View the latest information on South Harbour's ability to support the decommissioning sector.
A Trust Port is an independent statutory body, created by an Act of Parliament. As such, it is not controlled by a local authority, nor is it a private business. Instead, it is run by an independent board, for the benefit of its stakeholders, and governed by its own local legislation.
05th September 2018
North Sea decommissioning supported by Aberdeen HarbourRead More
05th September 2018
Over 100 friends and family visit AHEP Construction Project.Read More
28th August 2018
Caissons - the building blocks for the South Harbour closed quays - are loaded onto vessels in Spain.Read More
15th June 2018
Kingfisher largest vessel to ever berth in Aberdeen HarbourRead More
Aberdeen Harbour Board and VisitAberdeenshire show how the new Aberdeen South Harbour will open the City and Shire to the Cruise Industry.
07th June 2018
South Harbour Quays NamedRead More
Silver Cloud berths in Silver CityRead More
First accropodes produced at new Aberdeen South Harbour facilityRead More
Vattenfall pontoon unveiled in Aberdeen HarbourRead More
Cruise-Ready Business Opportunities Guide available.Read More
Caisson Construction Marks New Phase for Construction Project.Read More
05th April 2018
Latest South Harbour Project Newsletter now available.Read More
The Aberdeen Harbour Port Safety Group will now meet at the Marine Operations Centre, North Pier, AB11 5HB on the following dates :
Thursday, 29th March 2018
Tuesday, 05th June 2018
Thursday, 20th September 2018
Thursday, 20th December 2018
Meetings will commence 14:00.Read More
05th February 2018
Michelle Handforth takes up role of Chief Executive.Read More
John Brebner joins Aberdeen Harbour Board as Non-executive DirectorRead More
17th December 2015
Aberdeen Harbour Rates & Charges for 2018 are now available online.Read More
21st November 2017
A new dynamic Scottish ports directory, aimed at the energy industry has been launched.Read More
14th November 2017
Port engineers gather for £350m harbour constructionRead More
09th October 2017
Construction of temporary building for accropode production underway.Read More
Aberdeen Harbour has a Code of Practice, designed by a joint taskforce of experts, with the aim of protecting Bottlenose dolphins near Aberdeen’s harbour mouth, and provide guidance to vessels operating in the port.Read More
16th August 2017
100-tonne midwater arches handled at the portRead More
17th July 2017
Aberdeen Harbour expansionRead More
The £350 million expansion of Aberdeen Harbour will open significant opportunities for the city as well as the wider economy, from up-scaled decommissioning activity and being able to accommodate larger commercial vessels, to an increased share of the available cruise vessel fleet.
This new video highlights features of the new state-of-the-art facilities, which are due to be completed in 2020.
Dragados provide a summary of the key South Harbour Construction Milestones.
Many regard the decommissioning of North Sea assets as a brand new activity stream, yet Aberdeen Harbour has treated it as a core activity for several years now.
Aberdeen Harbour Board is an independent statutory authority formed under the terms of the Aberdeen Harbour Order Confirmation Act 1960. It is responsible for the administration, maintenance and improvement of the port.
Aberdeen Harbour is one of the UK’s busiest ports. A world leading marine support centre, it is the principal port for the energy sector in Western Europe and serves a number of industries as the main commercial port in the North-East of Scotland.
With trading links to more than 40 countries worldwide, Aberdeen Harbour generates in excess of £1.5billion GVA annually.
As a Trust Port, it invests all profits into further development, amounting to more than £35million in the last five years.