Visiting Boats Welcome
In the true Scottish tradition, visiting boats are made welcome by the club.There are two Visitor moorings at the harbour end of the club moorings, these moorings are service annually by the club and are free to visiting boats.
Alternatively, boats can use the pontoon in the harbour, for which there is an overnight charge. The harbour is under the control of Cromarty Harbour Trust and as such we have no influence or control in berthing.
in strong westerly winds, a sheltered anchorage can be taken up on the east side of the town. study of your chart is recommended for this area as there are sand banks as well as some relatively deep water areas
The Tower overlooking the harbour, is our small clubhouse for meetings and our starter box for racing.In the middle part of the tower(ground level) there is a shower/toilet/washing machine and dryer area which is made available for visiting yachts. Contact the harbour master for key code.
The town itself boasts two bars in the Royal Hotel at the harbour and the Cromarty Arms in Church Street.
Food is available at both of these bar/lounges and there are other places to eat: Sutor Creek in Bank Street, a café in Church Street (opening soon), the Emporium in the High Street and the Slaughterhouse Café by the ferry slip for coffee and small snacks.
There is a very good General Store/grocery/papershop in Bank Street with the famous Cromarty Bakery across the road from it , there is also a very good cheese shop and a Post Office. There are a selection of other shops with bric a brac, books gifts souvenirs and antiques.
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