01° 02'W, 60° 29'N
fresh water, electricity, fuel on arrangement, waste reception, launching slip, (shop, leisure centre, swimming pool, bar - available at pier, ¾ mile from marina)
Burravoe, at the southern tip of Yell, is a land-locked anchorage with glorious walks, particularly around Heoganess, which shelters the harbour, operational since the 1500s. The area provides three options; the pier, the marina or to anchor in the excellent holding ground at the head of the voe. Access poses no problems for most visiting craft, however, anything over 3 metres should take care in the entrance of the voe.
The area holds an annual sailing regatta. The Old Ha' museum and heritage centre has fascinating exhibitions, for example the Bobby Tulloch photographic archives, as well as serving a great cup of tea with home bakes. The centre of the village is St Coleman’s Episcopal Church, a pretty building which adds a lot to the general feel of the area.
|£12 per visit||£5 per visit|
|Dan Thompson, 01957 722 201||Robert Odie, 01957 722 315|
Ulsta is the terminus for the Yell Ferry, it has a good pontoon with 2 berths and a shop and fuel close by.
At the time of writing a marina is planned at Toft.
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.