TARIFFS


 Cost

 Payable at

 £15 per night

honesty box

located in the

door of the

RNLI Station



moorings map

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Moorings Available


Important update: The annual inspection of the visitors’ moorings, for the 2018 season, was carried out on 15 June.

As a result, all 13 moorings have been upgraded and are available for visitors' use.


Within the Bay, The Portree Moorings Association provides the opportunity to anchor free of charge, or to take advantage of one of the secure visitor’s moorings that can be hired on a per night basis. Moorings cannot be pre-booked and are available on a first come first served, basis.

There are presently 13 visitors’ moorings available in the bay: 8 yellow buoys in two rows parallel to the north shore (10 tonne max) and 5 yellow ones (7.5 tonne max) on the inner trot, running east from Cuddy Point (Rubha na Cuidigean). There are 7 buoys in total on this inner trot but the 2 nearest to Cuddy Point are private and not available to visitors, although marked with similar yellow buoys. All visitor moorings have pick-ups, and are regularly inspected by professional mooring divers to ensure fitness for purpose.


The nightly fee is £10.00, and this should be deposited, along with a note of the vessel’s name, in an honesty box located in the door of the RNLI Station, on the main pier.


The identity of visiting craft is monitored, (a) through information recorded by Association members on the water, and (b) from shore based observations; in order that a picture of visitor mooring usage can be compiled for our records.

In strong south westerlies the moorings can become somewhat exposed, but shelter can be found by anchoring in Camas Ban, the sandy beach on the south side of the entrance to Portree Bay.


November 2018