Pontoon

Our new pontoon and bridge is now in place and is available to use, and although installation is not complete, (we intend adding fresh water and landscaping the site), please take care when accessing and be respectful of local residents who live close by. Waste bins are not in place as yet, but there are community (please do not use private bins) in the village.

Pontoon

Pontoons

Planning consent for this development was granted by Highland Council in January 2017.

31st January 2018 update: the order for our structures (3 x 10m pontoons and bridge) was placed with Gaelforce Engineering at the end of October 2017 and is scheduled for delivery to Dunvegan March/April this year. For those of you unfamiliar with the area, the pontoons will be located approximately 200m beyond the fishing pier in the direction of the hotel and adjacent to the 6 visitor moorings. All being well, it should be fully operational beginning of May.

We are of course grateful to everyone who has contributed to this project.

Iain Houston, Chairperson LDMA

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Iain Houston

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Iain
Chairman, loch Dunvegan Moorings Association

New Moorings

Hello!

We have just laid 6 new moorings.

These moorings are completely new from ground chain to pickups and were bought with financial assistance from The Crown Estate. This work was carried for us by Grieg Seafood and we are very grateful to both them and The Crown Estate for their help with this project.

Your precious boat should be safe on one of these!

In order to fund future developments and pay for existing ones we do ask that boats who use these moorings make a payment of £10.00. This can be done at the hotel if I am not around.

This site is very much in early development, please let us know if there is any information that you would find useful.

At present we are not taking bookings for the use of moorings.

There should be sufficient space to drop anchor in event of all the moorings being used.

Iain Houston