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Scarborough Harbour is located on the north east coast of England, south of the Tees and north of the Humber. It is situated under the Castle Headland in the sheltered South Bay.
The harbour is formed by three piers, the outer harbour being set aside for leisure activities while most of the port’s communal activities take place in the main or ‘old’ harbour.
The central location, close to all the many amenities that Scarborough has to offer, has led to the port being called ‘The Jewel in the Crown’ and visiting craft have a wealth of opportunities to enjoy.
Scarborough has been a seaside resort since Victorian times and the attractions of the old town and castle stand alongside modern retail outlets in the town centre.
Many facilities are available to service the fishing fleet and leisure users, the port no longer has cargo handling equipment.
It is the intention that the crews of all vessels visiting the port leave having been made to feel welcome and wishing to return.
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Scarborough Additional Links
Fishing - Facilities |
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Fishing - Visiting Vessels
Leisure - Berth Conditions |
Leisure - Facilities |
Leisure - Launching |
Leisure - Maps |
Leisure - Lighthouse Opening Hours |
Leisure - Moorings |
Leisure - Permanent Berths |
Leisure - Permanent Berths Prices |
Leisure - Visting Craft |
Leisure - Visiting Craft Prices
Navigation - Entering Scarborough |
Navigation - List of Berths |
Navigation - Navigation Procedures |
Navigation - pilotage |
Navigation - Vessel Limits
Passenger Vessels - Moorings |
Passenger Vessels - Prices