Dysart Harbour Fife

Located on the East Coast of Fife, Dysart was recorded as a port as early as 1450 with an export trade in salt and coal, mainly to Holland. There was no harbour as such at the time, with the ships being grounded in the bay at Pan Ha' and loaded when the tide was out. Now mainy used for pleasure boats.


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