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Shore St


Latitude N 55.960012, Longitude W -4.81478

YachtsYachts do not anchor here but may pass through the harbour area on occasions.
Cruise ShipsNot used for cruise ships.
Cruise Ship TendersNo tenders.
Commercial VesselsUsed as a port of refuge for Rothesay/ Arran vessels.
Fishing VesselsSmall fishing vessels may tie and land catch from time to time.
About the local harbourGourock Pier is located on the Firth of Clyde. The pier is operated all year round with services operating to both Dunoon and Kilcreggan, you may also find small fishing vessels berth here. Gourock Pier is also used as a port of refuge for sailing's diverted from Bute and Arran. Gourock is a sheltered harbour mostly affected by easterly winds. The linkspan berth can accomodate vessels up to approx 50m in length. There are steps with three landing levels that can accomodate small commercial vessels/ferrys. Top wires is 80m in length which accomodates an overnight berth for the two Argyll Ferries vessels.
Pilotage guidancePilotage within the vicinity is operated by the Competent Harbour Authority; Peel Ports Group.
Ferry MovementsTo Dunoon, there are 58 ferry movements per day from Monday - Thursday, 62 on Fridays and Saturday, and 30 on a Sunday.  To Kilcreggan there are 13 sailings per day Monday - Saturday.
AnchorageThere are no anchor positions available at Gourock.
MooringsThere are no moorings operated within the harbour. 
PontoonsThere are no pontoons within our harbour area..
ContactStewart Wohlgemuth, Port Manager - 07525 289081
FacilitiesWaste, water, shore power for CV's, Toilets facilities during operating hours.

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