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08/01/2015 22:41:49Curious ()
I''m curious to know how many of the ports etc shown in this website have effective, 24 hour security, to prevent the entry of illegal immigrants, terrorists, weapons, explosives, drugs etc, into Britain? The same applies to the coastline in between them. Comments welcome.
26/12/2014 22:09:08Ian Lowndes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Just a short message to say thank you for creating such a good site. It''s very informative and easy to navigate.
03/12/2014 14:10:03Colin E Bower (email@example.com)
Docking Solutions are manufacturers of bespoke heavy duty pontoons.
Please give us a call if we can be of assistance.
23/11/2014 20:11:07mutant dock rat (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Excellent site - thank you especially for the pre-industrial history of the South Wales coast.
17/11/2014 07:51:21Paul Jay (email@example.com)
I just wanted to say how much I enjoy the many happy hours I spend at Lydney Harbour. I live in a city centre area and to visit such a charming place means a great deal to me. The radar key facility is wonderful otherwise I would not be able to visit. I am looking forward to spending many more happy Thursday afternoons at Lydney watching the tides . Thank You
05/11/2014 11:21:20Clive Oxford (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I am writing to advise of some contact and information update changes, for your website (sent by email on 31.10.14).
Email contact details are now:
General Enquiries: email@example.com
Harbour Master; Clive M. Oxford AFNI: firstname.lastname@example.org
The landline telephone number remains the same, although a mobile telephone number for myself is also available: 07779 888599
The maximum L.O.A’s are currently 87.5 Metres at Pier 1 and 80 Metres at Pier 2, maximum Beam 14 Metres and maximum Draft 4.5 Metres.
The harbour is manned 24 hours, 7 days per week.
28/03/2014 13:28:56Liam Hargreaves (email@example.com)
I am just writing to inform you of an error on the port directory on your very interesting and informative website ports.org.uk. My query is that Birkenhead is registered as it''s own port , however it''s actually part of the port of Liverpool which also includes docklands in Bootle, Seaforth and Wallasey and hope you consider revising this information. I have attached an official map for the port as produced by Peel Ports demonstrating this information.
Other than that, this is a very fascinating and well informed directory and just hope this minor error is ironed out.
25/02/2014 17:32:23Rev Pensioner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What a great pity the Harbour wasn''t restored AFTER the threat of Invasion was no more ! How about a Petition ?
17/09/2013 23:48:44Albin & Wendy Miller USA (email@example.com)
Beautiful English village unspoiled by modern times.... visited in September 2013....lovely
12/08/2013 12:57:16Andrew Thomson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Useful info on disused ports.
06/08/2013 11:53:13The Mission to Seafarers Scotlend (email@example.com)
Just to let you know we are the maritime charity caring for seafarers around the world in over 250 ports including the 85 Scottish ports. Please find us online.
03/07/2013 21:06:00Martyn Cook (Martyn.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fantastic site and a very useful planning tool. I am planning to circumnavigate the UK in a small motor boat later this month. I will be filming all the ports I call into and taking pictures should you require any new pictures please let me know and I will forward them on.
26/04/2013 20:37:27Margaret Paterson (email@example.com)
This is so interesting ,just read about Burnmouth,Eyemouth and St.Abbs ,well done
11/04/2013 14:57:43Ronald B.F.Jensen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I lived with my Parents and brother at 11 Yardie Buckie until 1957 i was 10 years old. My dad was a fisherman from the port, (ex Danish)had a boat called the Hans Tuasen old Danish anchor seiner.i went to Buckie junior and low school. I have as i am 68 years of age have always and always will have the lasting passion of Buckie. I have lived in England the rest of my life.
14/03/2013 23:12:18Don Joscelyne (email@example.com)
15/12/2012 21:21:25Carlos J. Tibbetts (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)
Top notch website. Would that other countries had such a site documenting their ports and harbors.
05/12/2012 22:04:38jimmy mair (firstname.lastname@example.org)
now living in oxford but stillhave very fond and happy memories of my old home town. my father had butchers shop opposite the picture house in west church street,jim mair the butcher.
kind regards to all who know me.
07/11/2012 17:16:29joan (email@example.com)
looking for old friends from Portavogie Co Down
11/10/2012 17:04:22Kenny Allen ()
Bob - looking at the map of the ports that you have visited, I must offer my congratulations on the extensive work you have put into it - Kenny
11/10/2012 16:50:26Bob Jones ()
Some of the comments on this Guestbook relate to a specific port or harbour. If so, please mention the location, otherwise I don''t know which place you''re talking about!
26/09/2012 14:46:17regkelly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I would like to contact a a senior serving member of the Regt. It was my last posting in 1979 . I am now retired and have close contacts with Army Associations and would like to hold a reunion at McMullen Bks. Can you please advise ? or at least make contact? Thank you. Yours Reg Kelly.
20/08/2012 18:49:05Drew McFarlane-Slack (email@example.com)
since the decision to end Aluminium smelting at Kinlochleven, well over £20m has been spent in providing a new economy for the village and in the 12 years since closure I think,rather than devastated, the community is now more resilient and more in charge of its destiny than at any stage in its history.
16/06/2012 20:25:45Ian Mackinnon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Visited on the 22 Nd May with my wife with
very good dry weather. Great place to visit and view the Paps of Jura.
My I suggest a information board to advise
visitors the history.
09/06/2012 16:01:07David Benyon (email@example.com)
A very interesting site. Finding a place to moor a boat in the south of England tends to be difficult and expensive as invariably the squirearchy will have claimed everything.