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Rosehearty & Sandhaven

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AC 0222 Buckie to Fraserburgh AC 0213 Fraserburgh to Newburgh C23 Imray Fife Ness to Inverness SC 5617-6 Fraserburgh to Banff

Rules & Regulations

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Both have rocks along the coast adjacent to the harbour entrance and there are no large scale charts marking their locations. Stay 3 cables off shore until harbour entrances are identified from the NNE

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW is Aberdeen – 1Hour. There is no data for depths but approximately same as Fraserburgh.

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General Description

Contacts: Sandhaven and Pitullie Trust  via their website ... read more


Both of these harbours may be entered three hours either side of HW ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

Sandhaven. Dry out in the Eastern basin.There are no charges for visitors but a donation would be appreciated.

Rosehearty. Alongside the pier wall or anchor in the inner harbour. If stopping overnight the charge is £20 but the harbour is included in the Aberdeenshire “Rover Ticket” scheme. ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

Update Early Summer 2021
Written by Don Thomson 3 | 2nd Jun 2021
I reviewed these notes in June 2021. Both harbours have gone for the cheaper plastic solution for adding pontoons and the new berths will be taken up by local day-boats. Sandhaven has the vision for a new marina but they haven't the funding yet.
Written by Don Thomson | 13th Apr 2018
There are no changes at Rosehearty but Sandhaven is making strenuous efforts to reinvent itself as can be seen by the improvements to the central pier
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