Scrabster Ferries in Scrabster, Caithness, United Kingdom | Ferry

Welcome to Scrabster Ferries, Scrabster, Scotland. When booking your Ferry ticket online with Scrabster Ferries, a booking reference will be sent to you by email. On arrival at the port of departure present the booking reference number together with a photo ID and you will be given your Ferry tickets.
Scrabster Harbour is an important port of the Scottish fishing industry. It is located in the North of Scotland at the Scrabster Bay (aka Scrabster Bay). The Northlink Ferry (MV Hamnavoe) leaves from Scrabster regularly for Stromness in Orkney. In summer months, Smyril Line operates a weekly service to the Faroe Islands.
Scrabster Bay is a bay of Atlantic water between the points of Clairdon Head and Holborn Head on the north coast of Caithness, Scotland.
The bay receives fresh water from the River Thurso and the Wolf Burn. The river mouth is at the most southerly reach of the bay and at least two kilometres from the more northerly and more open waters of the Atlantic. The Atlantic here has Orkney to the northeast and the Pentland Firth and Dunnet Bay to the east. The points of Clairdon Head and Holborn Head are separated by four or five kilometres of water, which is also the bay's widest extent.
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Scrabster Harbour, Scotland
United Kingdom
0870 420 1267
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