Aith has a marina with two visitor berths which are only suitable for smaller yachts; if these are too shallow or are taken, the public pier provides good shelter from all wind directions, however space at the pier is limited. Should you be unable to find a berth then a good anchorage is located near the head of the voe, close to the marina.

Public toilets can be found adjacent to the marina and further toilet and shower facilities can be found at the Leisure Centre, a short walk from the pier. Aith is also the most northerly lifeboat station in Britain with one of the modern RNLI lifeboats, a 17m long-range Severn class boat.

Aith Marina

Depth (low water)1.2m
Contact:Keith Nicholson, +44 (0)1595 810606,
Charges:£10 per day
Yacht facilities:Electricity, fresh water, lifeboat and coastguard station, waste and waste oil disposal, slip, repairs, chandlery, engineering service, boating club
Other facilities:Telephone, shop, post office, leisure centre, swimming pool, bus service, pub/bar

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