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08/09/2011 20:51:29JK marketing (firstname.lastname@example.org)
we looking import product from india china so which sea port will be nearest from luton, bedfordshire, united kingdom
13/08/2011 01:18:40Alan Booth (email@example.com)
I was in the unit in 1960-1969 & served in Singapore twice, i was also the Regt. PTI & also a Crane op & engine driver having trained at Longmore & Southend in 1968 after returning from the Far East.I subsequently took discharge in Aug 1969 & emigated to Australia & noe live on the Gold Coast at Mudgeeraba Queensland.
07/04/2011 20:42:02John Gilder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wardleys Creek, Hambleton, Lancs, on the River Wyre, has a Georgian quayside in remarkably good condition.
There are roman numerals down one side of the quayside, the lowest one showing an ''X'' which tells you something about the silting.
07/04/2011 20:29:14John Gilder (email@example.com)
Just come across this site and, as one who has long had a fascination for quaysides, can see before viewing more fully that I am going to get lots of enjoyment from it.
I do have a question though: in John Rowe Townsend''s book The Intruder is an illustration of a port and quayside (inside front cover) which I was told by the illustrator was a fictional drawing based on the setting of the story, which is in Ravenglass, Cumbria.
The illustration does have the slightest resemblance to Ravenglass and a hint here and there of Arnside, Cumbria.
If anyone can help here, and I am happy to submit an image, I would like to hear views on where people think it most resembles.
15/03/2011 12:06:50Alex Macdonald ()
I often visit the Dumfries area - the information is this website will enrich future visits.
17/02/2011 13:52:01Joanne Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I just wanted to say this website is extremely useful. I had to locate every port in the east and south of england and this website has done the work for me, all I had to do was write them all down. I am very grateful for this website and we would like to thank everyone who keeps the information up to date.
09/02/2011 15:29:05gloria king (email@example.com)
looking forward to going to oban for a few days, not been there before.
20/01/2011 15:15:10Keith Salway (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fabulous resource well researched and very interesting
17/01/2011 11:46:18Mairi Wickett (email@example.com)
Wonderful details, I plan to contact all the ports and harbours with the hope of getting feedback re our new patented technology, The WITT (Whatever Input to Torsion Transfer)The WITT transmission will collect energy from ALL SEA MOVEMENT, AND HAS MANY APPLICATIONS: we would like to recieve feedback from harbour masters and sailors with their views on this new technology, and we thank you in anticipation: www.witt-energy-solutions.com to view ''proof of concept'' utube clips
02/09/2010 20:32:35derek nesbit (firstname.lastname@example.org)
looking for any info or photos of my late father JIM PIRIE fisherman from sandheaven scotland thank you Derek Nesbit ...email@example.com
23/07/2010 06:24:39Lumi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Just want to say hello to all of you in Ullapool. I have been there in 1985 as one of the so called klondikers on a east German Super Trawler. I can still remember on the smell and the taste of the whiskey in Captains Cabin. Now after this huge fleet of ships is gone I hope you will still have a good business there and hopefully I will come again to enjoy the harbor view by sunset.
BTW: I still have some pictures from this time. I want to share them and if you are interested to put them on your page you are welcome to contact me.
30/06/2010 20:16:41Bob Jones (Webmaster) (email@example.com)
Click on Advanced Search. Allow ''Any'' in all categories and click ''Search''. Answer = 914 ports.
30/06/2010 07:37:12Sirinud (firstname.lastname@example.org)
How many ports of the UK waters?
25/06/2010 11:55:37Dave Millings (email@example.com)
well done Duncan. Excellent site useful and inspiring.
01/06/2010 01:06:40Grant Sharkey (Grantsharkey157@msn.com)
What a cracking site, lots of superbly investigated information. I am originally from SW Scotland but now live in Torbay, nice to see you have covered all my areas!!!!!!!
Many happy childood days spent at Glencaple........ my dad even had a boat for a few years there!!
27/05/2010 22:22:02charlie wolff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
greetings to ullapool,
i was one of the so called klondiker in the 80s. eastgerman fishing fleet.
was a great time. always we listening to radio 1 london ww, steve wright in the afternoon.
i miss this time..
reg to all
18/04/2010 11:47:11garry beech (email@example.com)
Visit Brid all the time excellent place, I am looking for a berth.
16/04/2010 16:20:05Bob Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Peter (see below) - look at the Stroma page at www.ports.org.uk/port.asp?id=544. You''ll see in the final paragraph details of how to get to the island.
05/04/2010 20:58:17peter semple (email@example.com)
My forbears were the Kennedys who owned Stroma from about 1659 till 1721 when they moved to Braehead on South Ronaldsay. One colourful character Murdoch was said to have entertained guests by using the mummified corpses of his father & grandfather as drums. I believe there is a Kennedy mausoleum in the graveyard and think I recognised it on a photo on the internet?
This year some family members descended from the Kennedies are hoping to visit. Perhaps 6 adults or perhaps 8. Would it be possible to arrange a boat trip?
Dates to be decided. Where would we depart from?
Peter Semple...lives near Stirling
26/01/2010 19:04:23Bob Jones (site owner) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Following on Mike''s comment below, if ''usage'' includes Leisure, then you can assume that yachts are welcome. Many commercial ports do have facilities for leisure craft, of course.
Alternatively, you can go to Advanced Search. If, for example, you ask for ''Leisure'' (under Usage) in ''England'', you get 160 locations.
26/01/2010 17:56:16Mike Davidson (email@example.com)
This site is simply brilliant! The only thing I would add is to clarify the ports that welcome visiting small yachts. Some mainly commercial ports don''t at all. Some do. It''s not meant to be a pilot book of course but I find it difficult to know if Yachts are welcome.
13/01/2010 11:06:5830drinos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
My compliment to the designer,
It would be better to sort the port according to their useage commercial eg container, fuel, ro-ro, general cargo, bulk ect. that will be more comfortable to find the best port for transschipment.
The photos were excellent.
My best regards to every one.
07/11/2009 18:47:23jeffrey (email@example.com)
this is a very good site ,,As I am building my site on the walks on the north side river bank''s from howden to faxfleet,,
all the best
03/10/2009 11:22:24Chris Downie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I REMEMBERWEN I WAS THERE MANY WEEKENDS ON BOARD THE AMUNITION CARRIER ST GEORGE
SUPPLYING MUNITIONS TO FORCES IN EUROPE
WAS ATTACHED TO 20 MARITIME REGT
05/09/2009 02:44:14PC1 Patrick James McKenna, USN (Ret.) (email@example.com)
The photo of the of the Ardnadam Pier, even in its current dilapidated state brings back many memories.
In 1984, I spent eight months attached to the Clyde Area Shore Patrol, assigned the duties of Beach Guard at the end of the Ardnadam Pier.
We worked with the Ministry of Defense Police. The MODP were true professionals and great friends.