Electricity can be arranged at the marina and approach poses no problems at any state of the tide.
Yell Sound is good cruising water, though tides are strong. On either shore, depending on wind direction, secluded bays can provide shelter at Southladie Voe, Burra Voe, Collafirth, Queyfirth, Ollaberry and Gluss Voe. Yell Sound's north eastern shores are bleak and rocky. However, Whalfirth which has a small pier at its head, is a very sheltered anchorage in any weather.
Sullom Voe has anchorages at its head, on the north side of Brae, and in Garths Voe. It's a long sheltered sea loch noted for its wildlife, particularly otters, seals and sea ducks. Despite the huge oil terminal at its eastern end, handling some of the largest tankers in the world, Sullom Voe remains one of Shetland's most tranquil and unspoilt inlets.
Lunna Ness has two anchorages, the landlocked Boatsroom Voe and West Lunna Voe, not quite so sheltered. Both have fish farm piers, where visitors may lie by arrangement with the proprietors.