Voe nestles at the head of the deep, sheltered, sea loch of Olna Firth. The approach is narrow and care should be taken to avoid mussel farming areas.

Voe, more than any other village in Shetland, has a distinctly Norwegian appearance. Its traditional centre lies along the waterfront, where there is a newly rebuilt pier and marina. Nearby, you’ll find Johnson & Wood's Voe Bakery (01806 588245) and the Pierhead, a wood-paneled pub/restaurant that fully captures the essence of the place, with a real fire and occasional live music. It offers the very best ales, wines and spirits; food is prepared from the freshest, local produce (01806 588332).

Joinery and welding workshops are available and a shop, Tagon Stores (01806 588286) and play park are situated on the main road, up the hill and then north from the pier.

Depth (Low water):3.75m
Contact:Keith Robertson, 01806 588708
Charges:£10 per day
Yacht Facilities:Toilets, showers, fuel, electricity, fresh water, slip, repairs
Other facilities:Telephone, shop, food and drink, bus service.

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