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Berths and Shore Facilities in Forth Harbours

Anstruther
(updated May 2012)

LONG TERM BERTHING Anstruther harbour has pontoon berths for over 100 boats as well as many berths alongside a floating walkway (soon to be extended) and various sea walls but there is a substantial waiting list for long term berths. Information can be got from the harbour master on 01333310836  

VISITORS BERTHS Anstruther harbour is generally accessible 4hrs either side of high water. There is adequate berthing space for most boats that are able to dry out. Several pontoons are kept specifically for visitors and use of these should be arranged with the harbour master on 01333310836 or on Channel 11. Forward planning can allow arrangements to be made for collection of security gate key fobs, outside office hours. The pontoons are not suitable for fin keeled yachts but all boats are welcome to use wall space that is not occupied by, or set up for, local boats.  Showers and toilets are available as are most facilities you might expect from a harbour and tourism based community.


Burntisland
(updated May 2013)

Burntisland Sailing Club has a variety non-drying, fore and aft moorings available for permanent and temporary allocation. The mooring spaces are suitable for both fin keel and twin or lifting keel yachts, and are ideally located in the club area within Burntisland Harbour, adjacent to the seaward entrance giving fantastic, all tidal states access. Winter storage facilities in the club’s secure compound may also be available. We are very keen to have them occupied, therefore whatever you have in mind, please make all enquires and applications to the Secretary at 01592 873375 or contact@burntislandsailing.org.uk Please be aware, that provision, installation and maintenance of all mooring tackle are the responsibility of occupiers.

Aberdour
(correct at May 2012)

Harbour moorings are administered by the Aberdour Pier and Harbour Committee and generally are full, but moorings occasionally become available. For up to date information please telephone the Honorary Harbourmaster, Dick Drummond, Telephone no. 01383 860859 or email richarddrummond45@gmail.com .
Swinging moorings in Aberdour Bay are operated by Aberdour Boat Club. For up to date information please email  secretary@aberdourboatclub.co.uk and, for further details of facilities, see the Aberdour Boat Club Website  www.aberdourboatclub.co.uk

Port Edgar Marina
(updated May 2012)

Pontoon berths for yachts and power boats. Dinghy parking and launching slip. Visitors welcome. Applications for seasonal and short term berths should be made to Marina Office on 0131 331 3330. Sailing school and boat hire are on site.
Facilities include:-
Water and electricity on pontoons, static crane, wi-fi, toilets, showers, laundry, waste disposal, café open 7 days, on-site chandlers, marine electronics, marine engineers and sail makers. Rigging and repair work available. Town with shops, bars and restaurants within easy walking distance. There are regular buses into Edinburgh. For further information and links see www.portedgarBHA.org.uk
Port Edgar Yacht Club is open with café most days during summer. Bar open after racing. See website for details. www.PEYC.org.uk
For navigation in the Port Edgar area there are new exclusion zones marked by yellow buoys around the beamer rock (no longer exists) and over society bank where the new bridge works are in progress.


Forth Corinthian Yacht Club
(updated Jan 2013)

Moorings for yachts and power boats. A limited number of moorings are currently available to new members. Applications for membership and moorings should be made to FCYC, The Middle Pier, Granton Harbour, Edinburgh EH5 1HE or by emailing fcyc@btopenworld.com. For more information, visit www.fcyc.org.uk or come down to our yard on the Middle Pier for a visit.

The Forth Corinthian Yacht Club, founded in 1880, is a self-help club: members are expected to contribute to the functioning of the club by serving on Council and taking part in work parties etc. The club yard is on the Middle Pier and has toilets, showers. some workshop space and a very friendly club room. We share the harbour with the Royal Forth Yacht Club and both clubs have their own moorings.

Facilities include: Moorings, all tide-access pontoon with water, yard with electricity, water, toilets and showers, and mast storage.


Royal Forth Yacht Club
(January 2013)
Moorings available for members in Granton Harbour. New members welcome, with reduced rates for the first year of membership. For full details go to the web site at http://www.rfyc.org, or for contact details http://www.rfyc.org/contact-us/.
The Royal Forth Yacht Club, founded in 1868, is based at Granton Harbour on the doorstep of the City of Edinburgh. With a fine club house and a large secure yard, the club offers fully serviced moorings, winter storage ashore, active racing and cruising programs as well as cadet training. The club is a recognised RYA training establishment. With showers and toilets and social facilities which include a licenced bar and winter talks, the club has something for everyone with an interest in sailing. Members are encouraged to support racing and events. The moorings are fully maintained and there is a manned water taxi during the season (subject to tides) and there is a crane for boats up to 5 tons. Larger boats are also provided for. In addition there is an all-tides access pontoon which can be used by club members. Office number is 0131 552 8560, Tuesday to Friday 08:00 to 14:00.

 

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