Port of Inverness appoint two new Trustees

2nd February 2022

The Port of Inverness is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Trustees after an extensive recruitment process.  Alison Wilson and Gary Cobb will take up their appointments from 1st February 2022.  Alison is Head of Development and Alumni with the University of the Highlands and Islands, responsible for…

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Deuchries Wind Farm Extension Arrival

19th November 2021

The first of two shipments for the Deuchries Wind farm Extension arrived recently in Inverness.  The Bonacieux loaded in Averio, Portugal 10 tower sections.  On arrival in Inverness she was unloaded by PSG for storage at the Port before onward transport to site.  Transportation will be undertaken by Colletts Transport. …

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Last Glen Kyllachy Machinery Leaves Port

15th July 2021

The Port of Inverness said farewell to the Glen Kyllachy Wind Farm with the last tower section leaving the port for site earlier today.  The Port was used to ship the goods from overseas starting in November last year, ahead of schedule, to offset some of the issues envisioned by…

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Port Launches 3-Year Marine Safety Plan

9th July 2021

The Port of Inverness has recently published its 3-year Marine Safety Plan for the conduct of marine operations in the Port of Inverness.  This plan is a requirement of the Port Marine Safety Code and commits the Port to undertake the proper management and regulation of marine navigation within the…

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Maiden Call for Scot Ranger

26th March 2021

The Port of Inverness welcomed Scotline’s latest addition to their fleet at Inverness this week.  The Scot Ranger, which has been in service for approximately two months, arrived on the morning tide from Riga with a mixed cargo of timber and logs.  Once discharged she will be heading to Aalborg. …

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Port of Inverness Chairman Retires

20th January 2021

The Port of Inverness announces that Angus Mackenzie, current Chairman will step down at the end January ending his 11-year association with the Port.  Angus was appointed Trustee in 2010 and took over as Chairman in 2014.  Angus is well known throughout the Highlands having been a partner in Ernst…

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Busy Weekend at Inverness

18th November 2020

Last weekend was busy at the Port of Inverness with the arrival of the Aramis from Castellon, Spain with the first shipment of machinery for the Glen Kyllachy Wind Farm, just south of Inverness.  The ship brought in blades for discharge before sailing for Eemshaven in Holland.  A further 8…

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Andros on maiden call to Inverness

21st August 2020

The Port of Inverness welcomed the tanker Andros earlier this week on her maiden call to Inverness.  She arrived in the early hours of Thursday morning from Rotterdam with 3,300 tonnes of fuel oil to be discharged.  She subsequently sailed yesterday afternoon in ballast back to Rotterdam. The Andros is…

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Maiden Visit for Famita

13th August 2020

The Port of Inverness welcomed the maiden call of the Famita.  She arrived earlier this week to load silica sand/gravel for Lyness.  The Famita is a Norwegian registered ship built in 2002 and is 90m in length with a Gross Tonnage of 2999.  She is due to return from Lyness…

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Aggregate Cargo Arrives at Inverness

30th July 2020

The Port of Inverness had a shipment of aggregate last week when the MV Catania arrived from Ireland with approximately 1,100t of aggregate.  The Catania is registered in St John’s Antigua & Barbuda is 88m in length and has a Gross Tonnage of 1,905t.  It was her maiden visit to…

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Port Gears Up for Staff Return

29th June 2020

The Port of Inverness is gearing itself up for a return of staff as soon as Scottish Government Guidance permits.  Throughout the lockdown, the port has remained open as an essential service and ships have continued to bring goods in and out.  Office based staff are working remotely with maritime…

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Port Issues Updated Terms and Conditions

9th March 2020

The Port of Inverness has updated its Terms and Conditions with effect from 1st March 2020 and these are applicable to all Port Users, both existing and new.  Commenting, Sinclair Browne Port CEO said, “Our previous Terms & Conditions were prepared in 2016 and the new updated version takes into…

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Largest timber shipment arrives at Port of Inverness

29th January 2020

Earlier this week, the Scot Carrier arrived at the Port of Inverness with the largest shipm,ent of sawn timber ever received at the Port to date. The ship arrived from Varberg in Sweden with approximately 6,712m³ (3,280 tonnes) of sawn timber.  The Scot Carrier was launched in 2018 and is…

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Inverness Harbour Trust appoints new Trustees

9th January 2020

Inverness Harbour Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of two Trustees following an extensive recruitment process.  Gary I Campbell has been appointed to the board to serve an initial 3-year term whilst Russell Thomson has been reappointed for a third term with effect from 1st February 2020.  Both are…

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Further support for Inverness Maritime Heritage Trail

5th December 2019

Inverness Harbour Trust are delighted to have received further support from Sustrans Scotland for the next stage in the development of the Inverness Maritime Heritage Trail.  Funding has been allocated under the Places for Everyone scheme.  The aim of Places for Everyone is to create safe, attractive, healthier places by…

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Record breaking year for Port of Inverness

8th November 2019

The Port of Inverness enjoyed a record breaking year in 2018/19 according to its recently published annual report. Turnover for the financial year ending March 2019 was £1.839 million, resulting in a surplus of £403,000. During the year the Port handled a total of 758,575 tonnes of cargo, up 20%…

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PAC Event for Shore Street Quay

30th October 2019

‘The Port of Inverness are undertaking a pre-application consultation event for the proposed remedial works to Shore Street Quay. The Port of Inverness wish to make structural repairs to a small section of their facilities at the Shore Street Quay. The quay, whilst not in current use, has fallen into…

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Further Delivery for Norbord Plant

19th September 2019

The Port of Inverness welcomed the MV Arlecchino recently to discharge three drums, each weighing 76t.  In addition, there were also two 25t “rings” with a diameter of 7.9m.  Built in 1995 and 82m in length, the vessel was on her maiden call to Inverness.  The cargo, imported from Germany,…

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3rd September 2019

The Variety Voyager made her fifth and final call to Inverness for 2019 on Thursday 22nd August. This drew to a close the Port’s best ever year for cruise ship visits, with over 900 passengers passing through the Port during the period, as part of 8 separate visits.  Port of…

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Board Vacancies at Port of Inverness

21st August 2019

The Port of Inverness is a progressive and vibrant driver of growth for Inverness and the Highlands, and its profile has grown considerably in recent years.  The Port handles a wide range of goods and is a focal point for the renewable energy industry in the Highlands.  The Port also…

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Cruise Ship RGCS Resolute visits Inverness

14th June 2019

The Port of Inverness was delighted to welcome the RGCS Resolute this week. The ship arrived on Monday 10 June from Stromness. The majority of the 146 passengers on board came ashore to play golf at either Royal Dornoch or Castle Stuart.  She departed later the same day bound for…

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Variety Voyager Returns to Inverness

4th June 2019

The Port of Inverness was delighted to welcome back the Variety Voyager following on the success of her visits last year.  The ship arrived in the early hours of Monday morning from Stromness to disembark passengers at the end of their cruise.  The ship was then resupplied before approximately 65…

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Le Champlain Returns to Inverness

15th May 2019

Cruise ship Le Champlain returned to Port of Inverness on Tuesday 14th May following her maiden call on the previous Sunday.  Again, the passengers enjoyed glorious weather for their various shore excursions.  The ship arrived from Rosyth at just before midday and departed in the early evening for Lerwick.  Commenting,…

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Ship Visit Marks Start of Busiest Cruise Season for Port of Inverness

13th May 2019

Cruise ship Le Champlain anchored in the Inverness Firth on Sunday morning having arrived from Lerwick. Passengers were transferred ashore to the Port of Inverness allowing them to visit a number of tourist attractions.  The ship which was built in 2018 is 131m in length and carried 163 passengers as…

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Sinclair Browne, Chief Executive Port Of Inverness, Interviewed

21st February 2019

Sinclair Browne, Chief Executive Port Of Inverness, Talks Port Operations & Technology, Scottish Economy & Maritime Sector, Brexit And More Sinclair Browne, Chief Executive of the Port of Inverness, was recently interviewed by the editor of marine Strategy.  The Port of Inverness is one of Scotland’s most sheltered natural deep…

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Grain Shipment from Inverness

17th December 2018

The MV Hendrick S arrived in Inverness recently to load approximately 2, 800 of malted barley for shipment to Ipswich.  This is the first cargo of this type handled at the port for a couple of years.  The MV Hendrick S is Dutch registered and was built in 2001.  She…

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Drew Hendry MP addresses Port of Inverness Annual Meeting

6th December 2018

The Port of Inverness held its Annual Meeting on Friday 30 November 2018 to present its Annual Accounts for the financial year 2017/2018.  The event was well attended by over 60 key stakeholders, Trustees and members of the business and local community. Presentations were made by Angus Mackenzie, Chairman of…

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Luxury cruise ship adds Inverness to itinerary

5th June 2018

Inverness is playing host to a new luxury cruise liner this summer.  The 68-metre luxury mega yacht Variety Voyager made its first visit at the weekend (Sunday 3 June) and will be using the Port of Inverness for turnaround calls throughout the summer season.  Passengers will begin and end their…

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Port Visit for Former Foresters

16th May 2018

The Port of Inverness welcomed 14 members of the Forestry Commission Retirement Association for a tour of the port.  The retired foresters were interested to learn about port activities with particular regard to timber products being shipped through the port.  Following the talk in the Port Boardroom and general discussion,…

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First Convoy Leaves Port of Inverness

14th May 2018

Last week the first convoy of wind turbine machinery left the Port of Inverness, bound for the Dorenell Wind Farm in Moray.  The convoy comprised three complete tower sections.  Commenting on this first movement, Port CEO Sinclair Browne said, ” This is the start of a very busy summer for…

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First Renewable Cargo of the Season Arrives at Inverness

6th April 2018

Port of Inverness welcomed the MV Randzel back with the first renewable cargo for Dorenell Wind Farm which is a joint venture between Infinergy Ltd and Glenfiddich Estate.  The vessel arrived on the 3rd of April from Santander in Spain carrying tower sections.  This first arrival is one of 24…

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New Trustees Appointed

14th February 2018

Inverness Harbour Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Trustees with effect from 1st February 2018.  Graham Phillips and George Macleod are replacing Tony Mitchell and Murdo Macleod. Commenting on the appointments, Chairman, Angus Mackenzie said “I am delighted to welcome our new Trustees who have been…

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Maritime Quarter Heritage Trail Proposed by Port Authority

22nd January 2018

A rich maritime heritage which dates back to the Middle Ages could be celebrated with the creation of a trail for tourists and locals along the Inverness waterfront. The Heritage Trail is being proposed by Inverness Harbour Trust as a key element of the city’s rebranded Maritime Quarter, which includes…

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Annual Meeting 2017

22nd December 2017

The Port of Inverness held its Annual Meeting at Caledonian Stadium in Inverness earlier this month.  At this well attended meeting the Port’s Annual Results for 2016/2017 were announced.  Whilst turnover was slightly down to £1.423m, the surplus of £147,000 still represented a double digit return to stakeholders.Presenting the results,…

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Chief Executive Completes Vuelta de Isla Negra

20th September 2017

Port of Inverness Chief Executive, Sinclair Browne took part in the inaugural Vuelta de Isla Negra cycle event which was organised by solicitors firm Ledingham Chalmers LLP to help raise funds for the Avoch Amenities Association (“AAA”).  The AAA have fantastic plans to re-develop the old bowling green and tennis…

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Deputy Harbour Master dons the “Yellow Jersey”

5th July 2017

Port of |Inverness Deputy Harbour Master, Gordon Mackenzie, is taking to his bike in a bid to his bit in reducing the Port’s carbon footprint.  Taking a lead from the Tour de France, Gordon has pulled on his “Yellow Jersey” and got on his bike to undertake his port inspections. …

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Small Warehouse to let at the Port

28th June 2017

An opportunity has arisen for anyone interested in renting a small warehouse building on Cromwell Road currently owned by the Port of Inverness.  The property which comprises a self-contained building has excellent frontage to Cromwell Road and extends to approximately 2,125 sq ft (197.42 sq m).  Internally the building is…

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Rare Visitor to Inverness

14th June 2017

The Port of Inverness welcomed an unusual visitor this week in amongst all the commercial traffic.  The WESTWARD HO came in on Monday and stayed for a couple of nights.  She is a two masted Grimsby built fishing smack, dating from 1884.  She is 89GRT with a length of 26m. …

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EDF-ER Corriemoillie Education & Training Fund

9th June 2017

The EDF-ER Corriemoillie Education & Training Fund has opened for applications.  EDF Energy Renewables (EDF-ER) Corriemoillie Education & Training Fund is a charitable fund that will benefit people living in the community council areas of Contin; Garve and District; Lochbroom; Marybank, Scatwell and Strathconon; and Strathpeffer (the Area of Benefit).…

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Final Blairidh Wind Farm deliveries arrive at Inverness

24th May 2017

The recent sailing of the Peak Bilbao from Inverness meant that the final components for the Blairaidh Wind Farm had arrived at the port. The wind farm is situated just west of Invermoriston and when complete will have 32 turbines. Delivery of the first 7 arrived at the port in…

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Inverness Harbour Trust Appoints New Trustees

5th April 2017

Inverness Harbour Trust has appointed two new trustees to the board that oversees the operation of the Port of Inverness. Catriona Maclean and David Taylor took up their positions recently. Catriona is now Head of Rural Economy Division at the Scottish Government and was formerly Chief Executive of The Crofters…

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Port of Inverness Annual Report/Strategic Plan

20th January 2017

Prior to Christmas the Port of Inverness released its Annual Report for 2016 and launched the Strategic Plan for the next 10 Years.  The key highlight in the Annual Report was an increase in turnover to £1.5m, resulting in a surplus of £219,000.  Over the last 12 months the Port…

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Further Wind Farm Machinery Arrives at Inverness

7th November 2016

Machinery for two new wind farms arrived at the Port of Inverness recently.  Five ships delivered 5 complete turbines for Cairnbarrow Wind Farm in Moray and 6 complete tower sections and nacelles for the Bhlaraidh Wind Farm near Invermoriston.  The blades for the latter wind farm were delivered to Kyle…

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Last Blades Leave Inverness

24th October 2016

Last week, the last wind turbine blade left the Port of Inverness for delivery to the Dunmaglass Wind Farm, on the west side of Loch Ness.  Originally 99 blades delivered to the port from Turkey for this large wind farm project in Summer 2015 and were stored at the Port…

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Resolis WRI tour the port

5th September 2016

The Port of Inverness recently welcomed a number of members from Resolis WRI to the port for a tour.  In total members visited and were given a talk on the Port’s history and current developments together with an outline of future development plans.  The hosts were represented by Sinclair Browne,…

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Pole Star visits Inverness

25th August 2016

The Port of Inverness had a recent visit from the NLV Pole Star.  This ship is one of two operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board out of Oban.  She visited the port for two nights whilst she undertook inspections and maintenance of navigational buoys in the area. The Pole Star…

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Navy Visitor at Inverness

19th July 2016

The Port of Inverness welcomed HMS Blyth as a visitor over the weekend.  The ship is part of the First Mine Countermeasures Squadron which is affiliated to Inverness.  The visit included a reception for guests.  Port Chief Executive Sinclair Browne said, “It is a delight to welcome HMS Blyth to…

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Port of Inverness at All Energy

10th May 2016

Representatives from the port attended the All Energy Conference in Glasgow yesterday and today.  The conference is one of the largest gatherings in the UK of leading experts, developers, suppliers and consultants in the renewable energy business.  This is the third year that the port has had a stand at…

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First Arrival for Hill of Glaschyle

8th April 2016

The MV Randzel arrived in Inverness earlier this week with the first of four shipments of machinery for the Hill of Glaschyle Wind Farm.  The ship which brought in machinery and blades was built in 2006, has a GT of 3,173 and is 99m in length.  Following discharge the ship…

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Final Delivery for Edintore Wind Farm

22nd March 2016

The MV Abis Breskens sailed at the end of last week having delivered the final one of three shipments of components for the Edintore Wind Farm in Moray.  The Abis Breskens has been a regular visitor to the port over the last couple of years.  She left Inverness over the…

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First Renewable Cargo of 2016 for the Port

7th March 2016

Earlier last week, the Port of Inverness welcomed the MV Westvoorne with the first renewable cargo for 2016.  The vessel arrived on Thursday from Emden via Goole and unloaded mainly machinery parts for the Edintore Wind Farm in Moray.  In total there will be 6 Enercon E92 turbines erected.  This…

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Major New Investment at Port

5th March 2016

The Port of Inverness is delighted to announce that it has completed an extension to one of its transit sheds in response to continued demand from customers.  The £330,000 project involved the creation of additional space and remodelling internal layouts.  The construction work was undertaken by William Gray Construction and…

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Chemical Tanker Visits Inverness

23rd December 2015

The specialised chemical tanker Haugfjord arrived in Inverness this week to unload 500 tonne of dead salmon from fish farms in Shetland.  The cargo was pumped ashore for storage in secure tanks at the port for further onward transportation.  Following discharge the 45m Norwegian registered vessel departed for Stornoway.  …

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Steady performance at Port of Inverness

17th December 2015

The Port of Inverness continues to steer a steady course according to its latest annual report. Turnover rose between October 2013 and March 2015 to £1.81 million with a surplus of £202,000.  During this period the port handled a total of 898,321 tonnes of cargo. Across the board revenues increased…

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Port Employee Raises Money for MacMillan Cancer

5th October 2015

Gail Meeks, Administrator at the Port of Inverness has been very busy over the last few weeks raising an incredible £1,340 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Firstly she took part in the aptly named Loch Ness Beast Race, which involved a 10k challenge along the banks of Loch Ness.  It is…

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Moy Wind Farm Deliveries Finish at Port of Inverness

1st October 2015

The recent sailing of the Lady Adele earlier, marked the final delivery of wind farm components to the Port of Inverness for the Moy Wind Farm development just south of Inverness.  In total there have been 14 ship visits to the port with the Lady Adele being the most frequent…

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Inverness is first call on ship’s maiden voyage

22nd July 2015

Picture showing the presentation of an Inverness Harbour Trust plaque on 18th July by Captain Ken Maclean, Harbour Master, to Captain Albert Brouwer, Owner / Master of the Gibraltar registered, general cargo vessel “TRITON”.  The presentation was made to mark the maiden voyage of the vessel, carrying wind turbine towers…

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New Deputy Harbour Master Appointed at Port of Inverness

13th July 2015

The Port of Inverness is delighted to announce the appointment of Gordon Mackenzie as Deputy Harbour Master.  Originally from the Black Isle, Gordon started as a deck cadet with Denholm Ship Management in 1978 before coming ashore in 1984.  He then moved to Scrabster Harbour where in 2006 he was…

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Luxury Classic Super Yacht Visits Inverness

15th June 2015

The Port of Inverness had an usual visitor this week in the shape of 37m Fair Lady classic motor yacht.  The vessel was stopping over in Inverness for a few days before departing for the west coast via the Caledonian Canal. The Fair Lady was originally built by Camper &…

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First shipment arrives for Moy Wind Farm

8th June 2015

The MV Filia Nettie arrived in Inverness on Friday from Esbjerg in Denmark with the first delivery of wind farm components for the Moy Wind Farm just south of Inverness.  Built in 2008 the ship is 90m in length and has a gross tonnage of 2,199t.  This was her first…

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Further Activity

28th May 2015

Two further ships arrived this week with wind farm components at the port.  The MV Oceanic unloaded a cargo of 24 blades for storage for the Dumnaglass Wind Farm.  Further deliveries are expected later this week from the MV Nordic (24 blades) and the MV Cimbris (12 blades).  Once all…

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Busy Spell Ahead for Port of Inverness

26th May 2015

The first ship arrived in the Port of Inverness with wind farm components to herald the start of what will be to be a very busy time for the Port of Inverness.  The MV Wilson Caen docked in the port from Emden in Holland with the first cargo of wind…

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Port underlines green commitments

22nd December 2014

The Port of Inverness has just completed the installation of a 50kWp solar PV installation on one of the storage shed roofs. Commenting on the installation, port Chief Executive Sinclair Browne commented “We have a number of large storage sheds at the port and it made alot of sense to…

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Macmillan Coffee Morning at the Port

1st October 2014

Last Friday, the 26th of September, the port hosted a coffee morning in support of Macmillan Cancer’s World’s Largest Coffee Morning.  The event was a great success with over £650 being raised.  Home baking was provided by the staff, commenting on the event, Sinclair Browne Port Chief Executive said, “The…

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HMS Grimsby Visits Inverness

16th September 2013

The Port of Inverness welcomed HMS Grimsby to the port over the weekend.  The crew had a busy weekend whilst in the port hosting a reception and a number of visits from local schools.  Port CEO Sinclair Browne commented, “We are always delighted to welcome ships from the Royal Navy…

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First Cruise Ship of the Season

17th June 2013

The Port of Inverness welcomed its first cruise vessel of the season last week.  The Serenissima arrived from Fair Isle on a cruise round Scotland.  Operated by Noble Caledonia, the 87m vessel was built in 1960 and was substantially upgraded last year. She now offers high quality accommodation for up…

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Seafarers Awareness Week

16th April 2013

Seafarers UK, the leading charity for the UK’s maritime community has announced that the Annual Seafarers Awareness Week will run from 24th/30th June this year.  This campaign is primarily aimed at raising the awareness of the UK’s dependence on seafarers. As an island nation, the UK is dependent upon the…

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Search and Rescue maritime training begins in the Inverness Firth

2nd April 2013

Last week (Tuesday, 26 March 2013) Bristow Helicopters’ Search and Rescue (SAR) crews began six weeks of special maritime training on the Inverness Firth. The exercises are part of three months of training being undertaken by Bristow’s SAR teams in preparation for the start of the UK Gap SAR contract…

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Report Highlights Importance of Ports to Scottish Economy

26th March 2013

A recent report undertaken by Oxford Economics highlights the importance of the maritime sector, and in particular the role of ports to the economic wellbeing of Scotland.  In total the maritime services sector supported an estimated £3.8 billion of Gross Value Added in Scotland, equivalent to 3.5% of the country’s…

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Further Shipment of Wind Turbines at Port of Inverness.

25th January 2013

The MV Gerarda arrived in Inverness last the weekend with the next shipment of wind turbine parts bound for the Rothes Wind Farm Extension.  The ship arrived from Ferrol in Spain with 13 towers sections forming the cargo.  Commenting on this arrival, Chief Executive Sinclair Browne said, “This is the…

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Windfarm on the Move

16th January 2013

Just before Christmas, the initial cargo for the Rothes wind farm extension arrived at the Port of Inverness.  The cargo comprised turbine blades and various other pieces of equipment for the windfarm.  The development comprises 18 turbines that are to be moved to the site at Rothes Cairn Uish near…

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Port busy in pre-Christmas period

20th December 2012

The Port of Inverness has had a busy period in the lead up to Christmas.  Following on the success of welcoming their inaugural wind farm cargo last month, the port has enjoyed further success with part of the machinery bound for the Rothes extension using the port recently.  The Oceanic…

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First Wind Turbines Arrive at Inverness

10th December 2012

The Port of Inverness recently welcomed its inaugural cargo of wind turbines. Arriving in two ships from Germany and Sweden, the 5 turbines were successfully offloaded for onward transfer to site. Commenting on the arrivals, Chief Executive Sinclair Browne said, “We are delighted to see this cargo coming through Inverness.…

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Boardroom Available For Hire

6th September 2012

If you are looking for a room to hire for meetings, The Boardroom within the Port of Inverness offers fantastic value for money in a unique setting.  The Boardroom can accommodate up to 14 people in comfort has is available for half day or full day bookings.  The Boardroom offers…

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Unusual Visitor to Port

5th July 2012

The Port of Inverness welcomed an unusual visitor last week in the form of the schooner “Meander”. Originally built in 1949 as a fishing boat, she was converted to a sailing schooner in 1992.  The privately owned vessel is 30m in length and has a sail area of 200sq m. …

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Seasonal Return for Caledonian Canal Ship

8th June 2012

The Port of Inverness welcomed back the MV Kanutta for her first visit of the year.  The vessel arrived from Corpach with a cargo of logs and came through the Caledonian Canal.  This service sees the continuation of the already highly successful development of reintroducing freight transport through the Caledonian…

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Investment pays off at Port of Inverness

4th May 2012

After lying mothballed since 2005 following a plating rupture, a fish oil storage tank has received its first cargo following completion of repairs that involved it losing almost two metres of height and being re-roofed. The tank, on land owned by the Port of Inverness adjacent to the fuel depot,…

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