NORTH HARBOUR

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North Harbour is entered from South Harbour through the recently widened junction canal, which is spanned by the newly reinstated Queenie Bridge.

The deeper waters allow the modern class of whitefish vessels to enter and exit the port at all times. The new quayside and BRC AA-rated fishmarket, which has double the capacity of the previous fishmarket at Merchant’s Quay, have increased the efficiency of fish landings.

The port’s ship repair facilities, including the shiplift and covered repair berth, are located in Alexandra Basin within the North Harbour.

Other Port Areas

Peterhead Bay Marina

Peterhead Bay Marina is a purpose-built leisure facility catering for local and visiting boatowners.
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South Base

The South Base facilitates the prompt and efficient turnaround of vessels servicing the logistical requirements of the offshore oil and gas industry. 
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Albert Quay

Sheltered by a rock-armoured breakwater, Albert Quay, including East Quay, provides 340m of all-weather deepwater berthing.
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Tanker Jetty

The Tanker Jetty was designed to accommodate oil tankers of up to 50,000 tonnes deadweight, delivering fuel oil to the nearby Peterhead Power Station.
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North Harbour

North Harbour is entered from South Harbour through the recently widened junction canal, which is spanned by the newly reinstated Queenie Bridge.
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Port Henry Basin

Accessed via North Harbour, the Port Henry area offers 740m of quayside with depths varying from two to three metres chart datum. 
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South Harbour

South Harbour is a 350m working quay with minimum depth of 6.5m. 
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Princess Royal Jetty

The Princess Royal Jetty handles vessels servicing the offshore oil and gas industry.
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North Base

The North Base provides a wide range of services to the construction and diving support sectors of the oil industry.
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Smith Quay & Merchant's Quay

Boasting a quayside length of 120m, width of 40m, an adjacent working area of 16,000m², and water depth of 10m, Smith Quay is used by many industries, such as subsea, renewable energy, oil and gas decommissioning, and the important pelagic fishing sector.
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