3979.5B The light is now lit, NToM 02-2019 is now cancelled.
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  • NOTICE TO MARINERS 3-2019

    Pilotage Directions 2019 Stornoway Port Authority has issued Pilotage Directions which came into force on 01 February 2019 on which date all previous Pilotage Directions are revoked.
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  • NOTICE TO MARINERS 2-2019

    Goat Island Starboard Hand Lateral Buoy Goat Island Starboard Hand Lateral Buoy (QG) Position 58°12.010’N N 006°23.060’W AtoN No. 3979.5B The light is extinguished Mariners should navigate with caution in this area.
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  • NOTICE TO MARINERS 1-2019

    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 01-2017 Nato Jetty NToM 04-2018 Arnish Red Bouy NToM 05-2018 Ferry Movement North of Arnish NToM 06-2018 Inner Harbour Channel Marker
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  • NOTICE TO MARINERS 9-2018

    Light Shining onto the Beasts of Holm Between the hours of 0030 and 0230 on Tuesday the 1st January, a light will shine onto the Beasts of Holm (58°11.24N 006°21.24W) from the shore line. The RNLI Lifeboat will be shining a light onto the Beast of Holmsfrom sea between the hours of 0130 and 0205
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  • NOTICE TO MARINERS 8-2018

    Between the hours of 1115 and 1315 on the 1 st of January, the MV Loch Seaforth will be manoeuvring approximately 2 cables to the South of the Beasts of Holm. Mariners should not proceed North of the Loch Seaforth in the area around the Beasts of Holm and should give the Loch Seaforth ample
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  • Application for Harbour Revision Order

    Stornoway Port Authority has applied to the Scottish Ministers for a Harbour Revision Order under Section 14 of the Harbours Act 1964.
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  • Stornoway Port Authority Consults On Harbour Plans

    Stornoway Port Authority is consulting the public on the next stage of developing the town’s harbour to help bring significant economic benefits to the islands. As part of its 20-year Master Plan, the port authority aims to create a deep-water port which is crucial to accelerate local growth in the burgeoning cruise business, by providing
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  • Newton Marina: Applications for Marine Licences

    Stornoway Port Authority has applied to Marine Scotland for a Marine Construction Licence and a Dredging and Sea Disposal Licence for the Newton Marina project. Members of the public can make representations about the applications to Marine Scotland. The deadline for comments is Friday 25th January 2019.
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  • Lights On For The Iolaire Installation In Stornoway Harbour

    A powerful commemoration of the Iolaire disaster has been completed on South Beach in Stornoway in time for the New Year centenary.  ‘Sheòl an Iolaire/The Iolaire Sailed’ is Stornoway Port Authority’s dramatic, visual tribute to the Iolaire, whose sinking on 1 January 1919 in the Minch was one of the worst maritime disasters in United
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