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14/02/2007 18:35:46Scott Maclean (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Great website, really useful. I''ve also found another really good site at www.portsofscotland.co.uk If you are into Ports and Harbours.
Keep the good work up
21/01/2007 21:09:57margaret goode (email@example.com)
iam originaly from burnmouth
28/11/2006 11:21:47Donald Hope (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Rowhedge ferry was still running in 1957.I lived at 19 Church hill till 1958 and as children we often used the ferry to get the train to Walton / Clacton beaches.Good to read about the old village. I wish there was more about Rowhedge Iron Works.
26/10/2006 16:31:32Bruce Thomson (email@example.com)
Excellent list with plenty of information which will be of great use to me in the Moray Firth sailing area.
04/04/2006 13:06:26Dave Snelson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Great website. You may have to update my home harbour of Porthmadog as it it will soon have a small marina (pontoon berths with electricity & water) of its own!
Thanks for the obvious work that has gone into this.
15/03/2006 11:59:36Bob Jones (site administrator) (email@example.com)
Whilst it''s not possible on this website to see the volumes of cargo handled by ports, you can download the latest document (Focus on Ports 2006) from the Department for Transport at http://www.dft.gov.uk/stellent/groups/dft_transstats/documents/page/dft_transstats_611027.hcsp. This provides the sort of information you are probably looking for.
12/03/2006 13:54:52V.S.S.Sarma (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nice work, my friend! Is there any way one can find out from the site - which are the biggest ports in terms of volume handled ? It will be nice to know if the data can be given in a descending order.
02/03/2006 11:36:19Thomas ()
Hi Bob thanks for providing the only website that could provide me with the information i needed on Scottish Ports. Well done mate
22/02/2006 16:39:33anna best (email@example.com)
I have come accross this wonderful website whilst searching for a list of UK harbours/ports that involve fishing. about the same size as whitstable in kent. I wonder if you have tips on how to find this list in existence , or maybe when i''ve put it together it can be of interest as a cross category..
20/02/2006 05:38:29Iain Walinck (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I am was born in Musselburgh in 1964, and have been living in Arizona (USA) since 1996.
I love old songs of the sea, and thought I wanted to write something about the Fisherrow fishwives, which brought me to your web site.
It was indeed a pleasure to view the photographs of the harbour, and read the brief history of it.
Thank you for bringing me close to home.
03/01/2006 19:40:07john laband (email@example.com)
thanks for the information, we are based on the Axe and are looking for sites to dry out against a wall and an alternative to Weston.
20/12/2005 16:36:32Capt. S. K. De (firstname.lastname@example.org)
lots of information. great site indeed.
10/11/2005 21:41:38Richard Martin (email@example.com)
Can spend a lot of time on this site with all its info & useful links.
Thanks a lot
16/08/2005 14:43:45Fiona-Jane Brown ()
Very impressive site - and very helpful for research. Keep up the good work - like Bob''s photos.
03/08/2005 11:31:01Pam Brophy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nice site..I am sure the fishing fraternity will find it useful. Some interesting information on harbour sizes too!
14/03/2005 11:19:24Colin Davidson (West Highland Anchorages & Moorings Association (colin @whamassoc.org.uk)
This has the potential to be an excellent site. What is missing at present is a sketch chartlet of the harbours. For the west coast of Scotland you might care to liaise with Martin Lawrence who produces the Imray pilot books.
17/02/2005 11:42:54Bob Smith (email@example.com)
Viewed the site today, very interesting and informative. I am sure it will be very beneficial to sailors from all over Europe, and also to the Maritime Enthusiast.
Congratulations and very well done.
01/02/2005 11:23:54Mike Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Good idea for a site. I used msn 5.2 to browse and the map and place names and dots all came up on separate bits!! A wee glitch. Appreciate incorporating Gemini.
21/12/2004 21:15:44Robert (email@example.com)
Nice website Bob, well built and very interesting, will get a good read over the holidays when all the fuss dies down!
16/12/2004 23:30:58Bob Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nor did I Rob! I thought I might find 400 - 500. I''m still finding new places, albeit semi-derelict jetties in Scotland, usually.
16/12/2004 22:05:56Rob Fuller ()
Very informative website. I was not aware there were this many ports around the UK.
14/12/2004 15:00:27Bob Jones (email@example.com)
Too right, Peter! This is just a hobby - I''ve still got to do the day job.
14/12/2004 13:54:27Peter Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Congratulations Bob. Pretty comprehensive for a work in progress but probably one that could take over your life completely :o)
14/12/2004 11:15:00Bob Jones (email@example.com)
After months of preparation, the site is up and running today, 14 December 2004.
If anyone spots any errors or omissions, please let me know. It is intended to be a dynamic site, and frequent changes will be made as further information - and photographs - become available.
Your comments on the site will be much appreciated.