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If you are planning a visit to the Boat Festival you may find some of the following links useful:
STBF Archive web site

 

bulletThe Press and Journal
http://www.thisisnorthscotland.co.uk/
bulletAberdeenshire Council
www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk
bulletAberdeenshire Library and Information Service
www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/alis 
bulletAberdeenshire Arts (What's On)
http://www.aberdeenshirearts.org.uk/whatson/whatson.html
bulletAberdeen and Grampian Tourist Board
http://www.agtb.org/
bulletAGTB and click on accommodation
http://www.agtb.org/agtbhome.htm
bulletScotland's National Tourism Board
http://www.visitscotland.com/
bulletSNTB links to accommodation
http://www.visitscotland.com/accommodation/

Banffshire Partnership
http://www.banffshirepartners.co.uk/

The sixvillages virtual museum
www.thebpl.co.uk/museum

Whitehills Harbour and Marina
http://www.whitehillsharbour.co.uk/

The joys of Aberchirder (Foggieloan)
http://www.foggieloan.co.uk/

Banff-Macduff.com
http://www.banff-macduff.com
and accommodation at
http://www.banff-macduff.com/accommodation.html

British Pipe Band Championships
Turriff 12 June 2004
www.turriffanddistrict.com

Turriff Show (140th) 1-2 August 2004
www.turriffshow.org

Peterhead Town Trail
www.peterhead.org.uk

Stonehaven Guide
http://www.portalnetwork.net/stonehavenguide/

The Doric Festival
www.thedoricfestival.com

Scottish Culture and Traditions Association
http://www.scat2000.co.uk

GREIG-DUNCAN FOLK SONG COLLECTION
http://www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/greigdun.htm
http://www.celtscot.ed.ac.uk/greig-duncan.htm

Northern Folk: Living Traditions of North East Scotland
The three papers are reasonably short and very interesting
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/elphinstone/research.hti#northernfolk

Sail Hebrides Maritime Festival, Stornoway Harbour 15-17 July 2004 http://www.sailhebrides.info/

The Hebridean Celtic Festival (Filte gu Feis Cheilteach Innse Gall) 14-17 July 2004
http://www.hebceltfest.com

The Living Traditions Magazine
http://www.folkmusic.net/htmfiles/navset3.htm

Association of Festival Organisers
http://www.afouk.org/

Highland and Islands Arts Ltd
www.hi-arts.co.uk

Moray Firth Partnership
www.morayfirth-partnership.org

Banff and Buchan Arts Forum
http://www.bbaf-arts.org.uk

Radio Tay
www.radiotay.co.uk

[General links]  [Location map] [Get your own map]

Location Map

Portsoy Harbour lies in the middle of the southern shore of the Moray Firth. It sits north of the A98, about 50 miles west of Aberdeen and about 60 miles east of Inverness.

[General links]  [Location map] [Get your own map]

Get your own map

http://www.streetmap.co.uk  offers a free and user-friendly online map service. The site, lets you to find your destination in seconds. You can search using a  street name, postcode, telephone code or even latitude/longitude references.

Portsoy

 AB45 2QN

Portsoy

 AB45 2QN

 

http://www.multimap.com   offers a whole host of free facilities as well as online maps. It includes a direction planner that lets  you find the quickest route between two places.
http://www.theaa.com/travelwatch/planner_main.jsp  is the AA's online route planner.  You can search using town or city names, postcodes or motorway or trunk roads. You then get a full breakdown of the best route.

Portsoy

 AB45 2QN

 

Portsoy

 AB45 2QN

 

http://www.ordsvy.gov.uk  is the official ordnance survey mapping agency website. One of the features it offers is 'Get-a-Map', a free service allowing printing or copying of maps for use on your personal or business web site. You can search for maps at various scales simply by entering your place name, post code or National Grid reference.