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Peterhead Harbours are formed by the South, Port Henry and North Harbours, which are bounded by Keith Inch, Greenhill, Port Henry Pier, Seagate, West Pier and also the recently completed Albert Quay under construction. The four harbours are surrounded by all the usual shore-side activities associated with the fishing industry, including the Fish Market, fuel supplies, ice and water plants, net makers and repairers, box washers and suppliers, ship suppliers, ship maintenance tradesmen, slipway and drydock.

Peterhead Bay Marina: Peterhead Bay Marina is a purpose built leisure facility catering for local and visiting boatowners. The marina gives Peterhead one of the finest equipped leisure harbours in the East of Scotland, offering a comprehensive range of services and facilities for the leisure sailor.

Boddam lighthouse: was the work of Robert Stephenson 1803-1859 (son of George Stephenson and grandfather of Robert Louis Stephenson). The lighthouse was established in 1827 and was automated in 1988. It is 115ft high, flashing white every 5 seconds, visible for 28 nautical miles. The nearby fog-horn (3 blasts of 3 seconds every 90 seconds)was discontinued in 2000.

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