Port of Methil


Situated on the northern shores of the River Forth, Methil is Forth Ports’ most eastern port. The port is a timber, aggregate and general bulk commodity distribution centre. The port has the facilities to accommodate the repair, maintenance and supply of offshore drilling rigs and tankers. These take advantage of the deep, sheltered water of Largo Bay and the specialist services in Methil and its locality.

With its strategic location and range of services, Methil has the capabilities to serve the emerging renewable energy sector.

The port:

  • Accommodates vessels up to 3,000 DWT 
  • Offers 50 acres of development land 
  • Timber storage available 
  • Can handle grains and cereals bulk commodities.


2017 will be a busy cruise season for Scotland and London

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