Fraserburgh Harbour took the opportunity to make the most of Scottish Skipper Expo 2022 believing the event was the perfect opportunity to gather feedback on their ambitious Masterplan.
The harbour team ran a survey over both days, offering free ent
Fraserburgh Harbour Commissioners were pleased to assist in the recent large-scale operation aiming to remove several tonnes of plastic debris that has been building up on the shores surrounding Cairnbulg harbour, near Fraserburgh.
A first for Fraserburgh Harbour as Fob Swath 3, a fibre glass, swath, crew transfer vessel operating in the Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm, utilised the dry dock for maintenance work during inclement weather.
At the Museum of Scotland Lighthouses in Fraserburgh on Friday 26th October 2018 the Energy Minister, Paul Wheelhouse welcomed the announcement of Fraserburgh as the preferred port for operation and maintenance of the Moray East Offshore Windfarm.
Jackie Simpson is presented with a long service award acknowledging 25 years of dedicated service to Fraserburgh Harbour. Thanking Mr Simpson for his service Michael Murray, Harbour Convenor presented a token of appreciation.
Fraserburgh Harbour Commissioners recently celebrated the 200th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of the South Pier and the creation of Fraserburgh Harbour Commissioners with a meal at Fraserburgh Leisure Centre.
Offshore Wind first for Fraserburgh - Rix Cheetah docks at Fraserburgh Harbour Shiplift.
Rix Cheetah recognises the extensive and varied supply chain, with years of experience and local knowledge of the marine environment, located within the port.
Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Ltd, known as ‘Moray East’, (a 950MW offshore wind farm in the Outer Moray Firth, 40km from the North East Coast of Scotland) is pleased to announce that Fraserburgh been selected as preferred Operations and Maintenance
Fraserburgh Harbour Commissioners are pleased to welcome MV Kings Cross PD365 to Fraserburgh Harbour for the first time on 5th January 2017 to discharge fish to Lunar Freezing factory located in Balaclava Harbour.
Following notification from Department of Transport, Pre-arrival forms have been altered and new downloadable PDF is available to be used immediately. Old forms can continue to be used up to 31st March 2016.
Fishing vessels have already benefitted from the new berthing facilities following the recently completed deepening project at the North Harbour. However the arrival of the Grampian Talisman in the basin is the first visit from this type of vessel.