A limited number of 7 metre and 10 metre fingers are available for suitable vessels seeking berthing facilities in our secure marina on a first come first served basis.

Wick Marina is an ideal spot for both local leisure enthusiasts, and those from further afield who are perhaps seeking over winter berthing or summer berthing.

Why not venture north and make Wick your chosen berthing spot for the season 2022 ?

  • Secure serviced marina
  • Ideally situated for day sailings to Orkney, the North Coast & Moray Firth
  • Spectacular scenery & wildlife
  • Sparkling waters & secret bays to explore and anchor
  • Follow the Viking Trail to Orkney, Shetland & Scandinavia
  • Good transport links with daily rail & bus services south.  Airport hopefully to re-open to scheduled flights during 2022

For more information please contact Harbour Office 01955 602030 .


BUY 5, STAY 7 – Get 2 nights FREE at Wick Marina

Buy 5, Stay 7 – Get 2 nights FREE at Wick Marina

Staycation 2022 . A warm welcome awaits visitors to Wick Marina so why not take the opportunity to stay a little longer with us and experience all that Caithness and the north coast has to offer – from stunning scenery, wildlife, great food and places to explore !!

Check out our local tourist information website

Stay with us for 5 nights and you can extend your visit to 7 getting 2 nights FREE !!

(Offer end date is 31 October 2022 & not 1 July 2022 as stated due to Sail Scotland system limitation)


contact Harbour Office 01955 602030 or to BOOK

Thank you


Mr & Mrs Malcolm Bremner wish to express their sincere thanks for all the cards, gifts, flowers and generous donations received on the occasion of Malcolm`s retirement from Wick Harbour. Thanks also to the Board , Stakeholders and Staff for all their support over the years, and Mackays Hotel for the excellent meal.

We wish the Harbour every success for the future – it has been such a big part of our lives and we hope the feel good factor of the moment lasts for many years to come.

Notice to Mariners – Shetland HVDC Link Noss Head


The work to install three Horizontal Directional Drilled (HDD) exit points by NKT, on behalf of Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission Plc, at Noss Head, has been completed. The moorings and anchors used to assist with diving operations for the HDD installation activities have been fully recovered, therefore the HDD exit point area is no longer identified by marker buoys.

The attached Notice is issued to make mariners aware of the presence of three ducts protruding from the seabed. It is recommended that mariners remain vigilant and make note of the approximate HDD exit locations until June 2022, when further installation works are scheduled.

The attached NtM provides further information about the HDD exit points, including chart of the locations and the coordinates, details of the HDD exit points (including a diagram and photograph), navigational safety features and project contact details.

1AA0440897_Notice to Mariners _Shetland HVDC Link 017 (HDD Locations)




New Team at Wick Harbour

Ian Cormack above

Following the recent retiral of Harbour Master Malcolm Bremner, Ian Cormack has been promoted from Deputy Harbour Master and takes over  marine responsibilities for Wick Harbour. His role will include upholding the regulatory demands of a statutory harbour authority and overseeing marine operations, staff and ongoing business development at the harbour. Chairman John Mackay said

“We are delighted to promote Ian into this role – he is a well known face around the harbour and community,  and also through his work with Wick RNLI. Wick Harbour Authority has already benefited greatly from his input since he joined as Deputy Harbour Master 3 years ago.”

“In addition, we welcome Peter Sutherland as our newly appointed Deputy Harbour Master.”

Peter pictured alongside his daughter

Peter, from Forse Lybster, is presently employed by Condor Ferries on their cross channel routes ,  and he will be joining the team in January 2022 following completion of his notice period with his employers .

Peter said “I am looking forward to returning to a maritime shore based role closer to home and the challenges and opportunities offered in the role of Deputy Harbour Master at Wick.“

John Mackay said

“We received a large number of candidates for the Deputy Harbour Master position, with applicants displaying a diverse range of skills and levels of experience.  After a very robust and rigorous selection  process, 6 strong candidates were shortlisted, with Peter being the successful applicant.”

“The board are therefore looking forward to Peter joining the team alongside Ian and the rest of the staff.  We move forward with confidence  at a time of increased interest in offshore renewables, whilst continuing to support our  existing harbour users. “