I had a look but didn't read the whole way through it after finding it full of advertising. As a PDF to read on screen it is useless in any event, and needs printing - and I for one am not prepared to print anything that is more than 50% advertising.
If it is the old Sail Scotland guide then I am not surprised it is inaccurate. What a useless organisation that is . . . the Welcome Ashore section on the website still says
Please note that we are currently updating the web site entries for this section
- as it has for six years now! As wastes of bandwidth go the SailScotland.co.uk site must rank pretty high.
The gentleman who ran Sail Scotland at that time (and may still do for all I know) got in touch with me when I first started the Scottish Moorings page six years ago to try to get me to desist as I was treading on his patch. He told me I would be leaving myself open to legal action if someone was on a mooring that broke etc. I told him I didn't care, and have not heard of him since. I got the impression he was doing all right personally out of the organisation, which I believe has in the past received substantial public funding.
I am sure that similarly the main thrust behind the production of this guide has been to line someone's pockets - and a remarkably clever scheme it is too when you consider that the production and distribution of a PDF file costs almost nothing.
Of course, if I had thought of it first and managed to get all those big name advertisers to sign up then it would have been a brilliant idea and you would just have been a bunch of nitpicking whingers . . .