Category:Shetland Inshore Waters

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Selected Inshore Waters

Around the coast of Shetland are many bays and inlets. These are referred to variously as Bays, Firths, Voes, Sounds, and Wicks. Often these inlets give the name to a settlement on the shore, such as Burravoe which is on the shore of Burra Voe.
To assist map location of these waters there is a grid reference given on each page, which is the approximate centre point.
Also below the small location map on each page is a link to an Ordnance Survey map of the area.

Note on names:
For some of the inshore waters different names and/or spellings depending on publisher and /or scale of a map may be in use. The list below shows the common names as they are used in Shetland. Alternatives may be given with the individual descriptions where suitable.

Following the links in the table below may help to narrow your search area.
Bressay Fetlar Out Skerries West Mainland, North
Burra Foula Papa Stour West Mainland, South
Central Mainland North Central Mainland South Mainland Whalsay
Fair Isle Northmavine Unst Yell

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