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Harbours Board Annual Report Financial Year  2022 to 2023 

The Annual Report by the Harbours Board has now been published and can be downloaded here: Harbours Board Annual Report Financial Year  2022 to 2023 

This report highlights our activities and sets out the framework and context in which we operate. I hope you will find it useful, informative, and comprehensive. Running a harbour demands skilled, competent, and knowledgeable staff, as well as teamwork, aptitude, and a significant degree of selflessness. For the vast majority, if not all our staff, it is a certain way of life as much as it is a job, to be a maritime professional. It is thanks to our maritime team then, that our Ports and Harbours are in good financial health, as well as being efficient, productive, and safe places for work and recreational activity.

Councillor Loic Rich,

Harbours Board Chairman

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