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Many of our coastal towns and villages have harbours which are popular places to visit for watersports or just to enjoy the scenery.
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Boat Trips of the Firth of Forth, Inchcolm Island and the Forth Bridges from South Queensferry. Blackness Castle, as featured in Outlander.
The Port of Burntisland is the Forth’s most natural harbour and one of its oldest.
Picturesque beach with views over the Firth of Forth.
This harbour has a leased repair slipway. The Harbourmaster is part-time.
Pierside berthing with two reserved visitor berths available.
A small harbour used by a few local creel boats and leisure craft.
Pleasure craft and small fishing vessels share the harbour today.
Anstruther Harbour caters for leisure and small fishing vessels. There is approx. 400 metres of pierside berthing and 100 serviced pontoon berths for leisure craft.
At low tide the beach at Elie Harbour links to Earlsferry giving almost a mile of uninterrupted golden sand.
This small pier and bay are used mainly by local small leisure and fishing craft.
Recently featured on Season 2 of Outlander, Dysart Harbour is leased to Dysart Sailing Club and berthing enquiries should be made to 01592 651720.
Tayport Harbour is owned and run by Tayport Harbour Trust a small Scottish charity.
There are two piers owned by Fife Council at North Queensferry known as the Town Pier and the Railway Pier.
A bustling town, Pittenweem is an active port.
Crail is a charming village in the East Neuk. Wander down to the harbour and you'll discover why this is one of the UK's most photographed harbours.
The pier is controlled by Aberdour Residents Association.