No tidal, beam or airdraught restrictions. Largest ship berthed to date, "Queen Mary 2"
Invergordon is the Gateway to the Scottish Highlands, and has many tourist attractions located close by, within reach of a half or whole day shore excursion.
Attractions include Urquhart Castle at Loch Ness, Cawdor Castle, Dunrobin Castle, Eilean Donan Castle and the Castle of Mey.
Activities include golf, hill walking, cycling, dolphin spotting and bird watching.
Many tours take in places such as whisky distilleries, Inverewe Gardens, Dornoch Cathedral, Fort George, Culloden Battlefield, Strathspey Steam Railway, Highland Wildlife Park, and Cairngorm National Nature Reserve, as well as shopping in the City of Inverness.
- The most famous attraction in the Scottish Highlands where passengers have a chance to look for the legendary monster.
- Glenmorangie Distillery is located 14 miles North of Invergordon. It was founded in 1066 and is one of the best-known whiskies in the world.
- Famously mentioned in Shakespeares' Macbeth, and still owned by the Cawdor family, the castle is located just East of Inverness, and has wonderful gardens.
- Located to the North of Invergordon, with its famous sandy beaches, this is a championship course, and nearby is the famous 870 year old Cathedral.
- Dunrobin Castle resembles a French château. Dating back to the early 1300s, it’s one of Britain’s oldest continuously inhabited houses, home to the dukes of Sutherland.
- The Firth is home to one of the UK's two resident bottlenose dolphin populations. Over 195 individuals use the area for breeding and feeding and they are often seen escorting cruise ships into port.
- Port of Cromarty Firth
- Port of Cromarty Firth, Invergordon
- Invergordon Tourism Alliance
- Port of Cromarty Firth (INVERGORDON)