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2018 has seen Montrose Port Authority celebrate its 525th anniversary in a number of ways; from a variety of articles in the press which track the history of the Port, to a very special celebratory evening back in June. The arrival of our first ever cruise ship, in September, is just cause for celebration too! Right now, Montrose Museum is Read more...
November 1, 2018

Montrose Museum Hosts Port 525 Exhibition

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MONTROSE HARBOUREAST OF SCOTLANDNOTICE TO MARINERS NO. 8 – 2018CHART 1438 Notice is hereby given that on 25th June 2018 major construction operations will commence on the North Quay on Berth No7 & 8, Montrose Harbour. Mariners are requested to navigate with caution and give as wide a berth as possible. Vessels entering/leaving the port are to contact Port Control Read more...
June 25, 2018


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Montrose Port Authority, a leading support and service hub for the energy industry, has received a £1.5million Ports Mode Shift Grant from the Scottish Government. Following on from a period of significant investment for Montrose Port Authority, the funding feeds into the Port’s strategic growth plans which will allow larger cargo vessels to dock in Montrose. The Grant will support Read more...
June 5, 2018

£1.5million investment made into Montrose Port

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Montrose Port Authority has celebrated a record-breaking month due to increased commercial vessel activity. The leading support and service hub for the energy industry, announced 337,000 tonnes of shipping activity during August 2017; beating its previous record by an additional 100,000 tonnes. Nik Scott-Gray, chief executive at Montrose Port Authority, said: “Last month’s results are a clear indication of the Read more...
May 5, 2018

Record-breaking month for Montrose Port Authority

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Montrose Port Authority (MPA) has made public the findings of a Coastal Process Assessment, analysing the effect of local dredging activity upon Montrose beach. Commissioned by MPA, the Assessment was undertaken by leading marine consultancy ABPmer, whose key objective was to provide a comprehensive understanding of the coastal processes operating in Montrose Bay. In doing so, the study has disproved Read more...
April 2, 2018

Study refutes link between Montrose Port dredging and coastal erosion

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