Main Network Map  Kilchoan

Terminal Owned By: Caledonian MacBrayne

 Terminal Facilities:
Pier stretching out into the bay / minimal passenger facilities - small waiting area sheltered from the weather / three vehicle lanes / slipway located in the shelter of the pier / public toilets located 50 yards away from the terminal area
Regular Vessels: Current Routes Served from Kilchoan:
Loch Linnhe (Summer) / Raasay (Winter) Tobermory -Kilchoan

Raasay at Kilchoan on the last crossing of the day

Vehicle waiting area at Kilchoan

Loch Linnhe using the slipway

Information facilities on the pier

The passenger 'facilities'

Directions to Kilchoan: From the Corran ferry, turn left at the top of the slipway and continue on for approximately 12 miles to Strontian. After Strontian the road becomes single track for the majority of the rest of the journey. Continue on the road as far as Salen and take the left turn, following signs for Kilchoan. Stay on this road for nearly thirty miles and eventually you will reach Kilchoan. The Tobermory ferry is signposted of to the left. Be very careful on the road from Strontian as it is VERY twisty with lots of hidden dips and blind summits. We do not recommend taking this route to Kilchoan and Ardnamurchan - a far safer option is catch the ferry from Tobermory on Mull.
Photos By: Ships of CalMac

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