Published: 12/07/2017 17:07 - Updated: 12/07/2017 17:12

More space puts wind in the sails at Scrabster

 

Lesley Foden and Laura Try were the first to use the newly installed pontoons after a stopover in Scrabster during their 1800-mile charity row.
Lesley Foden and Laura Try were the first to use the newly installed pontoons after a stopover in Scrabster during their 1800-mile charity row.

 

MORE pontoons have been installed at Scrabster to accommodate the rising number of pleasure craft sailing into the area.

Scrabster Harbour Trust has spent £130,000 in creating four additional berths on the ice quay.

The new 40-metre long pontoons add to the existing 33 pontoons in the inner basin of the harbour.

The first customers to use Scrabster’s new pontoons were Lesley Foden and Laura Try, who are on a charity row around Britain, raising money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

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