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CHART 1438 Notice is hereby given that on 12th June 2020 dredging operations will commence in the navigable channel between Scurdieness Lighthouse and the Inner Harbour. These will continue for approximately 3-4 days. Mariners are requested to navigate with caution and give the dredger UKD Marlin as wide a berth as possible at all times. The dredger will make regular Read more...
June 9, 2020


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Montrose Port are inviting families across Angus and Aberdeenshire to join them for some nautical fun as they launch a brand new activity pack this week which they hope will help homeschooling parents keep their kids entertained for the remaining weeks of lockdown. The pack which has been produced in conjunction with an educational consultant, contains a fun filled set Read more...
May 21, 2020

All aboard for nautical fun at Montrose Port

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Angus joined the Montrose Port team at the end of November, having previously worked for Maersk Supply Services since 2010. During this time he would be out at sea for 5- 6 weeks at a time on a vessel providing towing, anchoring and supply chain to offshore platforms. The ships he worked on would often visit Montrose Port, and it Read more...
May 13, 2020

A Day in the Life – Angus MacAulay, Montrose Port Authority Pilot

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For close on one hundred and fifty years, Scurdie Ness Lighthouse has stood sentinel as a fixed aid to navigation at the mouth of the River South Esk, guiding mariners safely past the shoals and rocky shoreline of the north Angus and Mearns coast. A petition from 74 local inhabitants in November 1860 complained that both strangers and regular users Read more...
May 10, 2020

Southesk Sentinel

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Global Symphony has changed its official port of registration to Montrose enabling quicker access to many of the company’s key projects and customers based around the Scottish islands, the North Sea and further afield in the Baltic Sea. Cementing the relationship with the local community Master Michal Beta, the Captain of Global Symphony was presented with a signed Montrose football Read more...
April 28, 2020

Global Marine Group’s ‘Symphony’ calls Montrose Port home

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