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After some consideration, we have decided to CLOSE the Harbour Office for the time being. The safety of our staff and customers is of utmost importance to us at Tarbert Harbour Authority, so we feel it is sensible to do so.
You can still contact us on 01880 820344 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, with staff working from home. In an emergency, you can contact us on the same telephone number, or you can contact Phil Robertson on 07713 332319.
Subject to Government advice, we intend to make gas deliveries, top up your electricity bollard and deliver chandlery supplies by prior notification if needed. It is also our intention to supply red diesel for vessels, but this must be pre-arranged by contacting the Harbour Office.
Tarbert Harbour is now closed to all non-essential visiting vessels.
Essential vessels are classed as: Fishing vessels, Fish-Farm Support vessels and vessels seeking refuge in an emergency.
Notice to mariners is to follow in due course.
If you have any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Stay safe everyone.
We are pleased to say that the new office is operating successfully without change to any contact details*.
On 15th May, 2019 the Chandlery (located in the new office) will be open for business and will remain so throughout the year.
*Please note 01880 820 344 is the only telephone contact number in use for both Office and Chandlery.
Ardrishaig Sea Lock
Travelling North please book by calling:
24 hours in advance
Crinan Sea Lock
Travelling South please book by calling:
24 hours in advance
Download PDF below for more details:
Or to contact Crinan Canal at: email@example.com
The BSS has just published a new handout as an essential guide to all the new requirements and background information.
It covers what is required and how the checks will be carried out by BSS Examiners and how the alarms will help keep crew members safe, including:
See also: 10 Tips To Keep You And Your Crew Alive!
Download the new handout:
For more information, please check the Boat Safety Scheme's website.
*Above information has been sourced from the Boat Safety Scheme website.