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Welcome to St Andrews Harbour

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The town of St Andrews rates as one of the most popular places to visit in Scotland, well known for its association with golf, as a holiday destination with fabulous beaches and historic visitor attractions, as well as its world renowned University. Less well known is the town's Harbour sitting on its eastern periphery, yet just a few steps from the busy town centre and nestling below the ruins of the mediaeval Cathedral and 33m tower of St Rule's church (a climb to the top of which is rewarded by wonderful panoramic views).

St Andrews harbour is home to a fleet of around a dozen small fishing vessels, landing high quality shellfish from around the nearby shores, which are sold locally, nationally and exported. A small, but growing, number of pleasure craft are also based within the sheltered waters of the Inner basin.

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Latest News

  • Gates Operational

    12 July 2014: We are delighted to say that the new winding gear cogs have now been fitted to the gates allowing them to be closed and 'run' to remove the build up of sand and silt in the harbour and fairway.

  • Harbour Gala Update

    10 June 2014: We are pleased to be able to report that yesterday's Harbour Gala was a great success and we are delighted with the number of positive comments and suggestions made for future years. The funds raised on the day, which were in excess of £3000, will help enormously after incurring some major bills this year for essential maintenance work

  • Busy Weekend at Harbour

    18 May 2014: Visitors to the harbour would have seen a lot going on this weekend. The 71st Engineering Regiment were in providing excellent assistance in moving some boulders around that will safeguard part of the harbour structure, while work has started on repairing the fault with the gate's opening mechanism and a new vessel has arrived in the form of St Andrews Sea Safari RIB.

  • 2014 Harbour Trust Raffle

    May 2014: Tickets are now on sale for this years Harbour Trust Raffle and can be obtained from Trustees, many local shops and will also be available at the Harbour Gala on 7th June. Once again, thanks to the generosity of local businesses, organisations and individuals we are able to offer a fantastic range of prizes - please support the Harbour and get your tickets now. A full list of prizes and sponsors can be found here.