Progress is continuing apace at South Harbour, with 120,000 tonnes of infill material being placed behind the caissons on Dunnottar Quay. The fill material used behind the caissons has been quarried from Norway, and will provide these quays with significant heavy-lift capacity, supporting activity associated with the onshore and offshore energy industry. The North Breakwater has reached its completed length and over the summer, work will take place on the Crown Wall, which will run along the length of the Breakwater to give added protection to the quayside. To date, 240,000m³ of material has been laid below the water’s surface for the South Breakwater to a length of 600 meters. Before long, this structure will be visible.
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, but run by an independent board for the benefit of its stakeholders, and governed by its own local legislation.Read More
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At a unique time in the port's almost 900 year history, Aberdeen Harbour is seeking Non-Executive Directors to join its Board.Read More
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In 2019, the Aberdeen Harbour Port Safety Group will meet at 2pm on the following dates:
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Aberdeen Harbour is a hive of decommissioning activity. Nearly 10,000 tonnes of material have crossed the quayside, from projects such as the Maersk Leadon and Janice, and Shell’s Brent Alpha projects.Read 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.
Cruise-Ready Business Opportunities Guide available.Read More
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 the UK's oldest existing business and Europe’s premier marine support centre for the oil and gas industry. Construction of the new South Harbour commenced in 2017 and the £350m project will up-scale opportunities for existing customers and open the door to new markets. Combined with the existing port, Aberdeen Harbour will soon become the largest port in Scotland in terms of berthage, and one of the most tidally unrestricted.