Fair Isle, world-famous for its knitting and bird life, has a well sheltered and easily accessible pier at North Haven. There is no all-weather anchorage but the North Haven and the South End are suitable for summer cruising (advice should be sought).
|Position||59 32' N 01 36' W|
|NP 52 Reference||section ref 2.23 to 2.31|
|Water Depth||3.58m cd|
|Tide High||MHWS = 2.2 MHWN = 1.7|
|Tide Low||MLWS = 0.6 MLWN = 1.0|
|Tide Difference||Approx time of high water from Lerwick = minus 0010|
- Water and stores are available in Fair Isle.
- An air and ferry service also operates between the island and Shetland's Mainland. The distance between road and ferry to major town services and fishmarkets is 50 miles.