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Helmsdale Harbour: Helmsdale was developed in 1818 as a fishing village, largely herring fishing, as like many other villages in the Highlands around that time. Today, the harbour is a prominent feature of Helmsdale village and there are a number of fishing vessels based there which gives it a sense of a working harbour.

Helmsdale Harbour

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Marina group: The Highland Council
Berth depth (MLWS): 1m
Approach depth (MLWS): 1m
Access restrictions: Entrance 12m wide
VHF channel(s): 13
Toilets: Y
Showers: Y
Laundry: N
WiFi: N
Diesel: Y
Petrol: N
Gas: <
Lift-out: N/A
Chandlery: N
Café/Restaurant: Y
Shop: Y
TYHA member: N/A
TransEurope member: N
Number of berths: 30
Average price per metre: £100.79
Discounts available: N
Harbour dues included: Y
Water: S
Power: S
Parking per day: £0.00