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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

  • Harbour Trust 50:50 Club

    February 2015: We're getting pretty excited about the fact that next month will see the first draw in the Harbour Trust's new 50:50 Club lottery. For just £15 per year, you can purchase a ticket that will be entered into each monthly draw and an extra bonus draw at christmas, while at the same time supporting the upkeep of St Andrews Harbour. As the name suggests, half the monies raised will be put back into the prize fund and two numbers will be drawn each month for members to have the chance of winning. The more taking part the bigger the prizes, so please sign up now - application forms can be downloaded from the link below.

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  • Pontoon Development

    May 2015: We are pleased to say that Full and Listed Building Consent approvals have now been received for the installation of pontoons in the Inner Basin. We are currently finalising the number of berths that wil be available as a result of the 1st phase funding available and look forward to work starting on the installation in the coming months.

    28 January 2015: The Harbour Trust has this week submitted planning and listed building consent applications for the installation of pontoon berthing along the West Quayside of the Inner Basin. Information relating to the proposal can be found here. We believe this is an exciting opportunity for the harbour that will enhance its use in many ways. There will be an opportunity to dicuss the proposal with Harbour Trust representatives at a public meeting to be held on 13th March, 2015 at the Cosmos Centre from 6.30pm to 9pm and you may also wish to visit Fife Council's Planning portal to find full planning application details.