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Found at the mouth of the River Forth and within the Firth of Forth, Rosyth is one of the most popular ports for Scottish cruisers, especially anyone travelling from Edinburgh and the surrounding area. As capacity continues to grow, more cruise lines are choosing to base their ships here or add Rosyth to their itineraries. To date, around 30 vessels offer cruises from Rosyth each year – either as a turnaround point or as part of a British Isles cruise that helps travellers discover the wonders closer to home.
As well as cruise traffic, the Port of Rosyth also deals with high volumes of cargo, working closely with the agricultural, renewable and construction industries.
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