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Macduff is a town situated in the north east of Scotland on the Moray Firth. A harbour was first built in Macduff in 1760, though at the time the village was called Doune. It became Macduff in 1783, taking the family name of the landowner, Lord Fife, which was Duff.

Macduff is also the name of a character in Shakespeare's MacBeth.