Scalloway is an important fishing harbour situated on the West side of the Shetland Isles, lying in a bight of Mainland East of the Point of the Pund (60°08.0'N, 1°18.3'W). The harbour is normally open in all weathers but movements are at the discretion of the Harbour Master and may be delayed if conditions are unsuitable.
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