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Portgordon Harbour - the first Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Buckiepool Harbour - the second Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Yardie Harbour - the third Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Buckie Harbour - the fourth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Findochty Harbour - the fifth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Portknockie Harbour - the sixth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Cullen Harbour - the seventh Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Portsoy Harbour - the ninth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Whitehills Harbour - the tenth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Blackpots Harbour - the eleventh Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Banff Harbour - the twelfth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Macduff Harbour - the thirteenth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Cleaved Head - the fourteenth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Gardenstown Harbour - the fifteenth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Crovie Harbour - the sixteenth Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

Cullykhan Harbour - the last Harbour we meet on our journey along the coast.

 

The county of Banff (Banffshire) was in 1975 split between Aberdeenshire and Moray, with each new county receiving approximately half of Banffshire. 

The coastline of Banffshire prior to 1975 stretched from Portgordon in the west to Cullykhan Beach just west of Pennan in the east.  Along this 32 mile stretch of coast there are fourteen harbours, fifteen if you include Pennan we have also included two ancient landing points which we included in our "Harbour" clasification.

We will now travel along the Moray Firth Coast from west to east and visit every one of them. Hope you enjoy your journey.

Just select a harbour from the menu on the left for a more detailed look

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