Visiting Vessels

The Port has the capacity to handle the world’s largest drilling and accommodation units, production vessels, cargo and cruise ships,
renewable energy structures and decommissioning projects.

Conditions of Business

Conditions of Business Overview

SPOA General Conditions

Tide Tables

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Marine Traffic


Local Information

Invergordon County Hospital, Saltburn Road – 01349 852496 for enquiries

Invergordon Dental Practice, 108a High Street – 01349 854148

Boots the Chemist, 99 High Street, Invergordon – 01349 852242

In an emergency, call fire, ambulance, police or coastguard on 999. For all non-emergencies dial 101.

Invergordon Tourism Alliance – 07825 538808, or email:

National Rail Enquiries, 24-hour service – 0845 748 4950 or visit


Stagecoach, Inverness – 01463 239292  |  Inverness Bus Station – 01463 233371

For nationwide bus times call Traveline Scotland – 0871 200 22 33 or visit


ScotlandTaxiTours – contact Les on 07900 807750, email

Zag’s Taxis – 01349 853817, email

Mark’s Taxis – 01349 883355


Ken’s Garage, Invergordon car hire self-drive (will deliver to and collect from your ship) – 01862 842266, 01463 717606/717616, email: or visit


Invergordon Golf Club – 01349 852715,

CYCLE HIRE or call 01463 419160 or 07902 242301

Denholm Shipping Services – 01324 482201, email,

GAC Services (UK) Ltd – 01349 801617 (24-hr),

Global Port Services – 01349 855117, email,

Port of Cromarty Firth, Port Office, Shore Road, Invergordon – 01349 852308, Post Office, 83 High Street, Invergordon – 01349 852453

Invergordon Leisure Sports Centre – 01349 853689,

Invergordon Naval and Heritage Museum – 01349 852707 or 0773 092 7079,

Church of Scotland, Castle Road (Presbyterian) – Sunday morning service 11am, Sunday evening service 6.30pm

St Ninian’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Saltburn Road – Sunday 10.30am

St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, High Street – Sunday 11.30am

Church of the Latter Day Saints, 64 High Street, Invergordon – Sunday 10am–1pm

The Invergordon Seafarers Centre is affiliated with an international Seafarers welfare charity, The Sailor’s Society, and is completely run by volunteers. The charity provides Internet access, Wi-Fi and phone cards to allow the crewmembers to speak to their families at home after many months at sea. They also provide practical home comforts and support, including tea and coffee, home baking, local information, and items such as warm clothing.

During 2015, 5,222 seafarers visited the centre in Invergordon and the volunteers carried out 387 ship visits around the Cromarty Firth. In this time, the organisation used their minibus to transport 798 seafarers from their ships to the Invergordon Seafarers Centre, to football matches in Dingwall, to sports centres to play basketball, for shopping in Inverness, and for visits to Loch Ness.

Drew Anderson, Sailor’s Society Auxiliary Port Chaplain, Invergordon Seafarers Centre, explains “Our volunteers work very hard to offer support to the many crewmembers we see from around the world. Often they find themselves at sea for many months, so they miss their families very much. We do anything we can do to make their stay in Invergordon as happy as possible.”

The volunteers from the Invergordon Seafarers Centre genuinely care about the crews that come into the Port. Their services are an essential part of the welcome Invergordon gives to ships coming into the Cromarty Firth.

Invergordon Seafarers’ Centre – 0771 204 3918 or 0786 796 7877, email