Cullen Harbour

Built comparatively recently, to a design by Thomas Telford in 1817, Cullen Harbour is best suited to boats with a smaller draft.

Tidally influenced, Cullen’s port presents wonderful photographic opportunities, with low tide completely emptying the basin.

Boats berthed at the marina alternate from sitting directly in the sandy bottom, to swaying in the swell at high tide.

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