Main Network Map  Craignure
Isle of Mull

Terminal Owned By: Argyll & Bute Council

 Terminal Facilities:
2 vessel berths - one at the linkspan and one on the adjacent side of the pier / single hydraulically operated linkspan / main terminal building on one level, incorporating ticket sales, tour information, toilets, waiting area and information desk - can be found across the road / adjustable mobile passenger gangway - can be moved and raised to suit the tide and the vessel at the berth / passenger shelter stretching along the pier for the frequent inclement weather
Regular Vessels: Current Routes Served from Craignure:
Isle of Mull
Lord of the Isles
Oban - Craignure

Craignure ferry terminal and pier as seen from Lord of the Isles in the Sound of Mull

The vehicle area and linkspan

The purpose-built gangway on the pier

Isle of Mull using the linkspan

The linkspan and terminal office behind

Directions to Craignure: From whichever end of the island you are travelling from, the main road will lead you straight to Craignure. The ferry terminal cannot be missed as it is the main feature of the village. Be careful when driving on Mull - many of the roads are single track, although there have been recent improvements between Salen and Tobermory in the north.
Photos By: Ships of CalMac

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