A bright future awaits down by the waterfront at Broughty Ferry

With an impressive waterfront location and outstanding views in a popular and affluent area, Broughty Ferry’s The Ship Inn and Waterfront Restaurant offers a bright business future for its next owner.

Now on the market through agents Graham + Sibbald, the Ship Inn is described as an ‘iconic’ traditional public house and restaurant, located on the recently improved promenade overlooking the River Tay and Broughty Castle Museum.

“Proud of its traditional origins, The Ship Inn has kept its charm, with many traditional elements to the look and feel of the public areas,” said G + S. “The property also benefits from an outdoor space for alfresco activities overlooking the river.”

The Ship Inn is a well-established business, offering 36 covers in the restaurant and 80 covers in the bar.  Outwith Covid affected years, the business has shown an increasing turnover year on year since the current owners acquired the premises.

Current licensee and director of Tayfield Investments Ltd, Steve Cumming, said: “My business partner Alan Storrier and I  have looked after and cared for the Ship for 21 years now and as much as we love the place, the time has come to pass the mantle onto a new owner.

“We have been successful custodians of this Iconic establishment and we expect the business to flourish under a new owner.”

Director at G + S, Peter Seymour, added: “We are delighted to be entrusted with the sale of this wonderful establishment with such a strong reputation. We see a bright future for businesses like this with a good mix of sales and well established position in the local market.”

Graham + Sibbald are inviting offers in the region of £1,575,000 for the hertitable interest.