A historic crossing point on the East Coast of Scotland
The North Kessock Pier,
A pier with a future and a village well worth a visit
The North Kessock Pier is now being upgraded and looked after by the charitable trust. Boats, kayaks, anglers – in fact, anyone, can come along and use the pier. Use of the pier is free, though donations are welcome and there is lots of free parking next to the pier. The new Small Boat Jetty makes launching much easier. Beautiful North Kessock has a South facing aspect and catches the sun all day long. There are places to eat, shop and stay over. Lovely shoreline walks, East and West can be enjoyed and there is also the wooded Ord Hill to explore.
Sailing gear (a mast, sail and tiller of a small dinghy) has been left on the pier for some time now. Whoever owns the gear, can you come and remove it, please? If anyone knows who the gear belongs to, please let them know that it is on the pier.
Pier cleaning equipment missing!
The pier cleaning equipment, which consisted of a brush, shovel, and squeegee, has gone missing. Please respect our property, use the cleaning equipment appropriately, and replace it after use. Thanks.
North Kessock Community Pier Regatta 2023
We would like to thank everyone for helping, taking part, and enjoying the North Kessock Community Pier Regatta.
The regatta was run with the cooperation of Inverness Marina and Cromarty Boat Club. See you next year.