Moray Firth(redirected from Firth of Inverness)
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an inlet of the North Sea cutting the northeastern coast of Great Britain. Width at the entrance, 100 km; depths, 25-60 m. Tides are semidiurnal and up to 5.5 m. The Moray Firth is linked with the Firth of Lome by the Caledonian Canal. The port of Inverness is on the firth.