Invergordon cruise ship berth expansion approved
02 September 2018
Scottish Ministers have granted Port of Cromarty Firth marine licences (the equivalent of planning permission) for dredging and construction work to increase the size of the criuse ship berth at Invergordon to enable it to accommodate the largest cruise ships afloat today.
As TBI Director Julian Paren comments "Six thousand passenger cruise ships, here we come."
In April this year TBI and BITT (Black Isle Tourism Team) both responded unfavourably to a consultation questionnaire put out by the Port Authority. Here are their summary responses
Read about the development plans on the port's website
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