Sail North Scotland visitor comment
" Wick harbour is terrific. The Inner harbour is a really pleasant surprise. Generously equipped with pontoons and large gaps between the fingers for yachts of any size to moor; and all of it looking brand new; which it pretty well is. I can’t help but notice that the harbour wall is lined with immaculate well kept fishing vessels; two from the Isle of Man, who have found Wick women irresistible; so I’m led to believe!. I’ve also noticed that there isn’t any rubbish floating around; a pristine harbour – a rarity. Even the seagulls wear dinner jackets! To all yachtsmen reading this blog; put Wick in your ‘Must Visit’ list; it’s a gem."
Taken from the http://www.sailingchallenge.blogspot.com/ blog.
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