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02/03/2006 11:36:19Thomas ()
Hi Bob thanks for providing the only website that could provide me with the information i needed on Scottish Ports. Well done mate
22/02/2006 16:39:33anna best (email@example.com)
I have come accross this wonderful website whilst searching for a list of UK harbours/ports that involve fishing. about the same size as whitstable in kent. I wonder if you have tips on how to find this list in existence , or maybe when i''ve put it together it can be of interest as a cross category..
20/02/2006 05:38:29Iain Walinck (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I am was born in Musselburgh in 1964, and have been living in Arizona (USA) since 1996.
I love old songs of the sea, and thought I wanted to write something about the Fisherrow fishwives, which brought me to your web site.
It was indeed a pleasure to view the photographs of the harbour, and read the brief history of it.
Thank you for bringing me close to home.
03/01/2006 19:40:07john laband (email@example.com)
thanks for the information, we are based on the Axe and are looking for sites to dry out against a wall and an alternative to Weston.
20/12/2005 16:36:32Capt. S. K. De (firstname.lastname@example.org)
lots of information. great site indeed.
10/11/2005 21:41:38Richard Martin (email@example.com)
Can spend a lot of time on this site with all its info & useful links.
Thanks a lot
16/08/2005 14:43:45Fiona-Jane Brown ()
Very impressive site - and very helpful for research. Keep up the good work - like Bob''s photos.
03/08/2005 11:31:01Pam Brophy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nice site..I am sure the fishing fraternity will find it useful. Some interesting information on harbour sizes too!
14/03/2005 11:19:24Colin Davidson (West Highland Anchorages & Moorings Association (colin @whamassoc.org.uk)
This has the potential to be an excellent site. What is missing at present is a sketch chartlet of the harbours. For the west coast of Scotland you might care to liaise with Martin Lawrence who produces the Imray pilot books.
17/02/2005 11:42:54Bob Smith (email@example.com)
Viewed the site today, very interesting and informative. I am sure it will be very beneficial to sailors from all over Europe, and also to the Maritime Enthusiast.
Congratulations and very well done.
01/02/2005 11:23:54Mike Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Good idea for a site. I used msn 5.2 to browse and the map and place names and dots all came up on separate bits!! A wee glitch. Appreciate incorporating Gemini.
21/12/2004 21:15:44Robert (email@example.com)
Nice website Bob, well built and very interesting, will get a good read over the holidays when all the fuss dies down!
16/12/2004 23:30:58Bob Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nor did I Rob! I thought I might find 400 - 500. I''m still finding new places, albeit semi-derelict jetties in Scotland, usually.
16/12/2004 22:05:56Rob Fuller ()
Very informative website. I was not aware there were this many ports around the UK.
14/12/2004 15:00:27Bob Jones (email@example.com)
Too right, Peter! This is just a hobby - I''ve still got to do the day job.
14/12/2004 13:54:27Peter Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Congratulations Bob. Pretty comprehensive for a work in progress but probably one that could take over your life completely :o)
14/12/2004 11:15:00Bob Jones (email@example.com)
After months of preparation, the site is up and running today, 14 December 2004.
If anyone spots any errors or omissions, please let me know. It is intended to be a dynamic site, and frequent changes will be made as further information - and photographs - become available.
Your comments on the site will be much appreciated.