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The areas of land and sea below mean high water springs in Dalgety Bay (including New Harbour) in Fife which are bounded from point national grid reference NT162828 (Donibristle Bay), extending in an easterly direction in a straight line to point national grid reference NT176831 (Braefoot Point), then extending in a north-easterly direction following the line of the mean high water springs to the farthest point of the mean high water springs on the foreshore of Dalgety Bay, and returning in an anticlockwise (and generally westerly) direction along the line of the mean high water springs around Dalgety Bay, and returning to point national grid reference NT162828 (Donibristle Bay).
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