About Kishorn Port & Dry Dock
Kishorn lends itself to all the energy markets such as offshore wind manufacturing, assembly and fabrication, maintenance and decommissioning.
It also has the added feature of an on-site quarry for the supply of concreting aggregates if concrete gravity base structures or concrete casings are required.
The site has 45 Hectares of land available for immediate construction and development with a further 10 Hectares available.
Kishorn Port & Dry Dock
We are connected principally by road and sea, there is also a rail siding nearby at Strathcarron, a short 13 miles away which has direct trains heading towards Inverness.
In 2008, a 50/50 joint venture between Ferguson Transport & Shipping and Leiths commenced the re-generation at Kishorn Yard and Dry Dock.
There are several small settlements located in the vicinity of the loch. The name ‘Kishorn’ is a collective name which refers to these populated settlements.
Accreditations & Memberships
In a realm where credibility and competence are paramount, KPL stands tall with a distinguished portfolio of accreditations and memberships, we also work closely with a number of public sector organisations including Scottish Natural Heritage, Crown Estate Scotland, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and Highland Council.
The general topography of Loch Kishorn, the Inner Sound, Sound of Raasay and adjoining lochs provide a significant degree of shelter from the prevailing south westerly and westerly winds.
Both the Inner Sound and the Sound of Raasay are exposed to the North with a long fetch through the North Minch.