On the East Coast of Aberdeenshire you’ll discover the harbour of Port Erroll which was constructed in 1875 and once home to about 70 boats and 200 fishermen.

Today this tiny port is home to around 30 active vessels that collectively pull in mackerel, crab and lobster which are then distributed throughout the European Union and select international destinations.

Port Erroll is in Cruden Bay, a historical fishing village about 26 miles north of the city of Aberdeen.

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