Brodick Bay

Located on the eastern coastline of the Isle of Arran (North Ayrshire) Brodick Bay represents a sheltered anchorage which faces into the Firth of Clyde, opposite Irvine. Deriving from the Norse for 'broad bay', the bay gives its name to the settlement of Brodick, located on its southeastern shore. Located round the bay are the Arran Heritage Museum, Arran Brewery, and Brodick Castle and Country Park. The anchorage is now managed by Clydeport.

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