The Shetland Islands are the most northerly part of the United Kingdom, with much of the landmass north of 60 degrees latitude. As a result of this, it never gets completely dark in summer (and vice versa, of course!) The islands are a magical place; you can go out for a day's walking and not meet another soul. The weather is renowned for its unpredictability: it is often said, "If you don't like the weather in Shetland, just wait ten minutes, and it will have changed completely!" Despite its remoteness, Shetland is well connected to the Internet and has a surprising number of online sites.
Taxis; offers company profile, details of services, fleet, and contacts.
All about the island including details of attractions, activities, accommodation, transport and advice about relocating.
Regularly updated weather information covering Shetland and the Orkneys. Includes a webcam of the current situation in Fair Isle.
A virtual tour of Shetland, with several thousand photographs of the Shetland Isles. Also offers computer support services.
Informs and give an insight into the work of HM Coastguard in the Northern Isles.
Departmental information and scenes from the most northerly local authority in the UK.
Offers diary of events, details of committee, newsletters, and contacts.
Freight haulage; offers company profile, details of services, and contacts.
Information about the culture, economy, environment and people of the Shetland Islands. Practical advice about living, working and doing business in Shetland.
On-line community; share information, share resources and communicate ideas
Rural life in Shetland with fishing and local characters diarised in photos.
Thanks to DMOZ, which built a great web directory for nearly two decades and freely shared it with the web. About us