Lossiemouth Marina
moray, the firth and orkney ... Lossiemouth Marina 01343 813066
Moray   has   much   to   offer   yacht   crews   due   to   its   situation   between   the   Cairngorm   mountains   in   the   south,   and   the   beautiful   sandy   coastline   of   the   Moray   Firth   in the   north.         Moray   benefits   from   an   abundance   of   long   stretches   of   unspoiled   golden   beaches,   (in   particular   Lossiemouth   beach)   dotted   by   picturesque   fishing villages along the coast.   There is a large population of interesting wildlife, including bottlenose dolphins which are often viewed by local sailors. Moray   is   a   top   destination   for   sea   fishing,   as   well   as   salmon   and   trout   fishing   on   the      famous   rivers   Spey   and   Findhorn.   There   are   eight   5   star   visitor   attractions   in the   area   as   well   as   16   golf   courses,   including   a   famous   championship   links   course   at   Lossiemouth.         There   are   activities   such   as   horse   riding,   mountain   biking,   walking, field   sports,   hiking,   hill   walking,   climbing,   camping   and   caravanning,   diving,   water   skiing,   surfing   and   winter   skiing.         Moray   is   the   county   of   Macbeth   and   is   steeped   in history,   with   a   wealth   of   castles,   historical   buildings   and   sites   to   explore.         Moray   is   whisky   country   and   has   the   only   Malt   Whisky   Trail   in   the   world;   over   half   of   all the   world’s   Malt   Whisky   is   produced   in   Moray’s   Speyside.   Moray   is   also   central   to   areas   such   as   Inverness   and   Loch   Ness   in   the   west   and   Royal   Deeside   in   the   east, and   so   is   an   ideal   location   for   day   trips   to   many   other   areas   in   the   North   East   of   Scotland   or   in   the   Highlands.   Other   marinas   in   the   Moray   Firth   are   listed   here   - all   of   which   can   be   reached   within   a   day’s   sail   from   Lossiemouth.      Of   course   the   Caledonian   Canal   provides   the   Moray   Firth   Yachtsman   with   a   fascinating   experience and a delightful short cut to West Coast sailing and of course - vice-versa!
Local  Marinas Local Points of Interest Lossiemouth Marina            57.43.43N 003.16.54W