Harbour Information (use the icons to find out more)

Anstruther

Your Comments: 2 Read or add your comments

Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

56 13.0N 002 41.9W

Charts

AC 0190 Montrose to Fife Ness; AC 0734 Isle of May to Inchkeith; AC0175 Fife Ness to St Abbs Head; SC5617 Scotland East Coast; Imray C24 Flamborough Head to Fife Ness (no plan of Anstruther); Imray C27 Firth of Forth (includes plan Anstruther)

Rules & Regulations

None known

Hazards

There are reefs along the coast to the East and West of the harbour entrance and approach should only be made along the approach bearing shown on the Admiralty chart from a safe distance out

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW Anstruther is 15 minutes before HW Leith. MHWS 4.5m MHWN 4.4m MLWN 2.0m MLWS 0.7m   (links)

This site is designed for slower, roaming broadband connections, like you would get at sea, so it needs JavaScript enabled to expand the text.   Click here to show the fully expanded version

General Description

Contacts
Harbour Master                  01333310836  VHF Channel 11
Anstruther Sailing Club     01333313492    www.anstruthersailingclub.org.uk
... read more

Approach

Whether you are approaching from the East or West.... ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

Most visitors are parked on first or second hammer heads but you should contact the HM either on the phone or VHF11 to get your allocation. ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

2 comments
UPDATE SPRING 2018
Written by Don Thomson | 6th Apr 2018
The price here has gone way up. In addition to an overnight charge of £21.48 for a 10 metre boat there is an additional "Entry Charge" of £15.78 making a single night £37.26. That covers shore power as well. There are still public showers and toilets co-located with the HM Office opened during the day.
Showers
Written by Safereturn | 16th Aug 2016
We called HM before entry, he told us where to berth and left us keys for the gates on the pontoon. On the gate was a notice explaining the showers were available in the Murray Library Hostel.we were a bit taken aback to be charged £3.00 each for a shower. We thought £20 for a berth on a drying pontoon and then to pay £3.00 each for a shower a bit expensive.
© visitMyHarbour.com | website design created by Black Culm Ltd