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Wick Harbour Authority

www.wickharbour.co.uk

Photograph of Wick Harbour AuthorityEmail:
Harbour Master : malcolm.bremner@wickharbour.co.uk
Treasurer : norma.simpson@wickharbour.co.uk
Administration : office@wickharbour.co.uk

Port Management and Operation.

Situated on the northeast tip of mainland Scotland at 58 26.5' N, and 003 04' W, and for the last 150 years has provided a safe haven for fishing, commercial, and leisure vessels.

Many photos of Wick Harbour can be seen here

More info
High Tide Variation Inner and Outer Basin accessible for 24hrs for smaller vessels. For River Basin contact Harbourmaster
Depths Depth Alongside Inner/Outer : - 1.71m CD River Basin : - 4.20m CD River Fairway : - 2.60m CD
Hazards
Principal Use Fishing, commercial, and leisure vessels. Marina facility opened in 2009, and development of wave, tidal, offshore wind, and oil exploration in the Pentland and Moray Firths.
Harbour Size Total Quayage : 1366m Max Vessel Length : 85m (Consult Harbour Master)
Moorings
Visitor Moorings http://www.wickharbour.co.uk/marina.htm
Facilities Toilets
Showers
Drying Facilities
Waste
Fuel
Water
Electricity
Repairs


Map of Moray Firth/East Coast Harbours
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Email Address office@wickharbour.co.uk

Telephone
01955 602030

Fax
01955 605936

E-mail
malcolm.bremner@wickharbour.co.uk

Postal Address
Wick Harbour Authority
Harbour Office
Wick
Caithness
KW1 5HA

Contact
Malcolm Bremner - Harbour Master



Opening Hours

Sunday :
Closed
Monday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Friday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday :
Closed


News for Wick Harbour Authority

6/9/2020
New Research On Net Zero Opportunities For Scotland's PortsThumbnail for article : New Research On Net Zero Opportunities For Scotland's Ports
A report launched by Crown Estate Scotland on 2nd September 2020 shows how Scotland's ports and harbours can tap into the huge potential created by the development of offshore wind in the years to come.   The report, titled: Ports for offshore wind: A review of the net-zero opportunity for ports in Scotland comes just months after the launch of Scotland's first offshore wind leasing round for a decade, ScotWind Leasing, which is set to kick start Scotland's new generation of offshore wind farms and build new demand for operations and maintenance facilities to support major projects.  
Additional Quota For Inshore FishingThumbnail for article : Additional Quota For Inshore Fishing
Up to £2 million of potential new opportunities to help fleet.   Inshore fishers who usually target shellfish will now be able to diversify into new markets and access fishing opportunities worth up to £2 million.  
17/4/2017
First Of A Fleet Of Work Boats At Wick HarbourThumbnail for article : First Of A Fleet Of Work Boats At Wick Harbour
Today at Wick Harbour 'Rix Lynx'could be seen tied up.   Wick Harbour is fast becoming a hive of activity with the work now well underway at the former Steven's yard.  
GMR Henderson To Join Thomas Telford RenovationThumbnail for article : GMR Henderson To Join Thomas Telford Renovation
Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL) has begun renovating its new home in Wick with the help of a neighbour.   Two buildings in Lower Pulteneytown are being redeveloped into the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) base for the £2.6bn Beatrice offshore wind farm project.  
11/9/2016
Huge Changes For Wick Harbour - Public Event 14th September 2016Thumbnail for article : Huge Changes For Wick Harbour - Public Event 14th September 2016
Public Engagement Event - Wick - 14 September 2016 4pm to 7pm at Mackays Hotel.   On the 23rd May 2016, Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd (BOWL) announced that the green light had been given for construction of the 588MW, 84 turbine Beatrice offshore wind farm situated in the Outer Moray Firth.  
31/7/2014
Wick Set To Become Beatrice Operation and Maintenance BaseThumbnail for article : Wick Set To Become Beatrice Operation and Maintenance Base
Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd (BOWL), a joint venture partnership formed between SSE Renewables (75%) and Repsol Nuevas Energias UK (25%), has announced that Wick Harbour is likely to become the future location of the Beatrice offshore wind farm Operation and Maintenance base (O&M).   A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been finalised with Wick Harbour Authority and BOWL this week.  
19/7/2014
Nicola Sturgeon At Wick HarbourThumbnail for article : Nicola Sturgeon At Wick Harbour
The Scottish cabinet was in Wick on monday 14th July 2014..  
14/3/2014
Heavy Lift Pad Construction Underway At Wick HarbourThumbnail for article : Heavy Lift Pad Construction  Underway At Wick Harbour
Wick Harbour Authority is making progress with its plans to create a heavy-lift facility on the commercial quay at Wick harbour, with contractors Gunns Lybster Ltd having now begun the work.   The project, and its associated dredging works, was supported by CNSRP partners HIE and NDA respectively and is the first of several proposed phases of work to position the harbour as a key player in the energy sector, with the current focus being on potential to benefit from the development of Offshore Wind in the Moray Firth.  
14/7/2013
Energy North Sets Out New Strategy to Help Region Realise its PotentialThumbnail for article : Energy North Sets Out New Strategy to Help Region Realise its Potential
Influential energy trade body Energy North has unveiled an ambitious new two-year business strategy which will see the organisation grow its physical presence and increase its support for member businesses and industry development across the North of Scotland.   Over the coming months Energy North is to recruit three regionally-based area developers covering Caithness, Ross-shire and Inverness, Moray, Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire, and Argyll and Lochaber, with chief executive, Ian Couper leading on Shetland, Orkney and the Outer Hebrides.  

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