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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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  • STORNOWAY PORT AUTHORITY OFFERS DESIGN CONTRACT FOR DEEP WATER PORT PLAN

    STORNOWAY PORT AUTHORITY OFFERS DESIGN CONTRACT FOR DEEP WATER PORT PLAN Stornoway Port Authority is seeking bids to design one of the biggest projects ever undertaken in the Hebrides. The Authority has ambitious plans to develop a deep-water port as part of its 20-year Master Plan aimed at creating significant economic growth for the islands.
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  • Notice to Mariners 04-2018

    Arinsh Point Red Buoy – Lit Buoy (RED) (QR) Position 58°11.556’N, 006°22.040’W AtoN No. 3976.55B Mariners should be aware that Arnish Red Buoy will be moved on Saturday 11th August 2018 to a new location, 40m West of the current location. This is to allow more room in the harbour entrance navigation channel. New location
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