Getting Here - Ferry Services

Appin Ferry

Lismore is an island situated in Loch Linnhe on the west coast of Scotland.

It is serviced by two ferries:

  • a car ferry from Oban, and
  • a passenger ferry from Port Appin.

Oban-Achnacroish Car Ferry

Oban Lismore FerryClick here for service updates »

This ferry operates between Oban and Achnacroish which is in the South end of the island.

This ferry service is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne. There is a limited number of car spaces on the ferry, it is therefore advisable to reserve your space in advance.

The journey time is approximately 1 hour.
(bicycles are carried free on this ferry).
Advice on transporting petrol is here »
Advice on bringing a campervan is here »

Port Appin-Point Passenger Ferry

Appin to Lismore FerryThis ferry operates between Port Appin and Point which is at the north end of the island.

This service is operated by Argyll & Bute Council.

The journey time is approximately 10 minutes.

Many visitors use this ferry for a day visit, either by foot or bicycle (bicycles are carried free on this ferry).

 

Timetables, fares and contact numbers for both ferries are available from Caledonian MacBrayne's Web Site »