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Landings down during quiet week at Buckie Harbour


By Alan Beresford

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A VERY quiet week on the landings front was on the cards last week at Buckie Harbour.

It was a quiet week at Buckie Harbour. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
It was a quiet week at Buckie Harbour. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

Just 85 boxes of fish/prawns/squid were landed by four boats.

They were the Lily Oak VI, Our May, Boy Sam and Illustrious

On the cargo front, the MV Pregol Hav (Antigua) imported 1620.72 tonnes of malt from Mistley on May 30. She exported 2157.560 tonnes of pebbles/cobblestones to Gunness on June 3.


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