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  Lochranza
Isle of Arran

Terminal Owned By: Caledonian MacBrayne

 Terminal Facilities:
Small vehicle marshalling area adjacent to ferry berth / bus stop next to the slipway / slipway and recently restored pier providing a safe berth / information notices giving timetable and price details / small car park nearby
Regular Vessels: Current Routes Served from Lochranza:
Loch Tarbert Lochranza - Claonaig


Loch Tarbert berthing inside Lochranza pier for the night



Car marshalling area at Lochranza


The minimal facilities at the slipway


Lochranza pier as rebuilt recently


Loch Tarbert seen loading from the slipway

Directions to Lochranza: From Brodick and the east coast, take the A841 north through Glen Sannox and down into Lochranza village. The ferry slipway is off to the right. From the west coast, take the A841 (which is the ring-road around the island) northwards, following the shores of the Kilbrannan Sound until you reach Lochranza.
Photos By: Ships of CalMac


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